A conceptual map model for developing intelligent tutoring systems
Computers & Education Volume 40, Number 3, ISSN 0360-1315 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
With the recent rapid progress of computer technology, researchers have attempted to adopt artificial intelligence and use computer networks to develop computer-aided instruction systems. Meanwhile, researchers have also attempted to develop more effective programs to test and enhance the learning performance of students. However, conventional testing systems simply give students a score, and do not give them the opportunity to learn how to improve their learning performance. Students would benefit more if the test results could be analyzed and hence advice could be provided accordingly. This study proposes a conceptual map model, which provides learning suggestions by analyzing the subject materials and test results. A testing and diagnostic system is also implemented on computer networks based on the novel approach. Experimental results have demonstrated that the novel approach benefits students and deserves further investigation.
Hwang, G.J. (2003). A conceptual map model for developing intelligent tutoring systems. Computers & Education, 40(3), 217-235. Elsevier Ltd.
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