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Multi-agent systems support for Community-Based Learning

Yugyung Lee, Quddus Chong
2003 Interacting with computers  
The CoBL framework is based on (1) agents to manage individual learners and communities of learners; (2) a shared data model for integrating heterogeneous communities; (3) a component-oriented development  ...  Distributed multi-agent technology (Lange et al., 1997) is employed in the system architecture to support communication and a shared data model is used for integrating heterogeneous communities.  ...  Conclusion We have introduced a Community-Based Learning (CoBL) framework of collaborative learning for geographically distributed and diverse learners.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0953-5438(02)00057-7 fatcat:2rlyoydeizfbbgze3gxzywquka

On Pedagogical Effects of Learner-Support Agents in Collaborative Interaction [chapter]

Yugo Hayashi
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
During the task, they interacted with a conversational agent, which was programmed to provide back-channel feedbacks and meta cognitive suggestions to encourage and facilitate conversational interaction  ...  The findings of the experiments suggested that (1) a conversational agent can facilitate a deeper understanding of conceptwhen participants are attentive to its presence, and (2) affective positive feedbacks  ...  Introduction Advances in communication technologies made it possible to develop a system which aids human interaction and supports cognitive operation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-30950-2_3 fatcat:tnw3souvyvfhjd7duaxyzuvwo4

Cognitive load in interactive knowledge construction

Ludo Verhoeven, Wolfgang Schnotz, Fred Paas
2009 Learning and Instruction  
Other critical factors that should be explored are goal adoption and perspective taking, effects of interactive animation, environmental support, and possibilities of collaboration.  ...  Such cognitive load is determined by prior knowledge, motivation, and processing strategies on the part of the learner as well as on task demands.  ...  knowledge, effects of interactive animation, environmental support and possibilities of collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.learninstruc.2009.02.002 fatcat:jl5oapxvangxxlhvaa6stwb63m

Face-to-Face Interaction with Pedagogical Agents, Twenty Years Later

W. Lewis Johnson, James C. Lester
2015 International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education  
and surveyed a new paradigm for interactive learning environments: animated pedagogical agents.  ...  Others are only now being realized, thanks to advances in immersive interfaces and robotics that enable rich face-to-face interaction between learners and agents.  ...  Jeff's ideas and research contributions laid much of the groundwork for subsequent work on pedagogical agents.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40593-015-0065-9 fatcat:2x3cxkeah5bbnp5h2c2u3gimf4

Design and Application of Remote-Learner's Affective Testing in Human- Computer Interaction

Gui-Feng Wu, Sheng-Quan Li, Hong-Ru Tang
2015 Open Cybernetics and Systemics Journal  
Based on education agent application, the paper designed emotional detection model and overall schema of detection for learners.  ...  between education agent and learners.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work is supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (51275447); the Science and Technology Support Program of Jiangsu (BE2011133); the Natural Science Foundation  ... 
doi:10.2174/1874110x01509011762 fatcat:qj4cywkwzjd4tdp3phdoppo7re

Interactive Play and Learning for Children

Adrian Cheok, Hiroshi Ishii, Junichi Osada, Owen Noel Newton Fernando, Tim Merritt
2008 Advances in Human-Computer Interaction  
We appreciate the opportunity to gather together a fine collection of academic papers which present a picture of the current landscape of the design of interactive and digital systems supporting learning  ...  and play for children.  ...  The system utilizes haptic and auditive interaction techniques in the proactive agents that support and guide children, deepen their explorations, and discover the central concepts and other phenomena.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2008/954013 fatcat:6yv4o7bo5rcmlayqx2ufcy7ngy

Design and implementation of an intelligent virtual environment for improving speaking and listening skills

Kaveh Hassani, Ali Nahvi, Ali Ahmadi
2013 Interactive Learning Environments  
Throughout interactions, agents discover the proficiency level of the learner and customize the level of communication complexity accordingly. The system is tested on 10 subjects.  ...  This architecture supports visual, auditory, and haptic channels of interaction. It allows pedagogical ideas about language skills to be implemented and validated with a minimum design time.  ...  His research interests are Distributed intelligent systems, Human-computer interaction, Computational intelligence, Adaptation, and interactive learning models, Virtual reality and artificial life, Neuro-Fuzzy  ... 
doi:10.1080/10494820.2013.846265 fatcat:asmjikknl5d2bn4oowwiqhdwoq

Identifying the pitfalls for social interaction in computer-supported collaborative learning environments: a review of the research

Karel Kreijns, Paul A. Kirschner, Wim Jochems
2003 Computers in Human Behavior  
Although these environments can support communication and collaboration, both research and field observations are not always positive about their working.  ...  It examines the social interactions which determine how groups develop, how sound social spaces characterized by group cohesion, trust, respect and belonging are established, and how a sense of community  ...  Gilbert and Moore (1998) use the term social interaction for the socio-emotional and affective exchanges between learners in the task context and instructional interaction for learner-content interaction  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0747-5632(02)00057-2 fatcat:jmboc3bipvehdg4t6eihlfxugy

