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A Conceptual Framework for Personalised Learning

Influence Factors, Design, and Support Potentials

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About this book

Introduction

Philipp Melzer analyses influence factors of personalised learning aiming to lay out design principles for personalised blended learning courses. Finding only weak support for a matching between learning styles and teaching methods, he defines learning tasks as the object of further investigations. Following the idea of a community of inquiry, the author develops the Personalised Learning Framework (PLF), modelling personalised learning as a process of selection as well as usage of learning tasks and learning tools by the community of inquiry. To evaluate the PLF further, a traditional university course is transformed to a personalised flipped classroom course. He shows how personalised learning can be supported in concrete learning interventions using specific learning methods and technologies.

Contents

  • The Effects of Personalised Negotiation Training on Learning and Performance in Electronic Negotiations
  • A Conceptual Framework for Task and Tool Personalisation in IS Education
  • Personalising the IS Classroom
  • Towards a Holistic Evaluation Concept for Personalised Learning in Flipped Classrooms

Target Groups

  • Researchers and students in the fields of information systems, economic, social, and educational sciences, higher education didactics
  • Practitioners in consultancies, training, coaching, e-learning

The Author

Philipp Melzer is a research assistant at the Department Information Systems 1 - Organisational Communication at the University of Hohenheim.

Keywords

E-Learning Digital Learning Blended Learning Self-Regulated Learning Personalised Learning Flipped Classroom Higher Education Information Systems Education Negotiation Teaching Design Science Research Learning Style Electronic Negotiation Cognitive Fit Task-Technology Fit Flipped Classroom Evaluation

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Department Information Systems 1University of HohenheimStuttgartGermany

About the authors

Philipp Melzer is a research assistant at the Department Information Systems 1 - Organisational Communication at the University of Hohenheim.

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