Towards Non-invasive Adaptive Meta-Cognitive Support for Online Training
Citation:Adam Moore, Owen Conlan, Declan Dagger, Vincent Wade, Towards Non-invasive Adaptive Meta-Cognitive Support for Online Training, 11th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT), Athens, Georgia, USA, 6-8 July 2011, IEEE, 2011, 541 542
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Online training is an increasingly important facet of the skills enhancing portfolio of any organization and has an especial place within life-long learning, career development and other self-regulated adult learning. We here present an overview of work towards developing online training, which is augmented by contextual cues, training which is personalized and adapted, in real-time, towards the learning objectives of the user, whilst supporting a wide range of meta-cognitive activities. This work brings technologies developed for the fantastical scenarios of serious gaming into the 'real world' - we also begin to address some of the underlying challenges in this transition.
Type of material:Poster
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