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14th IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Communication Networks, CICN 2022 ; : 566-571, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2230831


Due to the Covid-19 epidemic the need for digital E-learning systems become mandatory. Also, most sectors that faced a shortage in E-learning systems are performing laboratory experiments remotely. For this reason, this research paper focuses on providing a complete Laboratory Learning Management System (LLMS) with generic and intelligent performance evaluation for experiments. The new LLMS offers many services from intelligently and automatically doing performance assessments and assistance for the students while performing the experiments online. The new performance assessment module provides regular assessment for experimental steps added to it the intelligent automatic assessment that detects if the students performed the experiments correctly from their mouse dynamics using an AI algorithm. Moreover, the new LLMS uses an analytic module to provide the teachers with analyzed results and charts to describe the behavior of students in various performed experiments. Regarding, the new performance assistant module provides students with complete assistance by pressing the help button to trigger the virtual tutor to explain any experimental steps. Furthermore, it intelligently to collects the mouse dynamics of the student performing the experiments and uses AI algorithms to detect if students face difficulties and provide them with suitable help automatically. Moreover, it can open a chat session with a real teaching assistant or a classmate to help the students. Furthermore, the new performance assessment and assistant services are considered generic because they used the mouse dynamic behavior of students which is suitable for any type of software used in the laboratory, without the need for a special device or extra cost. © 2022 IEEE.

14th IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Communication Networks, CICN 2022 ; : 282-288, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2229735


There is a great interest in online learning systems, especially due to COVID-19 pandemic. However, there are a lot of limitations and challenges of online laboratory learning systems. This paper presents an efficient technique that provides an intelligent virtual tutor for online laboratory environment, as in engineering and science sectors. Based on the analysis of the student's mouse activities, the AI virtual Assistant or virtual tutor will automatically estimate the difficulties that the student stuck during conducting the steps of lab's experiment. Hence, the virtual tutor can assist the student, accordingly. The technique is based on multi-threshold that are used to discriminate different levels of difficulties. The values of these thresholds are estimated and optimized via the genetic algorithm. The experimental results show that discrimination between different student behaviors can be achieved accurately and efficiently. © 2022 IEEE.