Type

Other / n/a

Authors

Adam Moore
Owen Conlan
Declan Dagger
Vincent Patrick Wade

Subjects

Education

Topics
life long learning training support digital research communications intelligent systems informatics self learning adult learning real time

Towards Non-invasive Adaptive Meta-Cognitive Support for Online Training (2011)

Abstract Online training is an increasingly important facet of the skills enhancing portfolio of any organization and has an especial place within life-long learning, career development and other self-regulated adult learning. We here present an overview of work towards developing online training, which is augmented by contextual cues, training which is personalized and adapted, in real-time, towards the learning objectives of the user, whilst supporting a wide range of meta-cognitive activities. This work brings technologies developed for the fantastical scenarios of serious gaming into the 'real world' - we also begin to address some of the underlying challenges in this transition.
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Adam Moore, Owen Conlan, Declan Dagger, Vincent Patrick Wade

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