Building Learning System for Content Knowledge and Social Knowledge
Keywords:Intelligent Tutoring System, Social Knowledge, Content Knowledge, Community Learning
In the late 50’s or early 60’s, there were huge interests towards building learning systems for individual learning and they are called with various names such as Intelligent Tutoring System, Microworld, Computer Based Training, Computer Aided System, Intelligent Computer Aided Instruction and others. They are made to be different with regard to the technological approaches and the learning pedagogies, knowledge models and student models. Over the years, the interest of building learning systems has migrated from individual learning on content knowledge to community learning as the result of the recent Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 sociotechnological wave. The paper describes the work that was done to develop the learning system in both situations – content knowledge and social knowledge where the experiences mainly in capturing the knowledge and representing them are different
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