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Title: Higher-Order Cognition in Personalised Adaptive eLearning
Author: MAC ARTHUR, VICTORIA
CONLAN, OWEN
Sponsor: Irish Research Council for Science Engineering and Technology
Author's Homepage: http://people.tcd.ie/owconlan
Keywords: Metacognition
Adaptive Services
Personalisation
eLearning
Issue Date: 2008
Citation: Macarthur, V., Conlan, O., Higher-Order Cognition in Personalised Adaptive eLearning, International Workshop on Cognitive Aspects in Intelligent and Adaptive Web-based Educational Systems held at the 16th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE08), Taiwan, 27-31 October 2008, Graf, S., Kinshuk, 2008, 19 - 23
Abstract: In nature, the Goby fish lives in symbiosis with the burrowing shrimp; serving as a watchman in return for a place to live. Current adaptive learning systems hold an ambiguous position that attempts to compensate for real-world interaction. This paper presents a novel symbiotic-dialog approach to abstract cognitive skill training. The approach is implemented within Goby, a third-party symbiotic service that will support the acquisition of a metacognitive repertoire, within the context of a host eLearning system.
Description: PUBLISHED
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2262/39165
Related links: https://www.cs.tcd.ie/Owen.Conlan/publications/icce2008_ciawes_macarthur.pdf
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