By Paula J. Durlach, Alan M. Lesgold

This edited quantity presents an outline of the most recent developments in adaptive education expertise. clever tutoring has been deployed for well-defined and comparatively static academic domain names akin to algebra and geometry. despite the fact that, this adaptive method of computer-based education has but to return into wider utilization for domain names which are much less good outlined or the place student-system interactions are much less established, similar to in the course of scenario-based simulation and immersive severe video games. so that it will tackle how you can extend the succeed in of adaptive education know-how to those domain names, prime specialists within the box current their paintings in components corresponding to pupil modeling, pedagogical method, wisdom overview, normal language processing, and digital human brokers. a number of techniques to designing adaptive expertise are mentioned for either conventional academic settings education domain names. This ebook will entice a person concerned about academic and coaching know-how at a certified point, together with researchers, education platforms builders, and architects.

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