The anatomy of an adaptive multimedia presentation system (AMPS)

Authors: Rowe, N. and Davies, P.

Journal: MMEDIA - International Conferences on Advances in Multimedia

Pages: 30-37

ISBN: 9781612081298

ISSN: 2308-4448

Abstract:

The use of multimedia presentations within learning environments is described and guidelines for the design of good E-Learning systems are identified. It is argued that a linear sequential presentation of knowledge segments is effective, but that the user is provided with optional links to relevant segments during the presentation. The synchronisation of multiple media is considered and the design of a prototype E-Learning system is discussed. The segmentation of material is then discussed and how the information can be stored in a data repository consider with respect to the requirement of accessing linked segments. Finally, the nature of adaptivity is discussed leading to a discussion of the salient parts of an adaptive multimedia presentation system.

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The Anatomy of an Adaptive Multimedia Presentation System (AMPS)

Authors: Rowe, N. and Davies, P.

Journal: PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES ON ADVANCES IN MULTIMEDIA (MMEDIA 2011)

Pages: 30-37

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/17418/

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The Anatomy of an adaptive multimedia presentation system

Authors: Rowe, N. and Davies, P.

Conference: 3rd International Conferences on Advances in Multimedia: MMEDIA 2011

Dates: 17-21 April 2011

Abstract:

The use of multimedia presentations within learning environments is described and guidelines for the design of good E-Learning systems are identified. It is argued that a linear sequential presentation of knowledge segments is effective, but that the user is provided with optional links to relevant segments during the presentation. The synchronisation of multiple media is considered and the design of a prototype E-Learning system is discussed. The segmentation of material is then discussed and how the information can be stored in a data repository consider with respect to the requirement of accessing linked segments. Finally, the nature of adaptivity is discussed leading to a discussion of the salient parts of an adaptive multimedia presentation system.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/17418/

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