ideas: Feedback services for intelligent tutoring systems

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Dependencies array, base (>=4.2 && <5), bytestring, containers, Diff, directory, exceptions, filepath, HDBC, HDBC‑sqlite3, mtl (==2.1.*), multipart, network, network‑uri (>=2.6), old‑locale, old‑time, parsec, QuickCheck (>=2.4.1 && <2.7), random, time, uniplate, wl‑pprint, xhtml [details]
License Apache-2.0
Copyright (c) 2015
Author Bastiaan Heeren, Alex Gerdes, Johan Jeuring
Category Education
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Ideas (Interactive Domain-specific Exercise Assistants) is a joint research project between the Open University of the Netherlands and Utrecht University. The project's goal is to use software and compiler technology to build state-of-the-art components for intelligent tutoring systems (ITS) and learning environments. The ideas software package provides a generic framework for constructing the expert knowledge module (also known as a domain reasoner) for an ITS or learning environment. Domain knowledge is offered as a set of feedback services that are used by external tools such as the digital mathematical environment (DME), MathDox, and the Math-Bridge system. We have developed several domain reasoners based on this framework, including reasoners for mathematics, linear algebra, logic, learning Haskell (the Ask-Elle programming tutor) and evaluating Haskell expressions, and for practicing communication skills (the serious game Communicate!).





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