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Developing for personalised learning: the long road from educational objectives to development and feedback

@article{Tsatiris2021DevelopingFP,
  title={Developing for personalised learning: the long road from educational objectives to development and feedback},
  author={George Tsatiris and Kostas Karpouzis},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2101.11333}
}
objectives to development and feedback George Tsatiris, Kostas Karpouzis Artificial Intelligence and Learning Systems Lab National Technical University of Athens gtsatiris@image.ntua.gr, kkarpou@cs.ntua.gr This paper describes the design and implementation work done to support the functional and teaching requirements of iRead [1], a 4-year EU-funded project on personalised learning technologies to support reading skills. The core software applications developed in the project are a reader… 
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