Personalising learning is one major avenue to address the increasing heterogeneity in today’s (higher) education institutions. The present study discusses the design and implementation of a self-regulated, personalised flipped classroom course within the IS curriculum of a German university. Following a design-based research methodology, relevant kernel theories are identified to derive general requirements and components for such courses, eventually describing the process of creating and implementing an instantiation transforming an existing university course. The requirements are evaluated referring to the implemented course, showing that e-learning reduces the effort of personalising the learning process.
Melzer, Philipp and Schoop, Mareike, (2017). "PERSONALISING THE IS CLASSROOM – INSIGHTS ON COURSE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION". In Proceedings of the 25th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Guimarães, Portugal, June 5-10, 2017 (pp. 1391-1405). ISBN 978-989-20-7655-3 Research Papers.