
06122597
a
2013a.00938
Sosnovsky, Sergey
Dietrich, Michael
Andr\`es, Eric
Goguadze, George
Winterstein, Stefan
MathBridge: adaptive platform for multilingual mathematics courses.
Ravenscroft, Andrew (ed.) et al., 21st century learning for 21st century skills. 7th European conference of technology enhanced learning, ECTEL 2012, Saarbr\"ucken, Germany, September 1821, 2012. Proceedings. Berlin: Springer (ISBN 9783642332623/pbk). Lecture Notes in Computer Science 7563, 495500 (2012).
2012
Berlin: Springer
EN
U50
U70
elearning
mathematics education
adaptation
course generation
adaptive navigation support
elearning platform
multilingual and multicultural aspects
doi:10.1007/9783642332630_49
Summary: MathBridge is an elearning platform for online courses in mathematics. It has a number of unique features: it provides access to the largest in the World collection of multilingual, semantically annotated mathematical learning objects; it models students' knowledge and applies several adaptation techniques to support more effective learning, including personalized course generation, intelligent problem solving support and adaptive link annotation; it facilities a direct access to learning objects by means of semantic and multilingual search. All this student interface functionality is complemented by the teacher interface that allows managing students, groups and courses, as well as tracing students' progress with the reporting tool. Overall, MathBridge offers a complete solution for organizing technologyenhanced learning of mathematics on individual, course and/or university level.