An online continuous adaptation mechanism (OCAM) of learning contents was developed in order to regulate the presentation of learning contents based on changes in the learner’s aptitude level. This was claimed to stimulate a better cognitive and emotional response among learners, thus stimulating their engagement. A total of 41 students (36 male and 5 female; age 20–25 years) participated in this study.
The results revealed that learners’ levels of concentration and cognitive load were positively influenced by the OCAM, which significantly increased their engagement.
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