• Dorin Herlo "Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, Faculty of Science of Education, Psychology and Social Work


education, educational outcomes, educational technology, adaptive learning.


In the field of education, and special, in the field of educational technology the term “adaptive learning†is now consecrated like one of its many aliases: adaptive instruction, adaptive hypermedia, computer-based learning, intelligent tutoring systems, computer-based pedagogical agents…At the most basic level, adaptive learning is the notion that computers and their software can improve educational outcomes. So, can we say that has the potential to revolutionize education?

Author Biography

Dorin Herlo, "Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, Faculty of Science of Education, Psychology and Social Work



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