TuTalk


Resources:

  • tutalksite .. infrastructure for natural language in tutoring systems and learning

See also:

AutoTutor | BetterAccent Tutor


A two-way text-messaging system answering health questions for low-income pregnant women
H Song, A May, V Vaidhyanathan, EM Cramer… – Patient Education and …, 2013 – Elsevier
… Our approach was to use TuTalk [14,15], an existing system for two-way, text-based dialog developed at the University of Pittsburgh. TuTalk uses a declarative scripting language and a number of easily replaceable modules for understanding and generating text …

Detecting and Understanding the Impact of Cognitive and Interpersonal Conflict in Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Environments.
DN Prata, RSJ d Baker, EB Costa, CP Rosé, Y Cui… – … Working Group on …, 2009 – ERIC
… Each student made, on average, 84.3 utterances, for a total of 1940 utterances. Each student used a mathematics tutoring program covering problems on fraction addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division [9], in collaborative pairs mediated through TuTalk …

KSC-PaL: A peer learning agent
C Kersey, B Di Eugenio, P Jordan, S Katz – International Conference on …, 2010 – Springer
… The core of KSC-PaL is the TuTalk system [9]. TuTalk is a dialogue management system that supports natural language dialogues for educational applications and allows for both tutorial and conversational dialogues. In developing …

An integrated authoring tool for tactical questioning dialogue systems
S Gandhe, N Whitman, D Traum, R Artstein – 6th IJCAI Workshop on …, 2009 – ida.liu.se
… TuTalk (Jordan et al. 2007) is one such system. TuTalk authoring tool allows tutorial system re- searchers who may not have expertise in the dialogue system design to rapidly prototype dialogue systems and experiment with different ideas …

Evidence of Misunderstandings in Tutorial Dialogue and their Impact on Learning.
PW Jordan, DJ Litman, M Lipschultz, J Drummond – AIED, 2009 – researchgate.net
… Cordillera was developed to provide a testbed for exploring questions about the relationship between tutorial dialogue strategies and student learning [15] and was implemented using the TuTalk TDS toolkit [7]. TuTalk supports the authoring and delivery of dialogues in which a …

Learning from student responses: A domain-independent natural language tutor
J McDonald, A Knott, R Zeng, A Cohen – Proceedings of the Australasian …, 2011 – aclweb.org
… Of the few readily available domain-independent tutorial dialogue systems, TuTalk from the Learning Research and Development Centre at the University of Pittsburgh, is one that provides a relatively easy way to author dialogues using only a text editor and scripts can be …

VMT-Basilica: an environment for rapid prototyping of collaborative learning environments with dynamic support
R Kumar, S Chaudhuri, I Howley, CP Rosé – Proceedings of the 9th …, 2009 – dl.acm.org
… CSCL2009 MAIN CONFERENCE EVENTS – POSTERS © ISLS 193 Page 3. The primary technology that has been used to date to develop Actors within the Basilica framework is a tool set called TuTalk designed to support quick authoring of dialogue agents (Cui & Rosé, 2008) …

KSC-PaL: A peer learning agent that encourages students to take the initiative
C Kersey, B Di Eugenio, P Jordan, S Katz – … on Innovative Use of NLP for …, 2009 – dl.acm.org
… KSC-PaL has been developed in the last two years. Dialogue- wise, its core is TuTalk (Jordan et al., 2007), a dia- logue management system that supports natural lan- 55 … Since TuTalk does not include an interface or a student model, we developed both in previous years …

Knowledge co-construction and initiative in peer learning interactions
K Sandra – Artificial Intelligence in Education: Building Learning …, 2009 – books.google.com
… The core of KSC-PaL is the TuTalk system which supports natural language dialogues for educational applications [11]. In developing the agent we added a graphical user interface, replaced TuTalk’s student model and are …

