A Multi-layered Architecture for Managing Graphical Interfaces and Tutoring Mixed-strategy Dialogues

Mahmoud Boufaïda Patrick Barril 1
1 SRC - Systèmes répartis et coopératifs
LIP6 - Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris 6
Abstract : This paper describes a tool set that allows a courseware author to design a student interface. These tools produce systems dedicated to intelligent computer aided learning, with a better balance between planned tutoring and free-exploration of micro-worlds. Mixing these two approaches leads to a distinction between the pedagogical objectives and the presentation elements. Reactive graphical interfaces are better suited to develop micro-worlds, while the tutoring relies on pedagogical strategies. Then, a multi-layered architecture is designed in order to use such a graphical student interface under the control of teaching strategies and intentional dialogues. Tutoring rules drive these dialogues by combining several types of functions: predefined strategies, interaction management primitives and pedagogical tactics. These functions are means to articulate the reactive and graphical level with the logical and intentional one.
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Mahmoud Boufaïda, Patrick Barril. A Multi-layered Architecture for Managing Graphical Interfaces and Tutoring Mixed-strategy Dialogues. Software: Practice and Experience, Wiley, 1999, 29 (13), pp.1223-1239. ⟨10.1002/(SICI)1097-024X(199911)29:13<1223::AID-SPE279>3.0.CO;2-Q⟩. ⟨hal-01198797⟩

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