S. Aammou1, Y. Jdidou2, K. El Bakkari3

1Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Ecole Normale Supérieure (MOROCCO)
2Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Faculty of Sciences (MOROCCO)
3University of Cadiz (SPAIN)
Today, the production of educational content aims, on the one hand, to improve the economic efficiency of investments and on the other hand to improve the pedagogical effectiveness of the learning objects produced. Engineering in this area has therefore become a necessity given the stakes involved.

The majority of research on adaptive education systems has focused on modeling learners based on their level of knowledge and preferences. While adaptive education systems usually consist of three main components: the Content model, the learner model, and the adaptation model. In the remainder of this article, we propose a formal framework for the production of adaptive educational content. The product of this method is a set of learning objects indexed by ontology.

First, we describe the conceptual model of content that we manipulate in our learning object engineering process. Next, we describe the process by describing the phases that compose it. We continue by studying the standardized structuring aspect of learning objects. Finally, we conclude with the validation and implementation of the pedagogical content produced.