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ArgumentPeer Project

NSF Awards: 1122504

2016 (see original presentation & discussion)


In the ArgumentPeer project, the computer shares responsibility with peers and teacher for helping learners across disciplines (law, science) construct well-warranted arguments. The software provides infrastructure for structuring an argument and can automatically provide feedback about the argument’s structure and what might be missing, and peers critique the content of arguments-in-progress.

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