Knowledge matchmaking in Learning Networks: Alleviating the tutor load by mutually connecting learning network users
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: Knowledge matchmaking in Learning Networks: Alleviating the tutor load by mutually connecting learning network users
Abstract : Tutors have only limited time to support the learning process. In this paper we introduce a model that helps to answer the questions of students. It invokes the knowledge and skills of fellow-students, who jointly form an ad hoc, transient community. The paper situates the model within the context of a Learning Network, a self-organized, distributed system, designed to facilitate lifelong learning in a particular knowledge domain. We will discuss the design of the model and explain how we select and support capable peers. Finally, we will examine the calibration of the model and a simulation, which is intended to verify if the model is fit for use in experiments with students. The results indicate that, indeed, it is possible to identify and support capable peers efficiently and effectively.
: Computer Science
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