A highly flexible student driven architecture for computer based instruction
We propose a domain independent framework for computer based instruction systems capable of generating custom courses. A salient property of our framework is that the corpus content, pedagogical course structure, and course delivery are independent. The system does not use a student model. We believe that the student is the best model of himself and provide him with the power to dynamically change the course's delivery.
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