A hypervideo model for learning objects. Busson, A. J. G.; Damasceno, A. L. d. B.; Azevedo, R. G. d. A.; Neto, C. d. S. S.; Lima, T. d. S.; and Colcher, S. In Proceedings of the 28th ACM conference on hypertext and social media, of HT '17, pages 245–253. ACM.
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Learning Objects (LOs) are entities that can be used, reused, or referred during the teaching process. They are commonly embedded into documents that establish spatial and temporal relationships on their contents. Hypervideos LOs allow students to individualize their learning experience with non-linear browsing mechanisms and content adaptation. This paper presents a survey of features for a set of documents representing such LOs as well as desirable aspects that should be expressed during the authoring phase. Also, this paper presents a conceptual model that fits such requirements. The model is implemented by SceneSync, a domain specific language focused on the synchronization and temporal behavior of LOs. As a result of the work, we present a set of LOs specified in SceneSync and a discussion about the identified features, which confirm the expressiveness and applicability of the model.
@inproceedings{busson_hypervideo_2017,
	location = {New York, {NY}, {USA}},
	title = {A hypervideo model for learning objects},
	isbn = {978-1-4503-4708-2},
	url = {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/3078714.3078739},
	doi = {10.1145/3078714.3078739},
	series = {{HT} '17},
	abstract = {Learning Objects ({LOs}) are entities that can be used, reused, or referred during the teaching process. They are commonly embedded into documents that establish spatial and temporal relationships on their contents. Hypervideos {LOs} allow students to individualize their learning experience with non-linear browsing mechanisms and content adaptation. This paper presents a survey of features for a set of documents representing such {LOs} as well as desirable aspects that should be expressed during the authoring phase. Also, this paper presents a conceptual model that fits such requirements. The model is implemented by {SceneSync}, a domain specific language focused on the synchronization and temporal behavior of {LOs}. As a result of the work, we present a set of {LOs} specified in {SceneSync} and a discussion about the identified features, which confirm the expressiveness and applicability of the model.},
	pages = {245--253},
	booktitle = {Proceedings of the 28th {ACM} conference on hypertext and social media},
	publisher = {{ACM}},
	author = {Busson, Antonio José G. and Damasceno, André Luiz de B. and Azevedo, Roberto G. de A. and Neto, Carlos de Salles Soares and Lima, Thacyla de Sousa and Colcher, Sérgio},
	date = {2017}
}
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