Teaching Innova Project: the Incorporation of Adaptable Outcomes in Order to Grade Training Adaptability. June 2013.

Cita: Fidalgo, Á., Sein-Echaluce, M. L., Lerís, D., & Castañeda, O. (2013). Teaching Innova Project: The incorporation of adaptable outcomes in order to grade training adaptability. J. UCS19(11), 1500-1521.

Title

Teaching Innova Project: the Incorporation of Adaptable Outcomes in Order to Grade Training Adaptability.

Abstract

The education project presented in this paper endeavors to study the feasibility of
incorporating adaptive systems into LMS systems, by using them both in training & learning
process and at work.

This case study is aimed at employability and job post improvement. For
this purpose, we have created a process that is flexible both to the student pattern (and to the
job pattern.

The developed process is adaptable both to the student (via the incorporation of an
adaptable system with an LMS system) and to the job model (via an adaptable system to the
knowledge management).

The evaluation was qualitative and measured the process (feasibility
to apply adaptive systems) and the efficiency of the method (applicability and employability).

The functionality of the specific developed tools allowed us to grade the degree of adaptability
in the training process, to dynamically vary the training plan from the student’s actions and to
identify the resources that best met the job needs.

Authors

Ángel Fidalgo-Blanco (angel.fidalgo@upm.es) Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, España

María Luisa Sein-Echaluce (mlsein@unizar.es) Universidad de Zaragoza, España

Dolores Lerís (dleris@unizar.es) Universidad de Zaragoza, España

Oscar Castañeda (ocastaneda@uniguajira.edu.co) Universidad de la Guajira, Colombia

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