Software agent-monitored tutorials enabling collaborative learning in computer-aided design and analysis
JL Beuth, CP Rosé, R Kumar – ASME 2010 …, 2010 – … .asmedigitalcollection.asme.org
… Page 3. 3 Copyright © 2010 by ASME Conversational Agents eg TuTalk Participants (Students) Filters … Conversational agents meant to offer support in the midst of collaborative learning interactions can be authored with the TuTalk dialogue agent authoring system [13, 14] …

AC 2011-2488: Use Of Software Agent-Monitored Tutorials To Guide Student Learning In Computer-Aided Design, Analysis And …
JL Beuth – asee.org
… Page 4. Conversational Agents eg TuTalk Participants (Students) Filters Event Notifications … Conversational agents meant to offer support in the midst of collaborative learning interactions can be authored with the TuTalk dialogue agent authoring system 13, 14 . As …

Building conversational agents with basilica
R Kumar, CP Rosé – … of Human Language Technologies: The 2009 …, 2009 – dl.acm.org
… use one or more of these presence sensing techniques and one of the many existing scripting languages including VoiceXML, SALT, TuTalk (Jordan et al., 2007) and Ravenclaw (Bohus and Rudnicky, 2003) task specification language among others …

Architecture for building conversational agents that support collaborative learning
R Kumar, CP Rose – IEEE Transactions on Learning …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Fig. 4. 3.3 TuTalk: Integrating Existing Behavior within Agents Basilica allows for integration of a wide range of behavioral components, but one that we have used frequently in our agents is the TuTalk dialog engine [30]. In the …

An open architecture for messaging-based consumer-health question-answering
S McRoy, V Vaidhynathan, A May, H Song – Proceedings of the 2nd …, 2012 – dl.acm.org
… In this paper, we describe how we have adapted the TuTalk dialog system to create a new messaging-based question-answering system to promote healthy birth outcomes among low-income, ex- pectant women in Milwaukee …

Engaging Collaborative Learners with Helping Agents.
S Chaudhuri, R Kumar, IK Howley, CP Rosé – AIED, 2009 – books.google.com
… The Tutoring Actor relies on a tool set called TuTalk designed to support quick authoring of dialogue agents (Cui & Rosé, 2008) … The TuTalk authoring environment was used to create a set of 12 instructional dialogs like the one shown in lines 5 through 19. Notice Page 392 …

Summarization during Tutoring: Implications for Developing Micro-Adaptive Tutoring Systems
S Katz, P Albacete, P Jordan – Pedagogy That Makes A Difference …, 2014 – researchgate.net
… Keywords: human tutoring, natural-language tutoring systems, instructional strategies, summarization, authoring frameworks, GIFT, TuTalk, Rimac 1 Introduction Several researchers have proposed that the large effect sizes of human tutoring can be attributed to its interactive …

When is tutorial dialogue more effective than step-based tutoring?
M Chi, P Jordan, K VanLehn – International Conference on Intelligent …, 2014 – Springer
… The Micro-Step Based Cordillera: NL Tutorial Dialogue System The Cordillera tutorial dialogue system tutors students in both quantitative and qualitative physics in the work-energy domain and was implemented using the TuTalk tutorial dialogue system toolkit toolkit [8]. TuTalk …

Exploring Contingent Step Decomposition in a Tutorial Dialogue System.
PW Jordan, PL Albacete, S Katz – UMAP (Extended Proceedings), 2016 – ceur-ws.org
… ing the TuTalk tutorial dialogue toolkit [4]. Thus the di- alogues authored for the system can be represented with a finite state machine. Each state contains a single tutor turn. The arcs leaving the state correspond to possible classifica- tions of student turns …

Research Methodology for Educational Data Mining in India
N Chopra, M Lal – 2012 – bvicam.ac.in
… 1 DataShop 2 CTAT (Cognitive Tutor Authoring Tools) 3 TagHelper 4 ELI online data 5 TuTalk A key goal of PSLC is to support learning scientists in providing explanations of results using, as much as possible, the same core terminology and addressing an accumulating body …

