A hypermedia approach to the design of an intelligent tutoring system.
McGinn, Elizabeth Marie
Pratt, David R.
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A hypermedia approach to designing intelligent tutoring systems (ITS) is presented. Animated "page-turners" limited to one knowledge domain represent the majority of ITSs that have been developed in the past several years. They have failed to improve the value or effectiveness of training delivery systems. A need exists to expand present microworld, "page-turner" computer-based instruction applications into complete curricula capable of providing an array of teaching strategies and learning activities for students-in short, a comprehensive instructional environment. A tutorial module designed with hypermedia capabilities, supported by multimedia devices, could generate a more comprehensive set of knowledge-based explanations for students as well as provide a richer learning environment for them to explore. In addition to providing an interactive learning environment for students, a hypermedia-based tutorial module can be an aid to instructors in curricula design. The applicability of hypermedia concepts was reviewed and applied with a prototype Linguist Workstation being developed by the Basic Military Language Course (BMLC) Project at the Defense Language Institute (DLI), Presidio of Monterey.
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