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Technology, Knowledge and Learning

2016 Volume 21, Number 1

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Exploratory Analysis in Learning Analytics

    David Gibson & Sara de Freitas

    This article summarizes the methods, observations, challenges and implications for exploratory analysis drawn from two learning analytics research projects. The cases include an analysis of a games... More

    pp. 5-19

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  2. Online Graduate Teacher Education: Establishing an EKG for Student Success Intervention

    Brett E. Shelton, Jui-Long Hung & Sarah Baughman

    Predicting which students enrolled in graduate online education are at-risk for failure is an arduous yet important task for teachers and administrators alike. This research reports on a... More

    pp. 21-32

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  3. What We Can Learn from the Data: A Multiple-Case Study Examining Behavior Patterns by Students with Different Characteristics in Using a Serious Game

    Min Liu, Jaejin Lee, Jina Kang & Liu

    Using a multi-case approach, we examined students' behavior patterns in interacting with a serious game environment using the emerging technologies of learning analytics and data visualization in... More

    pp. 33-57

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  4. Applying Learning Analytics to Investigate Timed Release in Online Learning

    Florence Martin & John C. Whitmer

    Adaptive learning gives learners control of context, pace, and scope of their learning experience. This strategy can be implemented in online learning by using the "Adaptive Release"... More

    pp. 59-74

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  5. moocRP: Enabling Open Learning Analytics with an Open Source Platform for Data Distribution, Analysis, and Visualization

    Zachary A. Pardos, Anthony Whyte & Kevin Kao

    In this paper, we address issues of transparency, modularity, and privacy with the introduction of an open source, web-based data repository and analysis tool tailored to the Massive Open Online... More

    pp. 75-98

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  6. Visualizing Revision: Leveraging Student-Generated Between-Draft Diagramming Data in Support of Academic Writing Development

    Justin Olmanson, Katrina Kennett, Alecia Magnifico, Sarah McCarthey, Duane Searsmith, Bill Cope & Mary Kalantzis

    Once writers complete a first draft, they are often encouraged to evaluate their writing and prioritize what to revise. Yet, this process can be both daunting and difficult. This study looks at how... More

    pp. 99-123

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  7. Using Chronologically Oriented Representations of Discourse and Tool-Related Activity as an Instructional Method with Student Teachers

    Leslie Ann Lopez

    Student teachers are most often provided opportunities for observing, then engaging directly in teaching during the student-teaching phase of their program. The ability to "notice"... More

    pp. 125-141

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  8. Experience API: Flexible, Decentralized and Activity-Centric Data Collection

    Jonathan M. Kevan & Paul R. Ryan

    This emerging technology report describes the Experience API (xAPI), a new e-learning specification designed to support the learning community in standardizing and collecting both formal and... More

    pp. 143-149

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