ASPIRE: Ontology Workspace and Problem Editor (2006)
This document reports the work done from 1.12.2005 to 28.2.2006 on the ASPIRE project, funded by the e-Learning Collaborative Development Fund grant 502. In this project, we are developing a Web-enabled authoring system called ASPIRE, for building intelligent learning agents for use in e-learning courses. ASPIRE will support the process of developing intelligent educational systems by automating the tasks involved, thus making it possible for tertiary teachers with little computer background to develop systems for their courses. The current report describes two components of the system: the Ontology Workspace, which support the author while developing the domain ontology, and the Problem Editor, which allows the author to specify problems to be given to students, and their solutions.
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