The LIBE Project Distance Learning Platform – Evaluating an Adaptive e-Learning Solution

Francesco Agrusti
Roma Tre University, Italy


Technological innovations have made it feasible for humankind to customize how to shop, to accomplish banking tasks and how to interact one with each other, nevertheless the traditional classroom model, or most part of it, continues to be based on a “one size fits all” paradigm.This could guarantee a high level of efficiency, but it does not consider individual students ’strengths and weaknesses as it should (Reiser, 1987).In the field of education, existing technological solutions provide a good implementation of the traditional classroom model, at distance or not, but they also lead to a monolithic interpretation of the learning process. To guarantee a high level of learning experience for students it is necessary to allow users to take choices in order to regulate the learning processes. At the same time, these choices are anticipated by the system considering the evolution of the processes themselves, and so on (Park & Lee, 2003).

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