Shifting the load: A peer dialogue agent that encourages its human collaborator to contribute more to problem solving
C Howard, P Jordan, B Di Eugenio, S Katz – International Journal of …, 2017 – Springer
… The core of KSC-PaL is the TuTalk dialogue toolkit (Jordan et al. 2007). TuTalk supports the creation of natural language dialogue systems for educational applications and allows for both tutorial and conversational dialogues (Jordan 2007; Albacete et al. 2015) …

When does disengagement correlate with learning in spoken dialog computer tutoring?
K Forbes-Riley, D Litman – International Conference on Artificial …, 2011 – Springer
… This answer’s (in)correctness is then automatically classified based on this transcript, using the TuTalk semantic analyzer [8], and the answer’s (un)certainty is automatically classified by inputting features of the speech sig- nal, the automatic transcript, and the dialog context into …

Creation, evaluation, and presentation of user-generated content in community game-based tutors
A Hicks – Proceedings of the International Conference on the …, 2012 – dl.acm.org
… There have been several attempts to address this issue from the ITS community; for example, software such as TuTalk and CTAT (developed by the Carnegie Mellon LearnLab) allow for educators with relatively limited knowledge of computer programming or tutor design to …

Predicting change in student motivation by measuring cohesion between tutor and student
A Ward, D Litman, M Eskenazi – Proceedings of the 6th Workshop on …, 2011 – dl.acm.org
… teaches qualitative physics. It provides a spoken di- alog interface to the Why2-Atlas (VanLehn et al., 2002) tutor, and has recently been re-implemented using the TuTalk (Jordan et al., 2007) dialog plat- form. The Itspoke tutor …

Interactive event: The rimac tutor-a simulation of the highly interactive nature of human tutorial dialogue
P Jordan, P Albacete, MJ Ford, S Katz… – … Conference on Artificial …, 2013 – Springer
… Rimac was built using the TuTalk tutorial dialogue toolkit [5] but has been enhanced with additional dialogue features such as reformulation of student in- put (eg, [6]). The dialogues are tutor-initiative only and are primarily short answer questions in order to keep the accuracy of …

Building a conversational simstudent
R Carlson, V Keiser, N Matsuda, KR Koedinger… – … on Intelligent Tutoring …, 2012 – Springer
… The application of this research revolves around an architecture called SimStu- dent, which supports a computational model of human learning [5]. TuTalk [2], a dialogue-building system, was integrated into the SimStudent architecture to provide richer interaction with the student …

DISCUSS: Toward a Domain Independent Representation of Dialogue
L Becker – 2012 – scholar.colorado.edu
… Authoring tools like TuTalk (Jordan et al., 2007) and the AutoTutor Authoring Tool (Susarla … AutoTutor’s dialogues strictly adhere to a hint, prompt, assert sequence while TuTalk’s approach is built upon a finite state machine (FSM) methodology. Though …

Principles for Pedagogical Agent Authoring Tools
J Lester, B Mott, J Rowe, R Taylor – Design recommendations for …, 2015 – books.google.com
… Another example of an authoring tool for agent dialogue is TuTalk, which was created to support the rapid development of agent-based dialogue systems by non-programmers (Jordan, Hall, Ringenberg, Cue & Rose, 2007) …

Tutoring dialogue goals for conceptual understanding of differential equations: preliminary work
S Waddy, JH Kim, M Glass – Proceedings of the 20th Midwest AI …, 2009 – researchgate.net
… Structured collections of dialogue and tutorial goals drive a number of modern tutorial dialogue planners, among them the APE planner [Freedman, 2000] which lies at the core of the TuTalk dialogue authoring system [Jordan et al., 2006] and AutoTutor [Graesser et al., 2005], a …

Conversational Agents in Multi-Party Interactive Situations
R Kumar – LTI, CMU, 2010 – thesis.rohitkumar.net
… Basilica allows for integration of a wide range of behavioral components, but one that we have used frequently in our agents is the TuTalk dialog engine (Jordan et. al., 2007 … In order to facilitate authoring of these scripts, TuTalk provides a set of authoring to

