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International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education

January 2014 Volume 24, Number 1

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Can Online Discussion Participation Predict Group Project Performance? Investigating the Roles of Linguistic Features and Participation Patterns

    Jaebong Yoo & Jihie Kim

    Although many college courses adopt online tools such as Q&A online discussion boards, there is no easy way to measure or evaluate their effect on learning. As a part of supporting... More

    pp. 8-32

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  2. Adaptive Intelligent Support to Improve Peer Tutoring in Algebra

    Erin Walker, Nikol Rummel & Kenneth R. Koedinger

    Adaptive collaborative learning support (ACLS) involves collaborative learning environments that adapt their characteristics, and sometimes provide intelligent hints and feedback, to improve... More

    pp. 33-61

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  3. A Configurable Conversational Agent to Trigger Students' Productive Dialogue: A Pilot Study in the CALL Domain

    Stergios Tegos, Stavros Demetriadis & Thrasyvoulos Tsiatsos

    Conversational agents constitute a specific type of ITSs that has been reportedly proven successful in helping students in one-to-one settings, while recently their impact has also been explored in... More

    pp. 62-91

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  4. Towards an Agile Approach to Adapting Dynamic Collaboration Support to Student Needs

    David Adamson, Gregory Dyke, Hyeju Jang & Carolyn Penstein Rosé

    This paper investigates the use of conversational agents to scaffold on-line collaborative learning discussions through an approach called Academically Productive Talk (APT). In contrast to past... More

    pp. 92-124

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