intelligent tutoring systems, domain knowledge, instructional knowledge, userfriendly interfaces
This study investigates several development of intelligent issues central to tutoring systems: the ( 1) representing domain knowledge, (2) representing instructional knowledge, (3) modeling student learning, and (4) developing userfriendly interfaces. The focus of domain learning tasks includes accounting basics, often covered in the first few chapters of an accounting principles course.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Meservy, Rayman D., "Accounting Tutor: Intelligent Computer-Aided Instruction" (1993). Faculty Publications. 3243.
Marriott School of Management