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Journal of Interactive Learning Research

1999 Volume 10, Number 3

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Special Issue Preface - Intelligent Agents for Educational Computer-Aided Systems

    Piet Kommers & Lora Aroyo, University of Twente

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    pp. 235-242

  2. Agent-Based Computer Tutorial System: An Experiment for Teaching Computer Languages (ATCL)

    Zenya Koono, Mahmoud M. El-Khouly & Behrouz H. Far, Saitama University, Japan

    This paper presents a new vision for intelligent computer aided instuction (ICAI) in the presence of agent technology. An agent-based computer tutorial system consists of two sub-agents; (a)... More

    pp. 275-285

  3. ROADS: An Environment for Developing Automated Intelligent Agents to Suppport Distance Learning

    Simon S.Y. Shim, Shreemathi D. Atreya & Leonard P. Wesley, San Jose State University, United States; Robert P. Booth, Motorola, United States

    We describe work that is intended to extend the state-of-the-art in intelligent agent development environments (ADEs) and is intended to advance the use of automated agents to support distance... More

    pp. 321-333

  4. An Agent-Oriented Approach for Ideational Support in Learning—Integration and Impact

    Lora Aroyo, Svetoslav Stoyanov & Piet Kommers, University of Twente

    This paper provides results from research work done in respect to the application of agent technology within educational settings. It focuses on problem solving, information handling issues and... More

    pp. 389-400