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The Generation of E-Learning Exercise Problems from Subject Ontologies

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The Generation of E-Learning Exercise Problems from Subject Ontologies
The teaching/ learning of cognitive skills, such as problem-solving, is an important goal in most forms of education. In well-structured subject areas certain exercise problem types may be precisely described by means of machine-processable knowledge structures or ontologies. These ontologies can readily be used to generate individual problem examples for the student, where each problem consists of a question and its solution. An example is given from the subject domain of computer databases.
Edmond Holohan, Mark Melia, Declan McMullen, Claus
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where ICALT
Authors Edmond Holohan, Mark Melia, Declan McMullen, Claus Pahl
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