The Graphical Interface of Structural Knowledge(GISK) is a formative structural AWE tool applicable to any language for instructors and students.

The GISK tool is very easy to use. Simply follow the instructions below:

Step 1:

The investigator or researcher complete the registeration process at here. Then you will be guided to your own experiment management pannel. Then, you can create an experiment.

Step 2:

The investigator or researcher can create an experiment with entering one or many articles while completing the experiment creating process. You can enter keywords and their synonym to evalute student's input

Step 3:

Once you are done with entering reading articles for an experiment, you will receive an experiment ID and a roster of student IDs. Distribute the experiment ID and student ID to your research participants so they can contribute to this experiment.

The reason we use randomly generated student ID rather than ask they register an GISK account is to avoid collecting experiment participant's personal information.

For student and experiment participants

Step 4:

The participants complete the GISK online through the individualized URL, and data (along with participant numbers) are automatically and cumulatively saved.

Step 5:

The investigator accesses the account management page (by clicking on Account Management) to download or delete data, or to update user and experiment information, through his or her unique Experiment ID and selfgenerated password (from Step 1).

If you have any questions or need further information about the GISK sytem, please contact xxx and Fan Zhang. We welcome your feedback, comments and suggestions