Personalized Reading: Developing User-Describing Profile for Slow Learner Children

Marzita Mansor, Wan Adilah Wan Adnan, Natrah Abdullah


Personalization is a good supplement for learning process. It has been claimed that personalization has a huge potential of providing solution to facilitate the learning path based on children ability and preferences. Diverse research on personalized learning for children have been conducted which, are commonly concerns on the development and implementation of personalized learning products and services. However these researches have little emphasized in exploring slow learner personalized learning process particularly on their reading ability. With that, this paper aims to highlight two key important processes of personalization for slow learner children which are construction of user profile and scenario. The scope of this study is on personalization of reading for slow learner children. There were 13 slow learner children with reading difficulties from primary school participated in this study. The key findings from this study are the construction of user profile and scenario that represent the personalization for reading. These user profile and scenario construction then provide guidelines for the development of personalized interface design for slow learner reading application.




Keywords- Personalized Reading, User Profile, Scenario, Slow Learner

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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