Technology for learning is developing at an enormous speed. Using this technology, students can ideally work from any place, at any time, and can get immediate feedback on their work. However, tasks are sometimes simplified by relying on multiple-choice tests or manual correction/assessment. Within the Ideas project we aim to deliver technologies that address this bottleneck by developing techniques that help with automatically calculating feedback and feed forward for complicated tasks in domains such as mathematics, programming, logic, or even communication skills.
The Ideas project