Multi-Adaptive Learning Objects Repository Structure Towards Unified E-learning

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This paper presents a new structure for Adaptive Learning Object Repository (ALOR) towards unified Web-based educational systems. The need for adaptability in the current e-learning systems has been outlined in many different researches, due to the negative effect of �one-size-fits-all� approach in the development of educational courseware. Different systems have been introduced as prototypes towards providing adaptability in a smaller scope of two or three courses, and no definite solution or a framework has been provided for �Adaptive Unified E-learning Repositories�. The objectives of the �ALOR� approach is to provide adaptability in unified e-learning environments, where more than one university and multiple faculties can participate in adding and updating learning objects such as documents, audio/video files, etc. The ALOR structure will give the student the privilege of accessing a dedicated learning space where he can view and interact with the course materials that have been adapted to suit his preferred learning style using video, audio and kinesthetic materials.

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  • ALOR
  • Adaptation models
  • Adaptive Educational Hypermedia
  • Databases
  • Internet
  • Learning Object
  • Unified e-learning system
  • Visualization
  • adaptive learning objects repository structure
  • course materials
  • courseware
  • dedicated learning space
  • educational computing
  • educational courseware
  • educational hypermedia
  • hypermedia
  • information resources
  • unified E-learning
  • unified Web-based educational systems

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