LAK12 presentations

Click to view the replays from the 2nd International Conference on Learning Analytics & Knowledge, 29 April – 2 May 2012, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

April 30, 2012
  • Keynote
Barry Wellman

Networked Individualism: How the Personalized Internet, Ubiquitous Connectivity, and the Turn to Social Networks

  • Full
  • session 1A
Dan Suthers Kar-Hai Chu

Multi-mediated Community Structure in a Socio-Technical Network

  • Short
  • session 1A
De Laat Maarten Schreurs Bieke

Network Awareness Tool _ Learning Analytics in the workplace: Detecting and Analyzing Informal Workplace Learning

  • Short
  • session 1A
Leyla Zhuhadar Rong Yang

Cyberlearners and Learning Resources

  • Design
  • session 1A
Jon Dron Nazim Rahman

Challenges and Opportunities for Learning Analytics when formal teaching meets social spaces

  • Full
  • session 1B
Georg Kothmeier Martin Ebner Martin Schön

It’s Just About Learning the Multiplication Table

  • Demo
  • session 1B
Jim Gaston Robert Bramucci

Sherpa: Increasing Student Success with a Recommendation Engine

  • Short
  • session 1B
Jared Tritz Kate Miller Tim McKay

What to do with actionable intelligence: E2Coach as an intervention engine

  • Design
  • session 1B
Carl Gutwin Christopher A. Brooks Jim Greer

Using an Instructional Expert to Mediate the Locus of Control in Adaptive E-Learning Systems

  • Full
  • session 2A
Ruth Deakin Crick Simon Buckingham Shum

Learning Dispositions and Transferable Competencies: Pedagogy, Modelling and Learning Analytics

  • Full
  • session 2A
Dr. Dave Lewis John McAuley

Exploring reflection in online communities

  • Short
  • session 2A
Lars Müller Simone Braun Valentin Zacharias Verónica Rivera-Pelayo

Applying Quantified Self Approaches to Support Reflective Learning

  • Design
  • session 2A
Aleksandar Giljanovic Dragan Gasevic Jelena Jovanovi Liaqat Ali Marek Hatala Melody Siadaty Nikola Milikic Zoran Jeremic

Learn-B: A Social Analytics-enabled Tool for Self-regulated Workplace Learning

  • Full
  • session 2B
Hendrik Drachsler Wolfgang Greller

The Pulse of Learning Analytics Understandings and Expectations from the Stakeholders

  • Short
  • session 2B
Doug Clow

The Learning Analytics Cycle: Closing the loop effectively

  • Short
  • session 2B
Fenella Galpin Paul Prinsloo Sharon Slade

Learning analytics _ Challenges, paradoxes and opportunities for mega open distance learning institutions

  • Short
  • session 2B
Eitel J.M. Lauri_a Joshua D. Baron Mallika Devireddy Sandeep M. Jayaprakash Venniraiselvi Sundararaju

Mining academic data to improve college student retention: An open source perspective

  • Panel
  • session 3
Donald M. Norris Linda Baer

Panel Proposal: Building Organizational Capacity for Analytics

May 1, 2012
  • Keynote
Katy Börner

Visual Analytics in Support of Education

  • Design
  • session 4A
Alfred Essa Hanan Ayad

Student Success System: Risk Analytics and Data Visualization using Ensembles of Predictive Models

  • Full
  • session 4A
Erik Duval Jose Luis Santos Katrien Verbert Sten Govaerts

Goal-oriented visualizations of activity tracking: a case study with engineering students

  • Short
  • session 4A
Barbara Kump Christin Seifert Guenter Beham Stefanie N. Lindstaedt Tobias Ley

Seeing What the System Thinks You Know – Visualizing Evidence in an Open Learner Model

  • Demo
  • session 4A
Abelardo Pardo Carlos Delgado Kloos David Sánchez De Castro Derick Leony Luis De La Fuente Valentín

GLASS: A Learning Analytics Visualization Tool

  • Short
  • session 4B
Andrew E. Krumm R. Joseph Waddington Stephanie D. Teasley Steven Lonn

