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Applied artificial intelligence for teaching numeric topics in engineering disciplines
(Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1996)
This paper presents a model of Computer Integrated Learning Environments (CILE) as adopted by TLTP Byzantium and the role of an Intelligent Tutoring Tool (ITT) within this model. It reviews the implementation of artificial ...
Cognitive Apprenticeship Learning - Ensuring Far Transfer of Knowledge Through Computer-Based Assessment
(Kogan Page, 2003)
The notion of computer-based assessment encompasses both the formative and summative assessments. The former provides opportunities for self-testing and is crucial for convincing the learners that they have learnt something. ...
Byzantium for learning accounting in English Business Schools
(Kogan Page, 2003)
This paper describes Byzantium’s design, development and evaluation, and discusses how students and staff can use the software. It includes details of its successful use at Business Schools in two English universities, ...
Intelligent and Adaptive Systems
Intelligence and adaptation have been very important factors in designing learning systems. While the research in the field has yielded much useful information, a lot more remains to be done. We suggest that adopting a ...
Corporate community involvement disclosures in annual report: A measure of corporate community development or a signal of CSR observance?
(Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2012-05)
The purpose of this study is to examine whether corporate community involvement disclosures (CCID) in annual reports can be construed as a measure of corporate community development (CCD) or a mere signal of corporate ...
Assessment in a Cognitive Apprenticeship Based Learning Environment - Potential and Pitfalls
(Kogan Page Staff and Educational Development Association, 1999)
The Cognitive Apprenticeship-Based Learning Environments (CABLE) approach to designing tutoring systems is very popular, especially within the applied domains where learning is more concerned with the operational knowledge. ...
Short-selling constraints and 'quantitative' investment strategies
Does board independence influence financial performance in IPO firms? The moderating role of the national business system
Prior evidence suggests that board independence may enhance financial performance, but this relationship has been tested almost exclusively for Anglo-American countries. To explore the boundary conditions of this prominent ...