Adaptive Reading Assistance for Dyslexic Students: Closing the Loop
A. Schmidt, and M. Schneider. 15th Workshop on Adaptivity and User Modeling in Interactive Systems, LWA 2007, Halle, (2007)
Adaptive reading assistance can improve the reading performance of students, but current dyslexia pedagogical theories do not yet provide sound results on a micro-level. We want to provide a reading assistance solution that both helps the learner and the dyslexia researcher. In order
to archive this, we encode adaptation knowledge in a descriptive way by making use of state-ofthe-art ontology-based techniques. This enables a closed-loop approach of continuous improvement. In this paper, we want to present the overall approach as well as initial results of our work
within the EU project AGENT-DYSL.