Applying Competence Structures for Peer Tutor Recommendations in CSCL Environments.

Abstract : Competence structures of the content and competence modelling of the learners provide well-suitable means for finding appropriate peer tutors in CSCL based on asynchronous messaging and annotations. Various criteria for the appropriateness of potential peer tutors can be discussed. An internet-based system used as a large scale Web experiment can then also deliver data for evaluating such criteria.
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Jürgen Heller, Cord Hockemeyer, Dietrich Albert. Applying Competence Structures for Peer Tutor Recommendations in CSCL Environments.. IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT'04), 2004, Joensuu, Finland. pp.1050-1051. ⟨hal-00190249⟩

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