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Conference Papers Year : 2002

On the Social Rational Mirror: Learning E-Commerce in a Web-Served Learning Environment

Abstract

Recent work in our teams focused on a methodology, called Phi - calculus, the aim of which is to study the process of interaction between a human - or a group - and a machine when the former is interested on using certain capabilities of the latter in order to improve the task of explicitating knowledge in a coherent and unambiguous fashion. Our more recent work consisted on examining how Phi-calculus might be instantiated in the context of Human Education. The result is a Web-served Learning Environment, called PhiInEd, to assist both the planning and the execution phases of a course. PhiInEd has been used by a class of D.E.A. on Business Contracts.
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lirmm-00268441 , version 1 (01-04-2008)

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Germana Menezes da Nóbrega, Stefano A. Cerri, Jean Sallantin. On the Social Rational Mirror: Learning E-Commerce in a Web-Served Learning Environment. ITS: Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Jun 2002, San Sebastián, Spain. pp.41-50. ⟨lirmm-00268441⟩
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