Eliciting student explanations during tutorial dialogue for the purpose of providing formative feedback.
PW Jordan, PL Albacete, S Katz, M Ford… – AIED …, 2013 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… Rimac was built using the TuTalk tutorial dialogue toolkit [6] but has been enhanced with additional dialogue features such as reformulation of student input (eg, [7]). The dia- logues are tutor-initiative only and are primarily short an- swer questions in order to keep the accuracy …

Metacognition and learning in spoken dialogue computer tutoring
K Forbes-Riley, D Litman – International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring …, 2010 – Springer
… and prior ITSPOKE corpora. Correctness was automatically labeled on the speech recognition output using the TuTalk seman- tic analyzer [16], which was trained on the ITSPOKE-WOZ corpus. Uncertainty was automatically …

Transferring Human Tutor’s Style to Pedagogical Agent: A Possible Way by Leveraging Variety of Artificial Intelligence Achievements
X Feng, X Guo, L Oiu, R Shi – 2018 IEEE International …, 2018 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Since it’s rule-based, setting up the conversation rules is very challenging to domain experts. TuTalk is another authoring tools for agent dialogue. It apply machine learning technology for rapid development of agent-based dialogue systems with minor or non- programming[10] …

Socially capable conversational agents for multi-party interactive situations
R Kumar – 2011 – pstorage-cmu-348901238291901.s3 …
Page 1. Socially Capable Conversational Agents for Multi-Party Interactive Situations Rohit Kumar CMU-LTI-11-013 Language Technologies Institute School of Computer Science Carnegie Mellon University 5000 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 www.lti.cs.cmu.edu …

Using performance trajectories to analyze the immediate impact of user state misclassification in an adaptive spoken dialogue system
K Forbes-Riley, D Litman – Proceedings of the SIGDIAL 2011 Conference, 2011 – dl.acm.org
… which yields an automatic transcript. The answer’s (in)correctness is then automatically classified based on this transcript, using the TuTalk semantic analyzer (Jordan et al., 2007). Simultaneously, the answer’s (un)certainty …

When does disengagement correlate with performance in spoken dialog computer tutoring?
K Forbes-Riley, D Litman – International Journal of Artificial …, 2013 – content.iospress.com
… This answer’s (in)correctness is then automatically classified based on this transcript, using the TuTalk semantic analyzer (Jordan et al., 2007), and the answer’s (un)certainty is automatically classified by inputting features of the speech signal, the automatic transcript, and the …

Adding Abstractive Reflection to a Tutorial Dialog System.
A Ward, DJ Litman – FLAIRS Conference, 2011 – aaai.org
… problems in qualitative physics. It was originally built by adding a spoken dialog interface to the Why2-Atlas (VanLehn et al. 2002) tutor, and recently re-implemented using the TuTalk (Jordan et al. 2007) dialog platform. At the start …

Is a dialogue-based tutoring system that emulates helpful co-constructed relations during human tutoring effective?
P Albacete, P Jordan, S Katz – International Conference on Artificial …, 2015 – Springer
… Table 2 illustrates these two versions of Rimac’s dialogues. They were produced using the TuTalk dialogue development toolkit [10]. To keep accuracy of automatic recognition of student input high, most questions posed by the tutor require a short answer …

Adapting step granularity in tutorial dialogue based on pretest scores
P Jordan, P Albacete, S Katz – International Conference on Artificial …, 2017 – Springer
… Rimac was built using the TuTalk tutorial dialogue toolkit [6]. Thus the dialogues authored for the system can be represented with a finite state machine. Each state contains a single tutor turn. The arcs leaving the state correspond to possible classifications of student turns …

