Hybrid Human-AI Curriculum Development for Personalised Informal Learning Environments

  title={Hybrid Human-AI Curriculum Development for Personalised Informal Learning Environments},
  author={Mohammadreza Tavakoli and Abdolali Faraji and Mohammadreza Molavi and Stefan T. Mol and G'abor Kismih'ok},
  journal={LAK22: 12th International Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference},
Informal learning procedures have been changing extremely fast over the recent decades not only due to the advent of online learning, but also due to changes in what humans need to learn to meet their various life and career goals. Consequently, online, educational platforms are expected to provide personalized, up-to-date curricula to assist learners. Therefore, in this paper, we propose an Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Crowdsourcing based approach to create and update curricula for… 
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