I-TUTOR WORKSHOP & CALL FOR PAPERS

The I-TUTOR consortium, in cooperation with SIREM – Società Italiana di Ricerca sull’Educazione Mediale invites you to the I-TUTOR workshop Artificial Intelligence and Learning: an Evolving Relationship 13 November 2013 – University of Bari, Italy In the frame of the SIREM conference http://www.sirem2013.it/ Programme 14.30-15.00 Registration 15.00-15.30 Presentation: introduction to … Continue reading

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I-TUTOR Newsletter – 2nd issue

The project published its second newsletter with an update on piloting the plug-in prototype, an invitation to its final conference in Bari, Italy and some interesting inside information in the form of an interview with one of the developers on the process of developing a multi-agent based, user-friendly intelligent tutoring … Continue reading

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Expert Insight: Eu Policies in Education and Training as well as Technology Enhanced Learning

Professor George Angelos Papadopoulos from the Department of Computer Science, University of Cyprus (Nicosia, Cyprus) is one of the external experts working on the I-TUTOR project. Part of his expert report on the e-book “Intelligent tutoring system: an overview“ published by the project, he gave a valuable overview of some … Continue reading

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Call for papers on ITS in the frame of the REM-Research on Education and Media Journal

The I-TUTOR project in collaboration with SIREM (Società Italiana di Ricerca sull’Educazione Mediale) is preparing a thematic special issue of the REM-Research on Education and Media Journal in December 2013. The Call Authors are cordially invited to submit papers on Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) and the new horizons of the … Continue reading

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Rich list of resources of ITS

The I-TUTOR website section Learn more has been completed with the links of references of the recently published e-book “Intelligent tutoring system: an overview“. This rich pool of resources is clustered in the following categories in order for you to find articles in topics you are interested more easily: Intelligent … Continue reading

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Profiling – update and a few reflections

Right now the first prototype of the profiler agent has been implemented. This prototype clusters all Moodle users depending on different activities that they done/not done on the Moodle server. So, for example, it will analyse all comments made within a specific course. The analysis involves clustering the users into … Continue reading

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Newsletter di I-TUTOR – Prima uscita

Giunti ormai a metà del progetto, i partner hanno deciso di pubblicare la prima newsletter al fine di condividere i traguardi raggiunti, tra cui uno studio approfondito dei sistemi di tutoring intelligenti (e le implicazioni del loro utilizzo nel contesto europeo), nonché un codice open source per un’indagine chatbot a … Continue reading

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I-TUTOR Newsletter – 1st issue

Reaching the midterm in the project, the partnership published the first project newsletter to share the results achieved, among which you will find the comprehensive study about the intelligent tutoring systems (and the implications of using intelligent tutoring systems in the European scenario) as well as an open source code … Continue reading

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Where are all the Intelligent Tutors?

Beverly Woolf asks in the last section of her book Building Intelligent Interactive Tutors: Student-centered strategies for revolutionizing e-learning” a very intriguing question. A question which relates to why a project like I-TUTOR is needed. She asks, after having described methods for creating intelligent tutors, why there really aren’t many … Continue reading

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