Authoring Constraint-based Tutors in ASPIRE: a Case Study of a Capital Investment Tutor (2008)
Type of ContentConference Contributions - Published
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering.
University of Canterbury. UC Opportunity.
AuthorsMitrovic, A., McGuigan, N., Martin, B., Suraweera, P., Milik, N., Holland, J.show all
Although intelligent tutoring systems have proven their effectiveness, they are still not widely spread due to the high development costs. We present ASPIRE, a complete authoring and deployment environment for constraint-based intelligent tutoring systems. ASPIRE consists of the authoring server (ASPIRE-Author), which enables domain experts (i.e. teachers) to easily develop new ITSs for their courses, and a tutoring server (ASPIRE-Tutor), which deploys the developed systems. We describe the authoring process supported by ASPIRE, and illustrate it on the example of an ITS that teaches Capital Investment decision making to university students.
CitationMitrovic, A., McGuigan, N., Martin, B., Suraweera, P., Milik, N., Holland, J. (2008) Authoring Constraint-based Tutors in ASPIRE: a Case Study of a Capital Investment Tutor. Vienna, Austria: World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications (ED-MEDIA 2008), 30 Jun - 4 Jul 2008. 4607-4616.
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