Automated tutoring for a database skills training environment
Kenny, Claire and Pahl, Claus (2005) Automated tutoring for a database skills training environment. In: SIGCSE 2005 - 36th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education, 23-27 Feb 2005, St. Louis, USA. ISBN 1-58113-997-7
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Universities are increasingly offering courses online. Feedback, assessment, and guidance are important features of this online courseware. Together, in the absence of a human tutor, they aid the student in the learning process. We present a programming training environment for a database course. It aims to offer a substitute for classroom based learning by providing synchronous automated feedback to the student, along with guidance based on a personalized assessment. The automated tutoring system should promote procedural knowledge acquisition and skills training. An automated tutoring feature is an integral part of this tutoring system.
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