Intrinsic and extrinsic evaluation of an automatic user disengagement detector for an uncertainty-adaptive spoken dialogue system
K Forbes-Riley, D Litman, H Friedberg… – Proceedings of the 2012 …, 2012 – dl.acm.org
… This an- swer’s (in)correctness is then automatically classi- fied based on this transcript, using the TuTalk se- mantic analyzer (Jordan et al., 2007), and the an- swer’s (un)certainty is automatically classified by inputting features of the speech signal, the automatic transcript, and …

Towards improving (meta) cognition by adapting to student uncertainty in tutorial dialogue
D Litman, K Forbes-Riley – International handbook of metacognition and …, 2013 – Springer
… prior ITSPOKE corpora. Correctness was automatically labeled on the speech recognition output using the TuTalk semantic analyzer (Jordan et al., 2007), which was trained on the ITSPOKE-WOZ corpus. Uncertainty was automatically …

When Does Disengagement Correlate with Performance in Spoken Dialog Computer Tutoring?
K Forbes-Riley, DJ Litman – International Journal of Artificial …, 2012 – d-scholarship.pitt.edu
… This answer’s (in)correctness is then automatically classified based on this transcript, using the TuTalk semantic analyzer (Jordan et al., 2007), and the answer’s (un)certainty is automatically classified by inputting features of the speech signal, the automatic transcript, and the …

Adapting the scheduling of illustrations and graphs to learners in conceptual physics tutoring
M Lipschultz – 2015 – d-scholarship.pitt.edu
Page 1. ADAPTING THE SCHEDULING OF ILLUSTRATIONS AND GRAPHS TO LEARNERS IN CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS TUTORING by Michael Lipschultz BS, Pennsylvania State University, 2007 MS, University of Pittsburgh, 2013 Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of …

Benefits and challenges of real-time uncertainty detection and adaptation in a spoken dialogue computer tutor
K Forbes-Riley, D Litman – Speech Communication, 2011 – Elsevier
… 4 ITSPOKE is a fully automated spoken dialogue tutoring system that was originally built on top of the Why2-Atlas text-based physics tutoring system (VanLehn et al., 2002) and was later reimplemented using the TuTalk authoring tool and tutorial dialogue system platform …

When Two Heads are Better Than One: A Critical Review of Four Collaborative Intelligent Tutoring Systems
R Harsley – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… Kumar reviews several agents built using the Basilica architecture [16]. These examples include abbreviated looks at TuTalk and the Second Life tutor. However … scripts. The TuTalk state-based dialog engine powers the scripts …

A tutoring system that simulates the highly interactive nature of human tutoring.
S Katz, PL Albacete – Journal of educational psychology, 2013 – psycnet.apa.org
For some time, it has been clear that students who are tutored generally learn more than students who experience classroom instruction (eg, Bloom, 1984). Much research has been devoted to identifying features of tutorial dialogue that can explain its effectiveness, so that these …

Development Tools for Content Creation in Virtual Environments
G Hokanson, BM Slator – E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning …, 2013 – learntechlib.org
… Pittsburgh, 2008). In particular, they have developed a number of tools for creating advanced learning technologies, including the Cognitive Tutor Authoring Tool (CTAT) and TuTalk (Jordan, Rigenberg, and Hall, 2006). They …

Exploring the Effects of Redundancy within a Tutorial Dialogue System: Restating Students’ Responses
P Jordan, P Albacete, S Katz – Proceedings of the 16th Annual Meeting …, 2015 – aclweb.org
… It is a web-based system that aims to improve students’ conceptual understanding of physics through typed reflective dialogues (Katz and Al- bacete, 2013). Rimac was built using the TuTalk natural language (NL) tutorial dialogue toolkit (Jordan et al., 2007) …

A Survey on M-learning
PNV Pavan, H Santhi, N Jaisankar… – International Journal of …, 2012 – Citeseer
… It is declared that with conversational agents is effective because it changed the perception and receiving of materials to the students [7]. Cognitive based conversational agents were programmed by using TuTalk dialogue agent authoring tool Page 3 …

