Methods for path evaluation in dynamic storyboards

Böck, Ronald; Knauf, Rainer GND; Sakurai, Yoshitaka; Tsuruta, Setsuo

A university study is a flexible but complicated system. Therefore, many students are not able to finish their studies in the designated time. To face this problem, Tokyo Denki University introduced a Dynamic Learning Need Reflection System (DLNRS). Also, a storyboarding concept was introduced to model the network of opportunities to compose subjects towards a complete study. DLNRS supports students in scheduling a semester and storyboarding for long term career planning. Here, we introduce methods to estimate success chances for a path through a storyboard. The methods are based on AI technologies such as Data Mining and Case-Based Reasoning. By classifying the students’ given path and calculating an alternative one or a supplement, if necessary, the student gets an estimation of success chances.


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