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  • 1. Student: Ioana Ghergulescu Mentor: Sabine Moebs Supervisor: Dr. Jennifer McManis
  • 2. Enabling Social Connectedness in eLearning Social Connectedness eLearning Adaptive eLearning System ?????
  • 3. Enabling Social Connectedness in eLearning Social Connectedness eLearning Adaptive System eLearning ?????
  • 4. Enabling Social Connectedness in eLearning Social Connectedness eLearning Adaptive System eLearning ?????
  • 5. Enabling Social Connectedness in eLearning Social Connectedness eLearning Adaptive System eLearning ????? Our model& component
  • 6. Problem Statement X : Supported *) : Planned to be supported [2]
  • 7. Background Research
    • Social Connectedness
    • Adaptive System
    • eLearning
  • 8. Framework Connect! Module User Model Adaptive Engine Connect! Profile Group Profile Communication Adaptation Rules Communication Tools Interfaces Assessment Communication Preferences& Digital Literacy Connect Module Adaptive Learning System
  • 9. Web 2.0-> Tools that we use
  • 10.
    • See how it works
  • 11. References [1] Sabine Moebs, Jeniffer McMannis, Adaptive social connectedness in a multimedia e-learning environment [2] David Hauger, Mirjam Kock. “State of the Art in E-Learning Platforms” [2] Margaret Morris, Jay Lundell, Eric Dishman,” Catalyzing Social Interaction with Ubiquitous Computing: A needs assessment of elders coping with cognitive decline”, CHI ’04 extended abstracts on human factors in computing system , 2004, pages 1151 – 1154.  [3] Sonia Livingstone, Ellen Helsper, Gradations in digital inclusion: children, young people and the digitaldivide, Information Communication & Society, Volume 3, pages 671-696 [4] Linda Phipps, A conduit for social inclusion, New Communications Technologies, Information Communication & Society, Volume 3, Issue 1 March 2000 , pages 39 – 68 [5] Whitman Lawrence E, Malzahn,don E, Chapparro, Barbara S, Russell Mark , A Comparison of Group Processes, Performance, and Satisfaction in Face-to-Face Versus Computer-Mediated Engineering Student Design Teams [6] Cristina Hava Muntean, Jennifer McManis: The Value of QoE-Based Adaptation Approach in Educational Hypermedia: Empirical Evaluation. AH2006: 121-130 [7] Anna Uhl Chamot, J. Michael O’ Malley “The cognitive Academic Language Learning Approach”. A modul for Linguistically Diverse Classrooms, [8] Ruth Rettie, Connectedness, Awareness and social Presence, 6 th International Presence Workshop, Aalborg [9] Kazuhiro Kuwabara, Takumi Watanabe, Takeshi Ohguro, Yoshihiho Itoh,”Connectedness Oriented Communication Fostering aSense of Connectedness to Augment Social Relationships”, Applications and the Internet, 2002(SAINT 2002), Proceedings, 2002 Symposium on , pages 186-193