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International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education

2016 Volume 26, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. ToTCompute: A Novel EEG-Based TimeOnTask Threshold Computation Mechanism for Engagement Modelling and Monitoring

    Ioana Ghergulescu & Cristina Hava Muntean

    Engagement influences participation, progression and retention in game-based e-learning (GBeL). Therefore, GBeL systems should engage the players in order to support them to maximize their learning... More

    pp. 821-854

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  2. Perceived Task-Difficulty Recognition from Log-File Information for the Use in Adaptive Intelligent Tutoring Systems

    Ruth Janning, Carlotta Schatten & Lars Schmidt-Thieme

    Recognising students' emotion, affect or cognition is a relatively young field and still a challenging task in the area of intelligent tutoring systems. There are several ways to use the output of ... More

    pp. 855-876

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  3. Adapting Progress Feedback and Emotional Support to Learner Personality

    Matt Dennis, Judith Masthoff & Chris Mellish

    As feedback is an important part of learning and motivation, we investigate how to adapt the feedback of a conversational agent to learner personality (as well as to learner performance, as we... More

    pp. 877-931

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  4. An Analysis of Student Model Portability

    Benjamín Valdés Aguirre, Jorge A. Ramírez Uresti & Benedict du Boulay

    Sharing user information between systems is an area of interest for every field involving personalization. Recommender Systems are more advanced in this aspect than Intelligent Tutoring Systems ... More

    pp. 932-974

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