Bridging the Gap from Knowledge to Action: Putting Analytics in the Hands of Academic Advisors

  • Full
  • session 4B
Denis Smolin Sergey Butakov

Applying Artificial Intelligence to the Educational Data: AN EXAMPLE OF SYLLABUS QUALITY ANALYSIS

  • Full
  • session 4B
Carlos Monzo David García-Solórzano Eugènia Santamaría Germán Cobo Javier Melenchón Jose Antonio Morán

Educational Monitoring Tool Based on Faceted Browsing and Data Portraits

  • Short
  • session 4B
Haiming Liu Rebecca Ferguson Ronald Macintyre

Exploring Qualitative Analytics for E-Mentoring Relationships Building in an Online Social Learning Environment

  • Full
  • session 5A
Bruce Sherin

Using computational methods to discover student science conceptions in interview data

  • Full
  • session 5A
Ahmad Ammari Lydia Lau Vania Dimitrova

Deriving Group Profiles from Social Media to Facilitate the Design of Simulated Environments for Learning

  • Design
  • session 5A
Jim Klo John Brecht Marie Bienkowski

The Learning Registry: Building a Foundation for Learning Resource Analytics

  • Full
  • session 5B
Brandon White Jóhann Ari Lárusson

Monitoring Student Progress Through Their Written “Point of Originality”

  • Short
  • session 5B
Brian J. McNely Erika Johnson J. Holden Hill Paul Gestwicki Philip Parli-Horne

Learning Analytics for Collaborative Writing: A Prototype and Case Study

  • Short
  • session 5B
Anthony Rojas Daniel Roberge Ryan Baker

Does the Length of Time Off-Task Matter?

  • Short
  • session 6A
Carlos Monzo David García-Solórzano Eugènia Santamaría Germán Cobo Javier Melenchón Jose Antonio Morán

Using agglomerative hierarchical clustering to model learner participation profiles in online discussion forums

  • Short
  • session 6A
Agathe Merceron

Investigating the Core Group Effect in Usage of Resources with Analytics

  • Full
  • session 6B
Anna Schmidt Hans-Christian Schmitz Katja Niemann Martin Wolpers Tim Krones Uwe Kirschenmann

Clustering by Usage: Higher Order Co-occurrences of Learning Objects

  • Short
  • session 6B
Fintan Clear Samira Sadat Sajadi Tariq M. Khan

The relationship between educational performance and online access routines: analysis of students

  • Short
  • session 7
George Siemens Ryan S. J. d. Baker

Learning Analytics and Educational Data Mining: Towards Communication and Collaboration

  • Panel
  • session 7
David Wiley Erik Duval John Stamper Ryan S. J. d. Baker Simon Buckingham Shum

Educational Data Mining meets Learning Analytics

May 2, 2012
  • Keynote
George Siemens

Learning Analytics: Envisioning a Research Discipline and a Domain of Practice

  • Full
  • session 8A
Rebecca Ferguson Simon Buckingham Shum

Social Learning Analytics: Five Approaches

  • Full
  • session 8A
Kon Shing Kenneth Chung Walter Christian Paredes

Modelling Learning & Performance: A Social Networks Perspective

  • Short
  • session 8A
Darren Cambridge Kathleen Perez-Lopez

First Steps Towards a Social Learning Analytics for Online Communities of Practice for Educators

  • Short
  • session 8B
Bjorn Levi Gunnarsson Richard Alterman

Predicting failure: A case study in co-blogging

  • Short
  • session 8B
Ad Feelders Diederik M. Roijers Johan Jeuring

Probability estimation and a competence model for rule based e-tutoring systems

  • Short
  • session 8B
Mike Sharkey Rebecca Barber

Course Correction: Using Analytics to Predict Course Success

  • Short
  • session 8B
Kimberly E. Arnold Matthew D. Pistilli

Course Signals at Purdue: Using Learning Analytics to Increase Student Success

  • Panel
  • session 9
Cindy Ives Doug Clow Lori Lockyer Paul Hobson Sabine Graf

Building a Data Governance Model for Learning Analytics