In this paper, we present the analysis and modelling of Help&Learn, an agent-based peer-to-peer helpdesk system to support extra-class interactions among students and teachers. Help&Learn expands the student’s possibility of solving problems, getting involved in a cooperative learning experience that transcends the limits of classrooms. To model Help&Learn, we have used Agent-Object-Relationship Modeling Language (AORML), an UML extension for agent-oriented information systems modeling. The aim of this research is two-fold. On one hand, we aim at modeling the variety of roles and the complexity of their interactions and activities within the Help&Learn system. On the other hand, we aim at showing the expressive power and the modeling strengths of AORML.
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|
|Event||Brazilian Symposium on Computers in Education, IV Workshop on Agent-based Learning Environments - Sao Leopoldo, Brazil|
Duration: 12 Nov 2002 → 12 Nov 2002
|Workshop||Brazilian Symposium on Computers in Education, IV Workshop on Agent-based Learning Environments|
|Period||12/11/02 → 12/11/02|
|Other||12 Nov 2002|