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Building Adaptive Game-Based Learning Resources: The Integration of IMS Learning Design and <e-Adventure>
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Simulation & Gaming Volume 39, Number 3, ISSN 1046-8781

Abstract

IMS Learning Design (IMS-LD) is a specification to create units of learning (UoLs), which express a certain pedagogical model or strategy (e.g., adaptive learning with games). However, the authoring process of a UoL remains difficult because of the lack of high-level authoring tools for IMS-LD, even more so when the focus is on specific topics, such as educational eGames. However, external tools that are not specifically IMS-LD oriented can be used. In this case, the main challenge is the integration between these external resources developed with other technologies and the personalized learning experience of an IMS-LD UoL. In this article, the authors use the <e-Adventure> project to develop conversational games that are integrated with IMS-LD UoLs to improve personalized learning. The main contribution of this setting is the integration of both parts, the IMS-LD specification and <e-Adventure>, and the communication that enables a mutual influence of the adaptive learning experience.

Citation

Burgos, D., Moreno-Ger, P., Sierra, J.L., Fernandez-Manjon, B., Specht, M. & Koper, R. (2008). Building Adaptive Game-Based Learning Resources: The Integration of IMS Learning Design and . Simulation & Gaming, 39(3), 414-431. Retrieved October 18, 2019 from .

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