Using Language Technologies to Diagnose Learner´s Conceptual Development

Adriana Berlanga, Marco Kalz, Slavi Stoyanov, Peter Van Rosmalen, Alisdair Smithies, Isobel Braidman

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    Formative feedback can provide information about how learners develop their competences in a knowledge domain. This information can determine learners’ progress and is essential in suggesting remedial actions which overcome gaps in knowledge. Finding this information, however, is a time consuming task. This paper elaborates the theoretical background of conceptual development, and argues that it can be (semi) automatically diagnosed using Language Technologies. It also presents, as future work, a description of a pilot that will be conducted to explore how existing tools that automatically generate concept maps, can be used to diagnose learner’s conceptual development.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalDefault journal
    Publication statusPublished - 3 Feb 2009


    • LTfLL
    • conceptual development
    • language technologies


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