Allowing trainers to author their own learning content

Debbie Richards, Meredith Kathleen Taylor, John Porte

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Abstract

Computer Based Training can allow convenient and independent learning opportunities in the workplace and classroom. Developing these learning modules to contain content specific to an organisation, however, can be costly and beyond the reach of small companies. For the classroom teacher, development of modules is typically impractical due to time and skill requirements. For a learning environment inhabited by agents, we need a means by which the teacher/trainer can select appropriate agents and tell the agents what to do which also captures the appropriate domain, problem solving and pedagogical knowledge to be transferred to the student. We offer a simple and practical approach which allows training scenarios to be developed and knowledge to be acquired concurrently as the trainer interacts with the system and existing scenarios.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of EduMAS 2009
EditorsMartin Beer, Maria Fasli, Debbie Richards
Place of PublicationBudapest, Hungary
PublisherAAMAS
Pages39-46
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2009
EventInternational Workshop on the Educational Uses of Multi-Agent Systems - Budapest, Hungary
Duration: 12 May 200912 May 2009

Workshop

WorkshopInternational Workshop on the Educational Uses of Multi-Agent Systems
CityBudapest, Hungary
Period12/05/0912/05/09

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    Richards, D., Taylor, M. K., & Porte, J. (2009). Allowing trainers to author their own learning content. In M. Beer, M. Fasli, & D. Richards (Eds.), Proceedings of EduMAS 2009 (pp. 39-46). Budapest, Hungary: AAMAS.