Moffat Mathews
Moffat Mathews
Dean (College of Engineering), Senior Lecturer, University of Canterbury
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Do your eyes give it away? Using eye tracking data to understand students’ attitudes towards open student model representations
M Mathews, A Mitrovic, B Lin, J Holland, N Churcher
International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 422-427, 2012
542012
Detecting gaming the system in constraint-based tutors
RSJ d Baker, A Mitrović, M Mathews
International Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation, and Personalization …, 2010
432010
Supporting constructive video-based learning: requirements elicitation from exploratory studies
A Mitrovic, V Dimitrova, L Lau, A Weerasinghe, M Mathews
International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, 224-237, 2017
322017
Modeling and studying gaming the system with educational data mining
RSJ d Baker, AT Corbett, I Roll, KR Koedinger, V Aleven, M Cocea, ...
International handbook of metacognition and learning technologies, 97-115, 2013
282013
Evolution of wireless LAN security architecture to IEEE 802.11 i (WPA2)
M Mathews, R Hunt
Proceedings of the Fourth IASTED Asian Conference on Communication Systems …, 2007
272007
Semantic integration of adaptive educational systems
S Sosnovsky, P Brusilovsky, M Yudelson, A Mitrovic, M Mathews, A Kumar
Advances in ubiquitous user modelling, 134-158, 2009
232009
Thermo-Tutor: An intelligent tutoring system for thermodynamics
A Mitrovic, C Williamson, A Bebbington, M Mathews, P Suraweera, ...
2011 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON), 378-385, 2011
212011
Data-driven misconception discovery in constraint-based intelligent tutoring systems
M Elmadani, M Mathews, A Mitrovic
University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering, 2012
192012
Investigating the effectiveness of problem templates on learning in intelligent tutoring systems
M Mathews
University of Canterbury, 2006
16*2006
A virtual reality environment for rehabilitation of prospective memory in stroke patients
M Mathews, A Mitrovic, S Ohlsson, J Holland, A McKinley
Procedia Computer Science 96, 7-15, 2016
152016
How does students’ help-seeking behaviour affect learning?
M Mathews, T Mitrović
International conference on intelligent tutoring systems, 363-372, 2008
152008
Learning from worked examples, erroneous examples, and problem solving: Toward adaptive selection of learning activities
X Chen, A Mitrovic, M Mathews
IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies 13 (1), 135-149, 2019
142019
Computer-based post-stroke rehabilitation of prospective memory
A Mitrovic, M Mathews, S Ohlsson, J Holland, A McKinlay
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 5 (2), 204-214, 2016
142016
Investigating the effectiveness of problem templates on learning in intelligent tutoring systems
M Mathews
University of Canterbury, 2006
132006
Analysing high-level help-seeking behaviour in ITSs
M Mathews, T Mitrović, D Thomson
International Conference on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-Based …, 2008
122008
A virtual reality environment for prospective memory training
A Mitrovic, M Mathews, S Ohlsson, J Holland, A McKinlay, S Ogden, ...
University of Canterbury, 2014
112014
Evaluation of spatial abilities through tabletop AR
M Mathews, M Challa, CT Chu, G Jian, H Seichter, R Grasset
Proceedings of the 8th ACM SIGCHI New Zealand chapter's international …, 2007
112007
Do Erroneous Examples Improve Learning in Addition to Problem Solving and Worked Examples?
X Chen, A Mitrovic, M Mathews
International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 13-22, 2016
102016
A Framework for Multiple Adaptable Pedagogical Strategies in Intelligent Tutoring Systems
MM Mathews
University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering, 2012
92012
A Framework for Multiple Adaptable Pedagogical Strategies in Intelligent Tutoring Systems
MM Mathews
University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering, 2012
92012
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