Replicating Human Interaction to Support E-Learning

Replicating Human Interaction to Support E-Learning

William A. Janvier (Liverpool John Moores University, UK) and Claude Ghaoui (Liverpool John Moores University, UK)
Copyright: © 2006 |Pages: 10
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-562-7.ch074
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Abstract

HCI-related subjects need to be considered to make e-learning more effective; examples of such subjects are: psychology, sociology, cognitive science, ergonomics, computer science, software engineering, users, design, usability evaluation, learning styles, teaching styles, communication preference, personality types, and neuro-linguistic programming language patterns. This article discusses the way some components of HI can be introduced to increase the effectiveness of e-learning by using an intuitive interactive e-learning tool that incorporates communication preference (CP), specific learning styles (LS), neurolinguistic programming (NLP) language patterns, and subliminal text messaging. The article starts by looking at the current state of distance learning tools (DLTs), intelligent tutoring systems (ITS) and “the way we learn”. It then discusses HI and shows how this was implemented to enhance the learning experience.

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