Animated Pedagogical Agents : Face-to-Face Interaction in Interactive Learning Environments

@inproceedings{Johnson1999AnimatedPA,
  title={Animated Pedagogical Agents : Face-to-Face Interaction in Interactive Learning Environments},
  author={W. Lewis Johnson and Jeff Rickel},
  year={1999}
}
Recent years have witnessed the birth of a new paradigm for learning environments: animated pedagogical agents. These lifelike autonomous characters cohabit learning environments with students to create rich, face-to-face learning interactions. This opens up exciting new possibilities; for example, agents can demonstrate complex tasks, employ locomotion and gesture to focus students’ attention on the most salient aspect of the task at hand, and convey emotional responses to the tutorial… CONTINUE READING
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