LeActiveMath (Language-Enhanced, User-Adaptive, Interactive eLearning for Mathematics) is an interdisciplinary European effort that develops an internationalized Web-based intelligent e-Learning system for mathematics that can be used in high school and university as well as for self study. The many technological innovations serve a moderate constructivist and competency-based pedagogical approach. LeActiveMath integrates a number of services and tools and advances the state-of-the-art in semantic search and other usages of semantic representations, presentation of maths on the Web, course generation, coherence of material, exercise selection, modeling of motivation, modeling of competencies, annotation and structure of exercises, feedback and tutorial dialogues in exercises, First evaluations are completed and large ones ahead.
KeywordsComputer Algebra System Intelligent Tutor System Student Model Group Tutorial Semantic Search
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