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Title: Using Language Technologies to Diagnose Learner´s Conceptual Development
Authors: Berlanga, Adriana
Kalz, Marco
Stoyanov, Slavi
Van Rosmalen, Peter
Smithies, Alisdair
Braidman, Isobel
Keywords: LTfLL
conceptual development
language technologies
Issue Date: 3-Feb-2009
Abstract: Formative feedback can provide information about how learners develop their competences in a knowledge domain. This information can determine learners’ progress and is essential in suggesting remedial actions which overcome gaps in knowledge. Finding this information, however, is a time consuming task. This paper elaborates the theoretical background of conceptual development, and argues that it can be (semi) automatically diagnosed using Language Technologies. It also presents, as future work, a description of a pilot that will be conducted to explore how existing tools that automatically generate concept maps, can be used to diagnose learner’s conceptual development.
Description: Berlanga, A. J., Kalz, M., Stoyanov, S., Van Rosmalen, P., Smithies, A., & Braidman, I. (2009). Using Language Technologies to Diagnose Learner’s Conceptual Development. In I. Aedo., N. Chen, Kinshuk, D. Sampson & L. Zaitseva (Eds.), Proceedings of the 9th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT2009) (pp. 669-673). July, 14-18, 2009, Riga, Latvia: IEEE.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/1782
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