Sunday August 16, 2015 - 1400 GMT
What was it about?
On Sunday Aug 16 1400 GMT Phil Hubbard joined Vance Stevens to discuss how we and the team at CPI (Courseware Publishing International in Cupertino California) developed Traci Talk and envisaged its use, and accommodate any insights Sherry has after playing with the program. More generally, though, we’d like to open up a discussion about whether there’s a place for interactive participatory dramas these days in language learning. Are there apps out there now that do something similar (branching dialogues with voice)? Would it be possible (or better) to have something like this embedded in a virtual world or other environment? Could a chatbot be programmed as a suitable “suspect”?
How this worked at showtime Aug 16, 2015
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