Utilizing Learning Styles for Interactive TutorialsProceedings of the Fourth IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT '04)
AbstractDeveloping successful Web-based learning environments has shown to be a challenging and difficult endeavor  that requires knowledge from multiple domains like pedagogy, psychology, knowledge engineering, software engineering, and Web technologies. Their lack of individual preferred ways of instruction is a challenge we address in this paper. We introduce a Web-based learning environment that teaches concepts from Artificial Intelligence to college students. This environment is intended to be used as a complementary tool for the standard lectures. By adapting the instruction and learning material to the individual student’s learning style the tutorial gives the student a personal learning experience and it was our expectation that the tutorial would increase the user’s knowledge and interest about the topic. Results and feedback were gathered from the students.
Citation InformationMagnus Aase and Franz J. Kurfess. "Utilizing Learning Styles for Interactive Tutorials" Proceedings of the Fourth IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT '04) (2004) p. 828 - 830
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