The workshop is finished. See statistics here. It focussed on the issues of design and evaluation of adaptive and adaptable (Educational) Hypermedia applications and authoring tools.
The goals of the workshop are: to attract the interest of the related research communities to the important issues of design and authoring in adaptive hypermedia; to discuss the current state of the art in this field; and to identify new challenges in the field.
Up to now, the focus of adaptive hypermedia research has been on delivery rather than authoring. Only recently have we noticed a shift in focus.

Therefore, important issues to discuss are:
* (Why) should we look at the authoring process in adaptive educational hypermedia design?
* (How) does detecting authoring patterns help the process?
* (Why) do we need to consider cognitive styles in adaptive hypermedia?
* What do these seemingly unrelated topics have in common?

The workshop will also lead to a better understanding and cross-dissemination of patterns extracted from existing design and authoring processes in AH. The results of the workshop should feed back in the European Community project ADAPT, carried out with the support of the European Community in the framework of the Socrates programme: http://wwwis.win.tue.nl/~acristea/HTML/Minerva/index.html
Moreover, the workshop should be seen as a platform that enables the cooperation and exchange of information with other related European and non-European projects.

 
   
* Design patterns for adaptive educational hypermedia
* Authoring patterns in adaptive/adaptable educational hypermedia
* Authoring Tools for adaptive/adaptable educational hypermedia
* Connecting adaptive educational hypermedia with cognitive/learning styles
* Collaborative issues for adaptive/adaptable educational hypermedia
* Adaptation model transformations between adaptive educational hypermedia systems
* Evaluation of authoring tools for adaptive educational hypermedia
* Evaluation of adaptive educational hypermedia design patterns
* Evaluation of adaptive educational hypermedia authoring patterns
 
Selected papers will also be invited for a Special Issue in the IFETS ETS journal.