Integrating GIFT and AutoTutor with Sharable Knowledge Objects (SKOs)

  title={Integrating GIFT and AutoTutor with Sharable Knowledge Objects (SKOs)},
  author={Benjamin Nye},
  booktitle={AIED Workshops},
AutoTutor and the Generalized Intelligent Framework for Tutoring (GIFT) are two separate projects that have independently recognized the need for greater interoperability and modularity between intelligent tutoring systems. To this end, both projects are moving toward service-oriented delivery of tutoring. A project is currently underway to integrate AutoTutor and GIFT. This paper describes the Sharable Knowledge Object (SKO) framework, a serviceoriented, publish and subscribe architecture for… CONTINUE READING

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