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Adaptive course presentation

  1. 1. Adaptive e-LearningAn example of an individualized e-Learning course created witheasygenerator
  2. 2. Adaptive e-Learning with easygenerator• With easygenerator it is possible to create courses that will guide the learner to those parts of a course that he doesn’t know yet.• The key elements in this are: – Learning objectives – A pre-assessment – Study advice – Guided table of contentsThis presentation will show you how this works for a learner
  3. 3. Courses build around objectives In the dynamic table ofcontents there is a button ‘Objectives’.
  4. 4. Courses build around objectivesIt will bring up the adaptive dashboard. That shows:
  5. 5. Courses build around objectivesThe learning objectives
  6. 6. Courses build around objectivesThe progress per learning objectives
  7. 7. Courses build around objectivesThe overall progress of thecourse, based on objectives
  8. 8. Start with a pre-assessmentBased on a series of questions ….
  9. 9. Start with a pre-assessmentIt is determined what you already know ….
  10. 10. Study adviceBased on the outcome a studyadvice is created, guiding the learner to the parts of the course he doesn’t know yet
  11. 11. Progress per objective And the objective dashboard now shows the progress per objective
  12. 12. Progress per objective And the overall progress
  13. 13. Progress per objective And if you click on a specific objective
  14. 14. Progress per objective It will show all related questions and information pages
  15. 15. Progress per objective In this case all marked as done, because the objective was reached.
  16. 16. Progress per objective If you click on an objective that you haven’t scored a 100% on..
  17. 17. Progress per objective New icons will appear in the table of contents
  18. 18. Progress per objective The light bulb indicates that there are subjects in a folder you need to pay attention to
  19. 19. Progress per objective A question mark represents a question that you didn’t answer or didn’t answer correct
  20. 20. Progress per objective An checkmark for a correct answered question or a information page you don’t have to read
  21. 21. Progress per objective An information sign represent a content page with information that you don’t know yet
  22. 22. Progress per objective So, read the information pages, answer the questions and you are done for this objective. Saving you valuable time. And the result is based on the learning objectives instead of meaningless page progress.

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