Tahar Bouhadada, Mohamed-Tayeb Laskri
Interactive learning environment, LCS, DTL strategy, companion, distance learning, troublemaker.
This paper describes the architecture of an Interactive Learning Environment (ILE) on internet using companions, one of which is a human and geographically distant from the learning site. The achieved system rests on a 3-tier customer/server architecture (customer, web server, data and applications server) where human and software actors can communicate via the internet and use the DTL learning strategy. It contains five main actors: a tutor actor in charge to guide the learner; a system actor whose role is to manage and to control the accesses to the system; a teacher actor in charge of the management and the updating of the different bases; a learner actor who represents the main actor of the system for whom is dedicated the teaching. Also, a learning companion actor whose role can be sometimes as an assistant, and other times as a troublemaker.
T. Bouhadada, M.-T. Laskri
Research Group on Artificial Intelligence (GRIA/LRI)
Department of computing
BP:12 Annaba 23000 Algeria
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