- CTAT Tutorials
- CTAT Users Guide
- CTAT HTML Editor
- Deploying your Tutor
- Advanced Topics
- Configuring Eclipse for production rule editing
- Install and uninstall CTAT
- HTML Examples
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The documentation on this site will help you understand what a tutor is, how tutors work, and how to build your own tutor using the Cognitive Tutor Authoring Tools (CTAT) and CTAT HTML Editor developed by Carnegie Mellon University. This page provides images of a variety of tutors built with CTAT.
- Quick Start guide for instructions on setting up to build a CTAT tutor and downloading and installing CTAT.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Google User Group for questions and help with CTAT
July 16, 2020 - This release supports cognitive tutors whose production rule engines run client-side, in the student's browser, instead of on a remote server. As a result, use of rule-based tutors is no longer constrained by server capacity.
- Improved support for collaborative tutors deployed from Tutorshop.
- Various fixes.
June 30, 2017 - This release includes a few new features in support of HTML tutor interfaces, as well as several fixes. Changes include:
- Support for collaboration with HTML tutors.
- New actions for HTML components that allow adding and removing CSS classes through tutor-performed steps.
May 10, 2017 - All new documentation for the Cognitive Tutor Authoring Tools is now on this GitHub site.
Note: Some older documentation for Java and Flash tutors is still available on the old CTAT web site.
January 19, 2017 - CTAT 4.2.0 supports our new CTAT HTML Editor, which allows users to quickly build tutor interfaces. Changes include:
- Support for connecting the authoring tools to the web-based CTAT HTML Editor.
- Improved support for graph editing with HTML tutor interfaces.
- Fixes in HTML components.