APPEAL: A multimedia environment for adaptive learning

R.R.G. Hoe, van, J.F.M. Masthoff, Lisette Appelo, H. Harkema, J.R. Pijper, de, J.H.G. Rous

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    Abstract

    In the APPEAL (A Pleasant Personal Environment for Adaptive Learning) project, an architecture, methods and tools are being developed for the design of highly interactive and adaptive computer-based training systems. The first results of this research have been implemented in the APPEAL prototype system for learning Dutch as a second language. The system is also used as a research platform for running user experiments. The usability of multimedia in interactive learning systems is evaluated. A technical specification of APPEAL in the context of distance education, called Tele-APPEAL, is also presented.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)95-100
    Number of pages6
    JournalIPO Annual Progress Report
    Volume29
    Publication statusPublished - 1994

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    Hoe, van, R. R. G., Masthoff, J. F. M., Appelo, L., Harkema, H., Pijper, de, J. R., & Rous, J. H. G. (1994). APPEAL: A multimedia environment for adaptive learning. IPO Annual Progress Report, 29, 95-100.