Software agents and the 'human factor' in the electronic classroom

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Dowling, Carolyn. (2002). Software agents and the 'human factor' in the electronic classroom. In Sue McNamara & (Ed.). Untangling the Web-Establishing Learning Links: Proceedings of the Australian Society for Educational Technology International Conference 2002. Melbourne, Australia: Australian Society for Educational Technology.
AuthorsDowling, Carolyn
KeywordsArtificial Intelligence and Image Processing not elsewhere classified;--Information processing servicesStrategic Basic
Year2002
PublisherAustralian Society for Educational Technology
Research GroupPeter Faber Business School
Place of publicationMelbourne, Australia
EditorsSue McNamara &
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