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Building Intelligent Interactive Tutors: Student-centered strategies for revolutionizing e-learning

by Beverly Park Woolf

New Digital Media and Learning as an Emerging Area and "Worked Examples" as a Way Forward

by James Paul Gee


International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning





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JG John Graves, PhD Student, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand,


JG: I liked Woolf's book for the thorough discussion of techniques actually used for building tutors.

JG: Gee's book looks interesting for his discussion of the question "How can work in digital media achieve enough commonality for contributors to engage in fruitful collaboration and the accumulation of shared knowledge?