Knowledge Acquisition for Adaptive Collaborative Learning Environments

@inproceedings{Soller2000KnowledgeAF,
  title={Knowledge Acquisition for Adaptive Collaborative Learning Environments},
  author={Amy Soller and Alan M. Lesgold},
  year={2000}
}
Success in collaboratively learning subject matter means both learning the subject matter (collaborating to learn), and learning how to effectively manage the team interac tion (learning to collaborate). Supporting on-line learn ing teams means supporting both these activities. We focus on the problem of assimilating the knowledge needed to add ress interaction problems that may arise during collabor tive learning sessions. This involves gathering knowledg e about the types of problems that… CONTINUE READING

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