Printed Media, Hypertext and Chatterbots in Learning
This paper compares the influence of printed media, hypertext and chatterbots in the learning process of undergraduate business students. It has been found that chatterbots provide better results in terms of learning, especially in regard to the students’ ability to answer discursive questions. The conclusion is that a chatterbot is more effective than hypertext and printed media for educational purposes.
KeywordsChatterbots Hypermedia Learning systems
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