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[presentation] Learning Analytics and Spelling Acquisition in German – the Path to Indivdualization in Learning #iderblog #hcii20

Markus presented yesterday his research about „Learning Analytics and Spelling Acquisition in German“ at this year HCII 2020 conference.

[presentation] Learning Analytics and MOOCs #mooc #hcii20 #imoox

Ebru is presenting today her research about „Learning Analytics and MOOCs“ at this year HCII 2020 conference.

[presentation] Implementation fo Interactive Learning Objects for German Language Acquisition in Primary School based on Learning Analytics Measurements #iderblog #edil2020 #tel

The third presentation at this year EDMedia conference (online) was about “ Implementation fo Interactive Learning Objects for German Language Acquisition in Primary School based on Learning Analytics Measurements „. Find here the slides of the talk of Markus:

[presentation] MOOCs, Learning Analytics and OER 
- a perfect triangle for 
the future of education!

I feel honored to give the keynote presentation for this year CSEDU 2020 conference. Due to the CoVid-crisis it was done completely online. Here you can find my slides:

[publication] Mobile Learning Applications for Android und iOS for German Language Acquisition based on Learning Analytics Measurements #LearningAnlytics #IdERblog

We did a contribution to the International Journal of Learning Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Education (iJAI) titled „Mobile Learning Applications for Android und iOS for German Language Acquisition based on Learning Analytics

Abstract:
The use of digital media is increasingly being promoted in school teaching. Since this aspect changes the interaction between teachers and pupils, this research is concerned with the development of a prototype of a mobile application for Android and iOS, in which different learning applications for language acquisition are offered on the basis of learning analytical measurements provided by experts in the field. By logging and collecting interactions of the user, it is possible to create a variety of statistical evaluations and thus respond to the needs and weaknesses of students. For the evaluation of the application, a user experience test was carried out, whereby the child-friendly operation of the application was tested. Due to the very positive feedback, the design was found to be good and can therefore be further developed.

Journal’s homepage

[Link to full article @ ResearchGate]
[Link to full article @ journal’s homepage]

Reference: Friedl, Markus, Ebner, Markus, Ebner, Martin (2020) Mobile Learning Applications for Android und iOS for German Language Acquisition based on Learning Analytics Measurements. International Journal of Learning Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Education (iJAI). 2(1). pp. 4-13

[keynote] MOOCs, Learning Analytics and OER – A Perfect Triangle for the Future of Education!

I feel very honored to give a keynote talk at this year CSEDU 2020 conference in Prague about „MOOCs, Learning Analytics and OER – A Perfect Triangle for the Future of Education!
So I would love to welcome you there – let me know if you will attend 🙂

[press] Learning Analytics nützen dem Hochschulsystem, vor allem aber den Studierenden #highereducation

Das Bundesministerium hat eine Nachschau zur Präsentation des Whitepaper Learning Analytics veröffentlicht und dabei auch das Zitat von mir online gestellt:

„Wir finden, dass vor allem die Personen, die die Daten generieren, auch den unmittelbaren Nutzen haben sollen. Generierte Daten können aber unter bestimmten Voraussetzungen auch anderen Zielgruppen zur Verfügung stehen.“

[Learning Analytics nützen dem Hochschulsystem, vor allem aber den Studierenden]

Die Präsentation hatte ich übrigens hier schon veröffentlicht.

[publication] Learning Analytics: Einsatz an österreichischen Hochschulen #fnma #LearningAnalytics

Unsere gemeinsaem Publikation zu „Learning Analytics: Einsatz an österreichischen Hochschulen“ versucht ein gemeinsames Verständnis für das Themenfeld zu schaffen und ist nun auch online zugänglich:

Zusammenfassung:

Learning Analytics ist sowohl international als auch national ein immer mehr an Bedeutung gewinnendes Themenfeld, welches dabei helfen kann, Lehr- und Lernprozesse besser zu verstehen und gezielt zu optimieren. Dieses Whitepaper soll eine erste Orientierung zu diesem Thema geben und dabei speziell die österreichische Hochschullandschaft adressieren.
Ausgehend von der Definition: “Learning Analytics umfasst die Analyse, Darstellung und Interpretation von Daten aus Lehr- und Lernsettings mit dem Zweck, dass Lernende ihr Lernen unmittelbar verändern können” werden Herausforderungen benannt und der Status Quo in Österreich präsentiert. Daraus werden sechs Argumente für Learning Analytics abgeleitet und vier konkrete Handlungsempfehlungen ausgesprochen.

[Link zum Whitepaper auf Researchgate]

Zitation: Leitner, P., Ebner, M., Ammenwerth, E., Andergassen, M., Csanyi, G., Gröblinger, O., Kopp, M., Reichl, F., Schmid, M., Steinbacher, H.-P., Handle-Pfeiffer, D., Zitek, A., Zöserl, E., Zwiauer, C. (2019) Learning Analytics: Einsatz an österreichischen Hochschulen. Whitepaper, Forum Neue Medien in der Lehre (FNMA). 24s.

[presentation] Learning Anaytics: Einsatz an österreichischen Hochschulen #fnma #LearningAnalytics

Ich habe zusammen mit vielen Kolleginnen und Kollegen im Rahmen einer Arbeitsgruppe des Forums Neue Medien in der Lehre Austria (FNMA) ein Whitepaper zu „Learning Analaytics: Einsatz an österreichischen Hochschulen“ erstellt und darf diese heute im Rahmen einer Veranstaltung präsentieren. Hier die Folien dazu:

[article] Efforts in Europe for Data-Driven Improvement of Education – A Review of Learning Analytics Research in Six Countries #LearningAnalytics #tugraz

I did an article with a hand of colleagues about „Efforts in Europe for Data-Driven Improvement of Education – A Review of Learning Analytics Research in Six Countries“ for the first issue of the „International Journal of Learning Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Education (iJAI)„.

Abstract:

Information and communication technologies are increasingly mediating learning and teaching practices as well as how educational institutions are handling their administrative work. As such, students and teachers are leaving large amounts of digital footprints and traces in various educational apps and learning management platforms, and educational administrators register various processes and outcomes in digital administrative systems. It is against such a background we in recent years have seen the emergence of the fast-growing and multi-disciplinary field of learning analytics. In this paper, we examine the research efforts that have been conducted in the field of learning analytics in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Germany, Spain, and Sweden. More specifically, we report on developed national policies, infrastructures and competence centers, as well as major research projects and developed research strands within the selected countries. The main conclusions of this paper are that the work of researchers around Europe has not led to national adoption or European level strategies for learning analytics. Furthermore, most countries have not established national policies for learners’ data or guidelines that govern the ethical usage of data in research or education. We also conclude, that learning analytics research on pre-university level to high extent have been overlooked. In the same vein, learning analytics has not received enough focus form national and European national bodies. Such funding is necessary for taking steps towards data-driven development of education.

[article @ journal’s homepage]

[article @ ResearchGate]

Reference: Nouri, J., Ebner, M., Ifenthaler, D., Saqr, M., Malmberg, J., Khalil, M., Bruun, J., Viberg, O., González, M., Papamitsiou, Z., Berthelsen, U. (2019) Efforts in Europe for Data-Driven Improvement of Education – A Review of Learning Analytics Research in Six Countries. IN: International Journal of Learning Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Education (iJAI). 2019(1). pp. 8-27