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Tutorial planning : Adapting course generation to today's needs.

Abstract : Most of today's course generation does not allow an in-depth, generic representation of pedagogical knowledge. However, supporting individual learners with different goals requires an elaborate representation of pedagogical expertise. In this paper, I describe a framework that adapts existing approaches for representing and using pedagogical knowledge to meet today's needs. Furthermore, I will show how in this framework several of today's problems are solved, such as the integration of distributed content, dynamic adaptivity of a generated course, new forms of interaction, and offering course generation as a service.
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Carsten Ullrich. Tutorial planning : Adapting course generation to today's needs.. 12th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, 2005, Amsterdam, Netherlands. pp.155-160. ⟨hal-00190283⟩



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