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Learning Indicators

Length of a learning path (efficiency)

A learning path is defined by the number of learning events (e.g. a set of questions) needed to reach a learning goal. The path length is an indicator for the efficiency of learning, i.e. short is more efficient than long.

Importance of the indicator for the students’ learning methodology:
The indicator can be used to evaluate an E-learning system.

References:
Lubchak, V. and Kupenko, O. and Kuzikov, B., Approach to dynamic assembling of individualized learning paths, Informatics in Education 11.2 (2012): 213-225.


Author of the review:
Ivo Nowak
HAW Hamburg


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