AFEL @ WWW2018

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We are happy to announce that Elisabeth Lex, area head of Know-Center’s Social Computing research area, and Dominik Kowald, Post-Doc in Know-Center’s Social Computing research area, will present an AFEL contribution at the A* conference WWW’2018 (https://www2018.thewebconf.org/) The paper is entitled “The Impact of Semantic Context Cues on the User Acceptance of Tag Recommendations: An… Read more »

Paper “Analyzing Knowledge Gain of Users in Informational Search Sessions on the Web” has been accepted to CHIIR 2018.

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Web search is frequently used by people to acquire new knowledge and to satisfy learning-related objectives, but little is known about how a user’s knowledge evolves through the course of a search session. This paper presents a study addressing the knowledge gain of users in informational search sessions. Using crowdsourcing, 500 distinct users were recruited… Read more »

Meet AFEL @ LearnTec

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  We are happy to announce that the AFEL project will have a booth at the upcoming LearnTec, from 30. January to 1st of February   Meet our AFEL experts and discuss with them, how learning analytics can improve your everyday learning.   Join the LearnTec and meet us in Halle 2, I46 (see the picture… Read more »

AFEL Consortium Meeting: 12.-13. December 2017 in Logroño, Spain

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Shortly before Christmas, the AFEL consortium meeting was hosted by GNOSS in Logroño, Spain. The goal was to jointly reflect the review results and to create a joint and focussed vision for the last year of the project. The main agenda was circulating three main strands: technical integration, evaluation and dissemination. Regarding the technical integration,… Read more »

Hack@LAK18 – The Hackathon of the Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference

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For the fourth time the Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference (LAK 2018, Sydney, March 5-9) will host a hackathon (Hack@LAK18) dedicated to create an environment where technologists and practitioners can explore, in a hands-on way, open challenges and key research questions in the field of learning analytics. The hackathon includes access to specific data and… Read more »