The Presentation of Adaptive Content Based on Felder Silverman Learning Style

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Hina Saeed Awan
Moiz Uddin Ahmed

Abstract

The E-Learning approach is the improvement and advancement of adaptive content based learning material which deals with numerous difficulties and challenges. These complexities are incorporate how the students will have the capacity to learn through learning style (LS), dependent on the navigational adaptive learning material. Conventional model of adaptive content development and delivery are exists to create learning material but generally for the printed media. Hardly rare adaptive and e-content advancement models exist until now they are only applicable to their particular domain. This paper will cover and deal with the navigational designing approach of adaptive e-learning material with respect to its personalization based on student learning styles. By using the Felder and Silverman learning style model (FSLSM) we can find the learning styles of users on run time. This configuration is proposed to satisfy the dynamic needs of student. Research study therefore focus on design of adaptive content presentation suitable for local users based on learner profiles, their learning styles and preferences which include audio, video, multimedia, text based tutorials and hand on activities. The intention of this research study is to find out the influence of learning style on student’s results and level of learning in adaptive e-learning (AE) settings using tests of different groups of ICT course.

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COMPUTER SCIENCE
Author Biography

Moiz Uddin Ahmed, Allama Iqbal Open University, H-8, islamabad.

Moiz Uddin Ahmed Head of Department Department of Computer Science Allama Iqbal Open University Islamabad, Pakistan