Published in Proceedings of the Fourth IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT '04), September 1, 2004, pages 828-830. DOI: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/ICALT.2004.1357674.
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Developing successful Web-based learning environments has shown to be a challenging and difficult endeavor  that requires knowledge from multiple domains like pedagogy, psychology, knowledge engineering, software engineering, and Web technologies. Their lack of individual preferred ways of instruction is a challenge we address in this paper.
We introduce a Web-based learning environment that teaches concepts from Artificial Intelligence to college students. This environment is intended to be used as a complementary tool for the standard lectures. By adapting the instruction and learning material to the individual student’s learning style the tutorial gives the student a personal learning experience and it was our expectation that the tutorial would increase the user’s knowledge and interest about the topic. Results and feedback were gathered from the students.