A 12-month Jointly Executed Integrating Research Project (JEIRP) within the kaleidoscope Network of Excellence.
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- To apply new technologies to the challenge of trail-support in e-Learning.
- To investigate how different types of learning objects can be represented within an e-Learning system supporting trails.
- To study an ontology for trails of learning objects with an e-Learning system, which is compatible with Semantic Web technologies.
- To investigate personalisation and collaboration within an e-Learning system supporting trails.
- To integrate presently scattered activity in Europe which is relevant to this challenge.
- London Knowledge Lab
- SCO-Kohnstamm Institute, University of Amsterdam
- School of Computer Science, Queen's University Belfas
- Cognitive Science Section, University of Graz
- Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University, UK
- e-Learning Unit of STREAM Technology Center, SchlumbergerSema Madrid
- TeaM Lab, Informatics Methodology Group, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest
- Equipe ARCADE, Laboratoire CLIPS - IMAG, Grenoble
Heller, J., Keenoy, K., Levene, M., Hassan, M. M., Hockemeyer, C., & Albert, D. (2004). Cognitive and Pedagogical Aspects of Trails: A Case Study. Birkbeck, University of London (electronical publication, 37 pages). [URL]
Heller, J., Levene, M., Keenoy, K., Hockemeyer, C., & Albert, D. (2004). An e-Learning Perspective of Cognitive and Pedagogical Aspects of Trails. Birkbeck, University of London (electronical publication, 24 pages). [URL]
Heller, J., Levene, M., Keenoy, K., Hockemeyer, C., & Albert, D. (2007). Cognitive aspects of trails: A Stochastic Model Linking Navigation Behaviour to the Learner's Cognitive State. In J. Schoonenboom, J. Heller, K. Keenoy, M. Levene & M. Turcsanyi-Szabo (Eds.), Trails in Education: Technologies that Support Navigational Learning (pp. 119-146). Rotterdam: Sense Publisher. [DOC]