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DESIGNING CULTURALLY-AWARE TUTORING SYSTEMS WITH MAUOC, THE MORE ADVANCED UPPER ONTOLOGY OF CULTURE

@inproceedings{Blanchard2014DESIGNINGCT,
  title={DESIGNING CULTURALLY-AWARE TUTORING SYSTEMS WITH MAUOC, THE MORE ADVANCED UPPER ONTOLOGY OF CULTURE},
  author={Emmanuel G. Blanchard and R. Mizoguchi},
  year={2014}
}
TEL systems are reaching societies where they were almost completely unavailable previously. This makes the importance of culture in TEL systems more salient as they need to accommodate an expanding cultural-geographical user base. Indeed it is known that culture has a huge impact on educational expectations and norms, and the way people efficiently learn. However, culture remains a difficult concept to integrate into the already complex TEL microcosm, and the design and development of theory… CONTINUE READING
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