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Validating a Computer-based Tutor that Promotes Self-Regulated Writing-to-Learn

Abstract : In this chapter, we introduce Apex 2.1 (i.e., Assistant for Preparing EXams), a prototype system that provides automated feedback to e-learning students on the summaries they wrote about the courses they attended. At first we present some theoretical underpinnings on how the system has been designed then we detail Apex 2.1 architecture. Eventually, the first results of a validation study involving three groups of stakeholders (students, teacher, administrator) are presented. The utility, acceptability and usability of the system are examined.
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Virginie Zampa, Philippe Dessus. Validating a Computer-based Tutor that Promotes Self-Regulated Writing-to-Learn. Y. Psaromiligkos; T. Spyridakos; S. Retalis. Evaluation in e-learning, Nova Publishers, pp.159-172, 2012, 978-1-61942-942-0. ⟨hal-01487714⟩

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