Judy Kay - Personalisation research projects |
is one of the areas in which there has already been much deployed work.
We are working on scrutably adaptive hypertext systems.
These focus aspects like:
- supporting authors in building such documents;
- supporting users in seeing what has been adapted to them;
- exploring the learning impact of such scrutability.
Marek Czarkowski's thesis work, exploring who we might make
adaptive hypertext scrutable;
cellerator-portal based scrutable adaptive hypertext, combining the ideas
and experiences of Tutor into a portal-based implementation that
extends the user modelling with PersonisLite user models;
Simprac, Doug Chesher's simulation
learning environment for management of chronic
illness with the user model, in considerable detail, is used to support
has been the work of several students,
to support reflection by asking the learner to explicitly
assess their own and system-supplied solutions to programming problems.
|More about adaptive hypertext |
wonderful collection of resources on Adaptive Hypertext.
Learner Modelling for Reflection
US Patent 761566
Customization of network documents by accessing customization
information on a server computer using unique user identifiers,
Isaac; Steven A. (Bellevue, WA); Grossman; Mark B. (Kirkland, WA);
Critchfield; Ron E. (Redmond, WA); Tuchen; Michael H. (Seattle, WA);
Gwertzman; James S. (Seattle, WA); McDaniel; Paul A. (Bellevue, WA)
Microsoft Corporation (Redmond, WA)
User-selected customization information for a network (e.g., HTML)
document is stored at a server with reference to user identifying
information that uniquely identifies the user. Whenever the user
navigates back to the network address of the HTML document, the user is
identified automatically and receives a customized HTML document formed
in accordance with the customization information.
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|My recent conferences|
- Fourteenth International ACM Conference on
Hypertext and Hypermedia, August 26-30, 2003. |
WWW2003 - The Twelfth International World
Wide Web Conference, 20-24 May 2003, Budapest, Hungary.
AH2003 - Workshop on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-Based Systems,
June 2003, Johnstown, USA.
- Australian Document Computing Symposium Seventh Australasian
Document Computing Symposium, December 16, 2002, Sydney, Australia.
- Workshop on Concepts and Ontologies in Web-based Educational
Systems Held in conjunction with ICCE 2002 International Conference on
Computers in Education 3-6 December 2002 Auckland, New Zealand
|Selected papers |
Czarkowski, M and J Kay, (2003) Challenges of Scrutable Adaptivity,
Proceedings of AIED Conference, 11th International Conference on
Artificifial Intelligence in Education, IOS Press 404 - 407.
Czarkowski, M and J Kay, (2003) How to give the user a sense of control
over the personalization of adaptive hypertext? Workshop on Adaptive
Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-Based Systems, User Modeling 2003 Session
An Individualised Course for the C Programming Language
J Kay and R J Kummerfeld,
|Selected edited proceedings available
Kay, J, (1999) Editor,
User Modeling: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference,
Kay, J and J Thom (eds),
Australian Document Computing Symposium
Seventh Australasian Document Computing Symposium,
16 December, 2002, Sydney, Australia.
Kay, J and A-M Vercoustre (eds),
Australian Document Computing Symposium,
Sixth Australasian Document Computing Symposium,
Friday, 7 December, 2001, Coffs Harbour, Australia.
WWW filtering Workshop
Kay, J and R J Kummerfeld (eds),
World Wide Web Filtering Workshop,
User Modeling 96, January, 1996, Hawaii, USA.