This paper describes an architecture for the usage of Instructional Design ID knowledge in intelligent instructional systems. In contrast with other architectures, ontologies are used to represent ID knowledge about both what to teach and how to teach. Moreover, settheoretic reasoning is used for the provision of inferential services. In particular, the paper shows how settheoretic deductions can be applied i to support the modelling of ID knowledge bases, ii to retrieve suitable teaching methods from them, and iii to detect errors in a training design. The intelligent knowledge management environment CONCEPTOOL is used to demonstrate the benefits of the proposed architecture.
Interactive Technology and Smart Education – Emerald Publishing
Published: Aug 31, 2004
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