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Compbiomed presentation

short presentation for the compbiomed conference on learning analytics, moocs, and OXALIC..+ CORONA pandemic

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Compbiomed presentation

  1. 1. eLearning & Learning Analytics in Higher Education Mohammad Khalil Senior Researcher 25.11.2020 CompBiomed/NordBioMed
  2. 2. Research Methodology @TUMohdKhalil http://mohdkhalil.wordpress.com e-mail: mohammad.khalil@uib.no
  3. 3. Sydney Pressey Multiple Choice Machine (1924) Plato V (1981) Examples of educational technology (e-learning)
  4. 4. 4 MOOCs…The Hype! CC0
  5. 5. The timeline of the Hype
  6. 6. July 2011: Stanford’s Online Intro to AI is Announced October 2011: Stanford’s First Three Courses Go Live January 2012: Coursera and Udacity Go Live May 2nd, 2012: Harvard and MIT Announce edX July – September 2012: Coursera Reaches 1 Million Learners, 33 University Partners, and 100+ Courses Udacity raised 15 million USD, Coursera raised 16 million USD Source: Class Central, Dhawal Shah
  7. 7. Who Provide MOOCs?
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  9. 9. 10 million* students 1750+ courses 25 million* students 2500+ courses 7 million* students 640+ courses * Figures might change
  10. 10. Open source MOOC platform
  11. 11. Who make MOOCs?
  12. 12. 12
  13. 13. However…
  14. 14. Is the hype over?
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  16. 16. Derivations of MOOCs MOOC SPOC 19 Mini MOOC Other types
  17. 17. Use Technology to Extend or Improve quantity quality MOOC SPOC (Small Private Online Course) Credits: C. Delgado Kloos, UC3M
  18. 18. - Based
  19. 19. - Based
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  21. 21. What research says about MOOCS? Zawacki-Richter, O., Alturki, U., & Aldraiweesh, A. (2017). Review and content analysis of the international review of research in open and distance/distributed learning (2000–2015). International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 18(2), 1-26.
  22. 22. Learning Analytics: A Primer Course. Prinsloo, Slade, Khalil.
  23. 23. Learning Analytics and/in MOOCs… 26
  24. 24. 27 CC0 a Highlight on the problem
  25. 25. VS For courses on a smaller scale
  26. 26. Partner institutions
  27. 27. Any university or organization may host and create moocs/mini moocs/spocs
  28. 28. - Based
  29. 29. VS
  30. 30. edX data packages + Log files
  31. 31. Open edX Log files…only
  32. 32. “ “In order to get access to the edX data package, a partner institution must have an agreement with edX that includes data access” – edX
  33. 33. How log files look like… Date and time Event type username Video id
  34. 34. Imagine hundreds of events per user
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  36. 36. • Not accurate enough • Basic analytics • Limited features • Exporting data from Insights is restricted Issues of Open edX Insights
  37. 37. Open edX Advanced Learning Analytics Tool - oXALIC 40
  38. 38. Motivation & Objectives ▸Provide a technical solution of a Learning Analytics module for MOOCs (Open edX) ▸Provide a set of useful visualizations in a dashboard view for both researchers and teachers ▸Introduce new branches of Learning Analytics: such as curriculum analytics and student behavioral analytics
  39. 39. DEMO 43 https://la-lab.apps.slate.uib.no/oxalic/ (Access restricted to certain parties) Last fetched logdata: 26th.Feb
  40. 40. Wiki documentation
  41. 41. Bartimote, K., Pardo, A., & Reimann, P. (2018). The perspective realism brings to learning analytics in the classroom. Learning Analytics in the Classroom: Translating Learning Analytics Research for Teachers. Interpreting Learning Analytics for Learning Design!
  42. 42. Thank You Mohammad Khalil 25.11.2020

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