research product . 2021

Validating Koalacademy, a neuro-guided language learning platform

Aparajita Rahman; Eden Redman; Avary Kostiw; Jacqueline Cummine;
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  • Published: 13 Aug 2021
  • Country: Canada
Abstract
Koalacademy is a language learning tool predicated on the subsequent memory effect (SME), which differentiates the brain activity between the successful or unsuccessful encoding of a studied word to memory, relaying this information back to the user in real- time. We take advantage of the SME in confirming or denying the encoding of words during the process of studying them, allowing for selective repetition of poorly studied words, thus improving the success-rate of learning. The present study is focussed on validating the underlying framework of Koalacademy, a scalable Brain Computer Interface (BCI) platform that is able to present stimuli and stream brain dat...
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free text keywords: WISEST, STEM, SRP, Koalacademy, Rehabilitation Medicine, Communication Science, Subsequent memory effect, Encoding of words, Brain Computer Interface, Electroencephalography, Brain data, Cloud trained machine, Subsequent recall
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