Mediation Revisited: The Interactive Organization of Mediation in Learning Environments

Simona Pekarek Doehler
2002 Mind, Culture, and Activity  
The analysis serves as a basis for developing a pluridimensional notion of mediation-in-interaction, which accounts for its reciprocity-based, context-sensitive, and culture-related nature.  ...  A microanalysis of mediation in communicative 2nd-language classroom activities where the task at hand is the management of interaction itself is presented.  ...  I wish to thank Joan Bliss and David Middleton, discussants of the conference paper, for their thoughtful comments on the earlier draft.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327884mca0901_03 fatcat:s2lzvykauncj7bxhiyo64ubmcq

Reinforcement Learning with Human Teachers: Understanding How People Want to Teach Robots

Andrea L. Thomaz, Guy Hoffman, Cynthia Breazeal
2006 ROMAN 2006 - The 15th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication  
While Reinforcement Learning (RL) is not traditionally designed for interactive supervisory input from a human teacher, several works in both robot and software agents have adapted it for human input by  ...  We report three main observations on how people administer feedback when teaching a robot a task through Reinforcement Learning: (a) they use the reward channel not only for feedback, but also for future-directed  ...  Sophie's Kitchen is a video game framework for studying the impact of social interaction for RL.  ... 
doi:10.1109/roman.2006.314459 dblp:conf/ro-man/ThomazHB06 fatcat:hmssozyf7rdk7ghuzzi6vaiu34

Design of an Effective WSN-Based Interactive u-Learning Model

Hye-jin Kim, Ronnie D. Caytiles, Tai-hoon Kim
2012 International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks  
formed from experiences and interactions with a knowing community.  ...  The u-learning model is a webbased e-learning system utilizing various state-of-the-art features of WSN that could enable learners to acquire knowledge and skills through interaction between them and the  ...  Acknowledgment This paper was supported by the Security Engineering Research Center, granted by the Korea Ministry of Knowledge Economy.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2012/514836 fatcat:pi6ho47htneb7a3mmnal2li62m

Building an Emotionally Responsive Avatar with Dynamic Facial Expressions in Human—Computer Interactions

Heting Wang, Vidya Gaddy, James Ross Beveridge, Francisco R. Ortega
2021 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
The role of affect has been long studied in human–computer interactions.  ...  When two people collaborated to build blocks, their affects were recognized and labeled using the Affdex SDK and a descriptive analysis was provided.  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to express a deep appreciation for the support of Julia Sharp and Bruce Draper.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti5030013 fatcat:rrbojlddjbcmbkkmcdhm7jlm2e

An architecture of agent-based multi-layer interactive e-learning and e-testing platform

Muhammad Arif, Manzoor Illahi, Ahmad Karim, Shahaboddin Shamshirband, Khubaib Amjad Alam, Shahid Farid, Salman Iqbal, Zolkepli Buang, Valentina Emilia Balas
2014 Quality & Quantity: International Journal of Methodology  
We also propose a novel method for updating content through question and answer between e-learners and intelligent agents.  ...  In this study, we propose a new architecture for e-learning with two subsystems, namely, e-learning and e-testing.  ...  Interactive agent The interactive agent provides a collaborative platform to users where they can modify objects and e-learning contents.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11135-014-0121-9 fatcat:5zo3gq67rrcjfcjq6u4bwcldxm

The Relevance of the Vygotsky's Sociocultural Approaches to Promote Interaction in EFL Classroom

Theophile Muhayimana
2017 Journal of English Language Teaching and Linguistics  
It is the premise of this paper that revisiting the class culture and use the VSA will contribute a great deal to addressing some of communication and classroom interaction issues in EFL context.  ...  Third, the paper looked into the implications of the VSA on enhancing interaction in EFL classroom that focused on knowledge about learners to better assist them, promotion of classroom discourse, and  ...  is of a paramount importance because it affects the classroom interaction and "sets a suitable climate for learning and transmitting teachers' expectations for their pupils' thinking" (Zhang, 2008, p  ... 
doi:10.21462/jeltl.v2i3.85 fatcat:fhtt5hsi5nbbja253frm6duudq

Agoraphobia and the modern learner

Jon Dron, Terry Anderson
2014 Journal of Interactive Media in Education  
Read/write social technologies enable rich pedagogies that centre on sharing and constructing content but have two notable weaknesses.  ...  Firstly, beyond the safe, nurturing environment of closed groups, students participating in more or less public network-or set-oriented communities may be insecure in their knowledge and skills, leading  ...  There are thus fewer opportunities for the application of typical processes and norms that form in groups of learners following a paced course of study.  ... 
doi:10.5334/2014-03 fatcat:5anfzbkgnfacziqologfdufoeq
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