Situated Pedagogical Authoring: Authoring Intelligent Tutors from a Student’s Perspective (bibtex)
by Chad Lane, H., Core, Mark G., Hays, Matthew J., Auerbach, Daniel and Rosenberg, Milton
Abstract:
We describe the Situated Pedagogical Authoring (SitPed) system that seeks to allow non-technical authors to create ITS content for soft-skills training, such as counseling skills. SitPed is built on the assertion that authoring tools should use the learner’s perspective to the greatest extent possible. SitPed provides tools for creating tasks lists, authoring assessment knowledge, and creating tutor messages. We present preliminary findings of a two-phase study comparing authoring in SitPed to an ablated version of the same system and a spreadsheet-based control. Findings suggest modest advantages for SitPed in terms of the quality of the authored content and student learning.
Reference:
Situated Pedagogical Authoring: Authoring Intelligent Tutors from a Student’s Perspective (Chad Lane, H., Core, Mark G., Hays, Matthew J., Auerbach, Daniel and Rosenberg, Milton), In Artificial Intelligence in Education, Springer International Publishing, volume 9112, 2015.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{chad_lane_situated_2015,
	address = {Madrid, Spain},
	title = {Situated {Pedagogical} {Authoring}: {Authoring} {Intelligent} {Tutors} from a {Student}’s {Perspective}},
	volume = {9112},
	isbn = {978-3-319-19772-2 978-3-319-19773-9},
	shorttitle = {Situated {Pedagogical} {Authoring}},
	url = {http://ict.usc.edu/pubs/Situated%20Pedagogical%20Authoring-Authoring%20Intelligent.pdf},
	abstract = {We describe the Situated Pedagogical Authoring (SitPed) system that seeks to allow non-technical authors to create ITS content for soft-skills training, such as counseling skills. SitPed is built on the assertion that authoring tools should use the learner’s perspective to the greatest extent possible. SitPed provides tools for creating tasks lists, authoring assessment knowledge, and creating tutor messages. We present preliminary findings of a two-phase study comparing authoring in SitPed to an ablated version of the same system and a spreadsheet-based control. Findings suggest modest advantages for SitPed in terms of the quality of the authored content and student learning.},
	booktitle = {Artificial {Intelligence} in {Education}},
	publisher = {Springer International Publishing},
	author = {Chad Lane, H. and Core, Mark G. and Hays, Matthew J. and Auerbach, Daniel and Rosenberg, Milton},
	month = jun,
	year = {2015},
	keywords = {Learning Sciences, UARC},
	pages = {195--204}
}
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