LILE2018 Workshop at ACM WebSci2018

The AFEL team will be organising “LILE2018, Learning & Education with Web Data” ( ) , a workshop on core themes of AFEL project. LILE2018 will be collocated with the 10th ACM Conference on Web Science (ACM WebSci2018, While informal learning and knowledge exchange are inherent to daily online interactions, when searching the Web… Read more »

15. January 2018

Meet AFEL at BIGSSS-CSS Summer School, Bremen, 23 July – 3 August 2018

The AFEL expert Peter Holtz will participate as expert at the BIGSSS Summer School in Computational Social Science. The two-weeks summer school serves as a research incubator linking social science research on conflicts with computational methods of data mining and analysis. During the summer school, participants are introduced to methods of computational social sciences (CSS)… Read more »

13. January 2018

Meet AFEL @ LearnTec

  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 »

12. January 2018

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

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

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 »

6. November 2017

Looking at data ethics in Learning Analytics

As part of the International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2017, 22/10/2017) in Vienna, the Re-codding Black Mirror workshop looked at both the potential ethical implications of semantic web technologies, and at the solutions they could provide to those issues. The workshop included discussions and debates, collective tasks around identifying potential ethics stories from semantic web… Read more »