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Pattern-Based Annotations on E-Books: From Personal to Shared Didactic Content

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Pattern-Based Annotations on E-Books: From Personal to Shared Didactic Content
Our research aims at defining models and software tools in order to provide learners with a training memory. This memory is a computer-based space where a learner can organize and manage the annotations he adds to his training documents. Following a literature review and after our first experiments, we set up the specifications of the basic concepts: didactic annotations and e-books. This review enlightened the fact that the crucial issue is to solve the paradox that people use personal annotation visual forms whereas they have the same annotating objectives within their community. Our proposition is to provide learners with annotation patterns combining personal annotation visual forms and sharable annotation content. This annotation pattern model is based on ontologies structuring annotations content, particularly the didactic objectives. We are currently implementing these models on e-books on which usability and learning efficiency could more easily be obtained because of their pr...
Cyrille Desmoulins, Dominique Mille
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Year 2002
Where WMTE
Authors Cyrille Desmoulins, Dominique Mille
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