4 edition of Handbook of research on culturally-aware information technology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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|Publishers||Information Science Reference|
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|Pagination||xvi, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
This book provides readers with the possibility of acquiring in-depth knowledge of the theoretical and technological research conducted in IT in relation to culture--Provided by publisher. File Size: 9MB.
As suggested by Chandrasekaran et al. A clear and explicit distinction between context and culture in the knowledge models used in intelligent tutoring systems ITSs and distance education systems DES is crucial if we want to facilitate 1 their consideration in pedagogical scenarios for teaching and learningand 2 the accumulation of knowledge about different contexts and cultures, in order to use it to improve learning and teaching.
Identifying complex cultural interactions in the instructional design process: A case study of a cross- border, cross- sector training for innovation program [Dissertation].
Each of these elements will be explained in more detail in Section 3. His research interests include non-parametric data analyses, knowledge-based systems, ontological engineering, and intelligent learning support systems. This sub-section closes with the work of Vossen and his colleagues who describe KYOTO, a wiki for establishing semantic interoperability for knowledge sharing across languages and cultures.
Using formal ontology engineering techniques, the Upper Ontology of Culture UOC project aims to develop a generic conceptualization of the cultural domain, neutral and interdisciplinary, by identifying the cultural backbone common to culture-related disciplines and activities.
She trained in ontological engineering methodology at Mizoguchi Laboratory University of Osaka, Japan between 2004 and 2006. Such an approach allows for making explicit the functionalities of culture and opens a door to concrete and practical solutions for cultural adaptation in ITSs and DES. He has been intensively involved in organizing many international conferences as Conference chairs, Program chairs, and Program committee members.
PY - 2010 Y1 - 2010 M3 - Chapter SN - 9781615208838 SP - 265 EP - 294 Handbook of research on culturally-aware information technology - Handbook of Research on Culturally-Aware Information Technology. They also identify paths of potential research directions focusing on general intercultural competence, learner assessment, as well as cultural model building and validation.
Adaptable aspects in user interfaces are identified in addition to aspects to be included in a cultural user model., which open the door to behavioral prediction and adaptability of training content, provides excellent opportunities for the integration of learning transfer and adaptation concerns. Among others, they model Corsican oral myths.
Original language English Title of host publication Handbook of Research on Culturally-Aware Information Technology.
To allow development teams to consider cultures in a scientifically-sound and cross-disciplinary way, i.
In CATS 2008: Workshop on Culturally-Aware Tutoring Systems, 83.