Paper title: LABEEB: Intelligent Conversational Agent Approach to Enhance Course Teaching and Allied Learning Outcomes attainment
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4316/JACSM.201901001
Published in: Issue 1, (Vol. 13) / 2019Download
Publishing date: 2019-04-16
Pages: 9-12
Author(s): ALMURTADHA Yahya
Abstract. Conversational agents also known as Chatbots are the future of human-machine interaction. Classes with large number of students turn out to be a source of worry to the lecturers since they have to respond to their inquiries immediately. Embedding Chatbots in education systems is a necessity to boost the interaction between students and lectures especially those shy students feel ashamed of asking. Such systems possibly will assist the students to attain better learning outcomes. This paper presents Labeeb (Wiseman in Arabic) a conversational agents respond to student inquiries in specific course, objectives, learning outcomes and academic rules and regulations. Labeeb receives either text or speech inquiries, then respond in both written text and speech reply
Keywords: Chatbot, Conversational Agent, Technology In Education, Technology For Academic Accreditation
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