Mahieddine Djoudi

Work place: Laboratoire SIC & Equipe IRMA, University of Poitiers, France



Research Interests: Information Systems, Data Mining, World Wide Web, Information Theory, Algorithmic Information Theory


Mahieddine Djoudi received a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Nancy, France, in 1991. He is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Poitiers, France. He is a member of SIC (Signal, Images and Communications) Research laboratory. He is also a member of IRMA E-learning research group. His PhD thesis research was in Arabic Continuous Speech Recognition. His current research interests is in E-Learning, Web mining and Information Literacy. His teaching interests include Laboratory Information Management System, Data Bases, Quality Management, Web Technology and Computerized System Validation. He started and is involved in many research projects which include many researchers from different Algerian Universities.

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Implementing WAI Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines in Developing Adaptive Elearning

By Said Talhi Fairouz Khadraoui Mahieddine Djoudi

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Sep. 2012

Adaptive learning technology allows for the development of more personalized online learning experiences with materials that adapt to student performance and skill level. The term “adaptive” is also used to describe Assistive Technologies that allow the usability of online based courses for learners with disabilities and special needs. Authoring tools can enable, encourage, and assist authors in the creation of elearning content. Because most of the content of the Web based adaptive learning is created using authoring tools, they may be accessible to authors regardless of disability and they may support and encourage the authors in creating accessible elearning content. This paper presents an authoring tool designed for developing accessible adaptive elearning. The authoring tool, dedicated to Algerian universities, is designed to satisfy the W3C/WAI Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG), and to allow collaboration functionalities among teachers where building elearning courses. After presenting the W3C/WAI accessibility guidelines, the collaborative authoring tool is outlined.

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