Exploiting Vision and Speech in Advanced E-learning Systems

@inproceedings{Porta2006ExploitingVA,
  title={Exploiting Vision and Speech in Advanced E-learning Systems},
  author={Marco Porta},
  year={2006}
}
Technological advances offer new paradigms for training, allowing novel forms of teaching and learning to be devised; unfortunately, however, many e-learning systems are still based on complex procedures and unusable interfaces, which are regarded as intimidating, confusing or simply frustrating by the user. In this paper we consider the possibility of exploiting vision and speech as intuitive communication channels, to enhance the quality of the interaction between users and e-learning… CONTINUE READING

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