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Dynamic interactive learning systems
Information Technology papers
  • Khaled Sabry
  • Jeffrey Barker, Bond University
Date of this Version
5-1-2009
Document Type
Journal Article
Publication Details
Submitted Version.

Sabry, K. & Barker, J. (2009). Dynamic interactive learning systems. Innovations in education and teaching international, 46(2), 185-197.

This is a preprint of an article whose final and definitive form has been published in the Innovations in education and teaching international, © Copyright Taylor & Francis, 2009 ;
Innovations in education and teaching international is available online.
Abstract
This paper reviews and discusses the notions of interactivity and dynamicity of learning systems in relation to information technologies and design principles that can contribute to interactive and dynamic learning. It explores the concept of dynamic interactive learning systems based on the emerging generation of information as part of a continuous research process in the area of Learning Systems Design. It proposes the addition of a dynamicity dimension to interactive learning systems design to reflect the continuous changes in information technologies, learners' needs and increasing availability of information. The paper concludes with a proposed model that reflects the concept of a dynamic feedback and adjustment mechanism that is generally missing from many learning systems.
Citation Information
Khaled Sabry and Jeffrey Barker. "Dynamic interactive learning systems" (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jeffrey_barker/8/