Learning for E-learning


Carsten Lecon and Marc Hermann, Aalen University, Germany


In response to the heterogeneity of previous knowledge of the students when beginning their studies, we present a solution, where undergraduate students as well as advanced students (hopefully) will benefit from ‘AdLeR’ (Additive Learning Resources): A tool for the rapid generation of small e-learning courses. The undergraduates can catch up lack of knowledge by our mini courses (self-regulated). The advanced students are involved in the development of our tool or in the creation process of learning material, which is suited for self-regulated learning. When implementing the tool, the students have to deal with various aspects of computer science domains for example, which consolidates their knowledge and their competences.


E-Learning, self-regulated learning, learning by teaching, XML, learning path, search functionality.

Full Text  Volume 10, Number 11