Reformulating student contributions in tutorial dialogue
P Jordan, S Katz, P Albacete, M Ford… – Proceedings of the …, 2012 – dl.acm.org
… To understand how we propose to implement re- formulations, we must begin with a high level de- scription of the current Rimac system. To build Ri- mac, we used the TuTalk (Jordan et al., 2007) nat- ural language (NL) tutorial dialogue toolkit …

Towards Modeling Collaborative Task Oriented Multimodal Human-human Dialogues
L Chen – 2014 – indigo.lib.uic.edu
Page 1. Towards Modeling Collaborative Task Oriented Multimodal Human-human Dialogues BY Lin Chen MA (Tsinghua University, Beijing, China) 2007 BA (Tsinghua University, Beijing, China) 2004 THESIS Submitted as …

Speech and language processing for adaptive training
D Litman – Adaptive Technologies for Training and Education, 2015 – books.google.com
… The natural language processing in the adaptive version of ITSPOKE has also been reimplemented using the TuTalk tutorial dialogue toolkit (Jordan et al., 2007), which supports the authoring and delivery of natural language dialogues in which a computer tutor tries to elicit …

An empirically-based, tutorial dialogue system: design, implementation and evaluation in a first year health sciences course.
J McDonald, A Knott, S Stein, R Zeng – ASCILITE-Australian Society …, 2013 – learntechlib.org
… The TuTalk dialogue engine from the Learning Research and Development Centre at the University of Pittsburgh (Jordan, 2007) was chosen to pilot the initial script primarily because it was, at the time, one of the few readily available domain-independent tutorial dialogue …

An evaluation of pedagogical tutorial tactics for a natural language tutoring system: A reinforcement learning approach
M Chi, K VanLehn, D Litman… – International Journal of …, 2011 – content.iospress.com
Page 1. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 21 (2011) 83–113 83 DOI 10.3233/JAI-2011-014 IOS Press An Evaluation of Pedagogical Tutorial Tactics for a Natural Language Tutoring System: A Reinforcement Learning Approach …

A pragmatic tutorial dialogue system: design, implementation and evaluation in a health sciences domain
JA McDonald – 2014 – ourarchive.otago.ac.nz
… Pamela Jordan from the Learning Research and Development Centre at the University of Pittsburgh, USA, for her support and permission to use the TuTalk system in early student trials. • My colleagues in HEDC for their support and encouragement. Es …

Report generation
L Wanner – Handbook of Natural Language Processing, 2010 – nozdr.ru
Page 559. 22 Report Generation Leo Wanner Institució Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avançats and Universitat Pompeu Fabra 22.1 Introduction….. 533 22.2 What Makes Report Generation a Distinct Task …

Reflective dialogue for on-the-job training in emergency services
W Eamsinvattana – 2011 – etheses.whiterose.ac.uk
Page 1. Reflective Dialogue for On-the-Job Training in Emergency Services Wichai Eamsinvattana Submitted in accordance with the requirements for the degree of Doctorate of Philosophy UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS The University of Leeds School of Computing May, 2011 …

Building intelligent tutoring systems: An overview
R Nkambou, J Bourdeau, V Psyché – Advances in Intelligent Tutoring …, 2010 – Springer
… 2006) and example-based systems (Aleven et al. 2009); ASPIRE for constraint-based systems (Mitrovic et al. 2009); TuTalk Tool Suite (Jordan et al. 2007) for dialogue-based learning agents; and authoring tools for inquiry-based systems (Murray et al. 2004; Gijlers et al …

Using reflective text to improve qualitative physics tutoring
A Ward, D Litman – International Journal of Learning …, 2013 – inderscienceonline.com
… Besides removing the essay, this version differs from the original Why2-Atlas/Itspoke systems in that it has been reimplemented using the TuTalk (Jordan et al., 2007) dialog authoring system, and that only the tutor utterances are displayed. figure parent remove …

