Recent Meta-reviews and Meta–analyses of AIED Systems

@article{duBoulay2015RecentMA,
  title={Recent Meta-reviews and Meta–analyses of AIED Systems},
  author={John Benedict du Boulay},
  journal={International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education},
  year={2015},
  volume={26},
  pages={536-537}
}
  • John Benedict du Boulay
  • Published 1 March 2016
  • Education
  • International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education
It is pleasing to see that the 25th Anniversary of IJAIED also brings a certain maturity to the field. In the last 5 years there have been a number useful and positive analyses of the effectiveness of AIED systems designed to tutor one-to-one. For example, VanLehn (2011) found that the effectiveness of the Bstep-based^ intelligent tutoring systems he surveyed were nearly as effective as average human tutors, and that neither of these were as effective as expert human tutors, but certainly both… 

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