Authoring Tools for Advanced Technology Learning Environments: Toward Cost-Effective Adaptive, Interactive and Intelligent Educational Software

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T. Murray, Stephen Blessing, S. Ainsworth
Springer Science & Business Media, 31 dic 2003 - 557 pagine
Researchers and educational software developers have talked about building authoring tools for intelligent tutoring systems (ITSs), adaptive and knowled- based instructional systems, and other forms of advanced-technology learning environments (ATLEs) ever since these forms of educational software were introduced in the 1970s. The technical complexity and high development costs of these systems contrasts sharply with the common picture of education as a "home grown" activity performed by individual teachers and trainers who craft lessons tailored for each situation. There have been two primary reasons to create authoring tools for ATLEs: to reduce development cost, and to allow practicing educators to become more involved in their creation. The goal of creating usable authoring tools dovetails with the recent trend toward interoperability and reusability among these systems. We use the phrase "advanced-technology learning environment" to refer to educational software on the leading edge of practice and research. These systems go beyond traditional computer-based instruction or educational simulations by providing one or more of the following benefits: ▀ Providing rich, or even "immersive" interfaces so that students can "learn by doing" in realistic and meaningful contexts. ▀ Dynamically adapting the interface or content to the student's goals, skill level, or learning style. ▀ Providing expert hints, explanations, or problem solving guidance. ▀ Allowing "mixed-initiative" tutorial interactions, where students can ask questions and have more control over their learning.
 

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SIMQUEST Authoring Educational Simulations
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Requiem for a Development System Reflections on KnowledgeBased Generative Instruction
33
Authoring SimulationCentered Learning Environments with Rides and Vivids
61
A Programming by Demonstration Authoring Tool for ModelTracing Tutors
93
Automated Knowledge Acquisition for Intelligent Support of Diagnostic Reasoning
121
Formative Evaluation of an Automated Knowledge Elicitation and Organization Tool
149
Using Knowledge Objects to Design Instructional Learning Environments
181
REDEEM Simple Intelligent Tutoring Systems from Usable Tools
205
Eon Authoring Tools for Content Instructional Strategy Student Model and Interface Design
309
Supporting Educational Software Design With KnowledgeRich Tools
341
Developing Adaptive Educational Hypermedia Systems From Design Models to Authoring Tools
377
The Leap Authoring Tool Supporting complex courseware authoring through reuse rapid prototyping and interactive visualizations
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Principles for Pedagogyoriented Knowledge Based Tutor Authoring Systems Lessons Learned and a Design MetaModel
439
Authoring Tools for ComponentBased Learning Environments
467
An Overview of Intelligent Tutoring System Authoring Tools Updated analysis of the state of the art
491
Author Index
545

The IRIS Authoring Tool
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CREAMTools An Authoring Environment for Knowledge Engineering in Intelligent Tutoring Systems
269

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