Wiki-based rapid prototyping for teaching-material design in e-Learning grids
Computers & Education Volume 51, Number 3, ISSN 0360-1315 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Grid computing environments with abundant resources can support innovative e-Learning applications, and are promising platforms for e-Learning. To support individualized and adaptive learning, teachers are encouraged to develop various teaching materials according to different requirements. However, traditional methodologies for designing teaching materials are time-consuming. To speed up the development process of teaching materials, our idea is to use a rapid prototyping approach which is based on automatic draft generation and Wiki-based revision. This paper presents the approach named WARP (Wiki-based Authoring by Rapid Prototyping), which is composed of five phases: (1) requirement verification, (2) query expansion, (3) teaching-material retrieval, (4) draft generation and (5) Wiki-based revision. A prototype system was implemented in grid environments. The evaluation was conducted using a two-group t-test design. Experimental results indicate that teaching materials can be rapidly generated with the proposed approach.
Shih, W.C., Tseng, S.S. & Yang, C.T. (2008). Wiki-based rapid prototyping for teaching-material design in e-Learning grids. Computers & Education, 51(3), 1037-1057. Elsevier Ltd.
- Computer Assisted Instruction
- Computer Software
- Computer Software Evaluation
- Computer System Design
- e-Learning grid
- educational technology
- Individualized Instruction
- information technology
- Material Development
- rapid prototyping
- Teacher Developed Materials
- Teaching material design
- Wiki-based authoring
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