Chatbot creation training module

This chatbot creation training module will aim at making the adoption and development of chatbots in VET easier by offering an online support tool, in the form of a training chatbot, to be freely accessible, as well as support material for a training workshop for those whose would be less comfortable using ICT. the content will be accompanied with 12 videos tutorial explaining specific aspects of the chatbot creation

 In this activity sheet you will learn how to: 

  • • access the Tutorbot platform, 
  • • create an account, 
  • • how does the platform look like and, 
  • • a little bit about chatbots. 

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Chatbots are full of useful resources and tools to help you develop specific knowledge, whether it is theoretical or practical. In this activity, we will cover some of the basic features that you can find on a chatbot. 

 In this activity sheet you will learn: 

  • how to navigate the administration section, 
  • how to add your first chatbot, 
  • how to duplicate a chatbot. 

In the previous activity sheet, you got familiar with the interface and the admin page of the plateform. Now it is time to add your sequences and resources! 

 This activity sheet covers: 

  • why subjects are important, 
  • how subjects influence the conversation with the chatbot. 

Your chatbot is your own, meaning that you are free to develop your own subjects and themes, your own information and definitions, and your own messages and interactions. As mentioned in the previous Activity Sheets, the first step in personalizing your chatbot is in the name. 

This activity sheet covers the following topics: 

  • how to allow students to use the chatbot you created, 
  • what statistics Tutorbot provides. 

In this Activity Sheet we will describe admin’s interface. Before the creation of the teachers’ interface, the partners were developing the platform and chatbots in an interface with more functions. 

A chatbot needs to recognize many different sentences. In the Tutorbot project, the partners decided to use the Natural Language Engine to train the chatbots. 

 Because this project is a European Partnership with stakeholders from various countries, there are a few different languages in which a bot can be created (English, French, Spanish, Italian, Greek, German). In this activity sheet, we will provide an overview of the translation section of the platform.