Building a Community Memory for Intelligent Tutoring Systems

Beverly Woolf, Pat Cunningham

This article discusses the need for multiple experts to work together to develop knowledge representation systems for intelligent tutors. Three case studies are examined in which the need for a pragmatic approach to the problem of knowledge acquisition has become apparent. Example methodologies for building tools for the knowledge acquisition phase are described including specific tasks and criteria that might be used to transfer expertise from several experts to an intelligent tutoring system.

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