Design Recommendations for Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Volume 1 - Learner Modeling
Dr. Robert A. Sottilare, US Army Research Laboratory, Dr. Arthur Graesser, University of Memphis, Dr. Xiangen Hu, University of Memphis, Dr. Heather Holden, US Army Research Laboratory
U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Aug 1, 2013 - Computers - 303 pages
Design Recommendations for Intelligent Tutoring Systems explores the impact of computer-based tutoring system design on education and training. Specifically, this volume, “Learner Modeling” examines the fundamentals of learner modeling and identifies best practices, emerging concepts and future needs to promote efficient and effective tutoring. Part of our design recommendations include current, projected, and needed capabilities within the Generalized Intelligent Framework for Tutoring (GIFT), an open source, modular, service-oriented architecture developed to promote simplified authoring, reuse, standardization, automated instruction and evaluation of tutoring technologies.
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