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Researchers of artificial intelligence in education have been developing adaptive learning material for complex domains such as programming languages, mathematics, medicine, physics, avionics troubleshooting, pulp and paper mill factories, and electronics. The actual learning material is itself, however, only part of the total learning environment (LE) within which learning takes place. This paper presents an extension to the brief overview of an LE first described by Sandberg and Barnard (1993) and Sandberg (1994), and later augmented by Schneider and Peraya (1995). The LE is presented as a conceptual glue which binds several areas of research in an effort to provide a complete and cohesive environment within which the learner is central.
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