Empirically evaluating the application of reinforcement learning to the induction of effective and adaptive pedagogical strategies
M Chi, K VanLehn, D Litman, P Jordan – User Modeling and User-Adapted …, 2011 – Springer
Page 1. User Model User-Adap Inter (2011) 21:137–180 DOI 10.1007/s11257-010-9093- 1 ORIGINAL PAPER Empirically evaluating the application of reinforcement learning to the induction of effective and adaptive pedagogical strategies …

Rapid prototyping and evaluation of dialogue systems for virtual humans
S Gandhe – 2014 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. RAPID PROTOTYPING AND EVALUATION OF DIALOGUE SYSTEMS FOR VIRTUAL HUMANS by Sudeep Gandhe A Dissertation Presented to the FACULTY OF THE USC GRADUATE SCHOOL UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN …

Min Chi, Human-Sciences and Technologies Advanced Research Institute, Stanford University, CA, USA minchi@ stanford. edu Kurt VanLehn, School of …
D Litman, P Jordan – International Journal of Artificial …, 2011 – people.engr.ncsu.edu
Page 1. Uncorrected Author Proof International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 1 (2011) 1–31 1 DOI 10.3233/JAI-2011-014 IOS Press An Evaluation of Pedagogical Tutorial Tactics for a Natural 1 Language Tutoring System: A Reinforcement Learning 2 Approach 3 …

Helping users learn about social processes while learning from users: developing a positive feedback in social computing
VSS Pillutla – 2017 – commons.lib.niu.edu
… 117 A.2 Finite-state network with response concepts and optional steps.. . . . 119 A.3 TuTalk basic script showing recipes and steps. . . . . 120 Page 13. CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Social computing was defined by Wang et al …

Assessing Technologies for Information-Seeking on Prostate Cancer Screening by Low-Income Men
SW McRoy, EM Cramer, H Song – Journal of …, 2014 – digitalrepository.aurorahealthcare …
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Constructing Virtual Role-Play Simulations
WL Johnson – … for Adaptive Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Authoring …, 2015 – researchgate.net
… Dialogue authoring tools for role-play simulations are in some ways similar to tutorial dialogue authoring tools such as AutoTutor’s authoring tools (Nye et al., 2014) or TuTalk (Jordan et al., 2007), and there is much that we can learn from these tools …

Constructing Virtual
L Johnson – … for Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Authoring Tools …, 2015 – books.google.com
… Dialogue authoring tools for role-play simulations are in some ways similar to tutorial dialogue authoring tools such as AutoTutor’s authoring tools (Nye et al., 2014) or TuTalk (Jordan et al., 2007), and there is much that we can learn from these tools …

Evans, Miller square off in regent debate
J HUTCHERSON – digitalcommons.wku.edu
Page 1. Western Kentucky University TopSCHOLAR® WKU Archives Records WKU Archives 11-13-1986 UA12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 62, No. 23 WKU Student Affairs Follow this and additional works at: https://digitalcommons.wku.edu/dlsc_ua_records …

Reflection and learning robustness in a natural language conceptual physics tutoring system
A Ward – 2010 – d-scholarship.pitt.edu
Page 1. REFLECTION AND LEARNING ROBUSTNESS IN A NATURAL LANGUAGE CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS TUTORING SYSTEM by Arthur Ward MBA, Carnegie Mellon University MS, Intelligent Systems, University of Pittsburgh Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of …

Automated analysis and feedback techniques to support and teach argumentation: A survey
O Scheuer, BM McLaren, F Loll… – Educational …, 2012 – books.google.com
Page 83. Educational Technologies for Teaching Argumentation Skills, 2012, 71-124 71 Automated Analysis and Feedback Techniques to Support and Teach Argumentation: A Survey Oliver Scheuer1,*, Bruce M. McLaren1 …

A Road Ahead for Adaptive Training Technology
PJ Durlach, Durlach, Lesgold – Adaptive Technologies for …, 2012 – books.google.com
Page 350. CHAPTER 18 A Road Ahead for Adaptive Training Technology Paula J. Durlach One-on-one tutoring is considered the gold standard in education and training; but just as one-on-one human tutoring is resource intensive …

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