MetaTutor is an interdisciplinary project involving the design, development, and evaluation
of a web-based intelligent adaptive hypermedia system to (1) model key self-regulatory
processes to foster students’ understanding of science and (2) to provide adaptive
scaffolding during learning about complex science topics.
- Azevedo, R., & Witherspoon, A. M. (in press). Self-regulated learning with hypermedia.
In A. Graesser, J. Dunlosky, & D. Hacker (Eds.), Handbook of metacognition in education. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
- Azevedo, R., Moos, D. C., Greene, J. A., Winters, F. I., & Cromley, J. C. (2008).
Why is externally-regulated learning more eff ective than self-regulated learning
with hypermedia? Educational Technology Research and Development, 56(1), 45–72.
- Azevedo, R., Greene, J. A., & Moos, D. C. (2007). The eff ect of a human agent’s external
regulation upon college students’ hypermedia learning. Metacognition and Learning, 2(2/3), 67–87.
|The ADL-CITSRD is located in the FedEx Institute of Technology (FIT) on the campus of the University of Memphis. Researchers associated with the center are faculty, researchers, post-doctoral fellows, and advanced graduate students in the Institute for Intelligent Systems (IIS). The center researchers have extensive experience in research, development, and evaluation of advanced learning environments.