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Using Network Science in Learning Analytics: Building Bridges towards a Common Agenda
Proceedings of the NetSciLA 2021 Workshop "Using Network Science in Learning Analytics: Building Bridges
towards a Common Agenda"
Newport Beach, CA, USA (virtual), April 12th, 2021.
Oleksandra Poquet, University of South Australia, Australia
Bodong Chen, University of Minnesota, United States
Mohammed Saqr, University of Eastern Finland, Finland
Tobias Hecking, German Aerospace Center, Germany
Table of Contents
- Using Network Science in Learning Analytics: Building Bridges towards a Common Agenda1-2
Oleksandra Poquet, Bodong Chen, Mohammed Saqr, Tobias Hecking
- Advancing social influence models in learning analytics3-8
Joshua M. Rosenberg, K. Bret Staudt Willet
- Modelling Network Dynamics in Social Annotation9-15
Bodong Chen, Basel Hussein, Oleksandra Poquet
- Idiographic Learning Analytics: A single student (N=1) approach using psychological
Mohammed Saqr, Sonsoles López-Pernas
- Construction of Weighted Course Co-Enrollment Network23-28
XunFei Li, Renzhe Yu
- Knowledge-Building Analytics Based on Network Science29-33
Ayano Ohsaki, Jun Oshima, Ritsuko Oshima
- Recommendations for Network Research in Learning Analytics: To Open a Conversation34-41
Oleksandra Poquet, Mohammed Saqr, Bodong Chen
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