Accepted Papers

Full Papers

Analyzing the Flow of Ideas and Profiles of Contributors in an Open Learning Community. Iassen Halatchliyski, Tobias Hecking, Tilman Göhnert and H. Ulrich Hoppe. Best paper nomination.

Epistmeology, Pedagogy, Assessment and Learning Analytics. Simon Knight, Simon Buckingham Shum and Karen Littleton.  Best paper nomination.

Multidisciplinarity vs. Multivocality, the case of “Learning Analytics”. Nicolas Balacheff and Kristine Lund. Best paper nomination.

Supporting Action Research with Learning Analytics. Anna Lea Dyckhoff, Vlatko Lukarov, Arham Muslim, Mohamed Amine Chatti and Ulrik Schroeder.

STEMscopes: Contextualizing Learning Analytics in a K-12 Science Curriculum. Carlos Monroy, Virginia Snodgrass Rangel and Reid Whitaker.  

Analysis of Writing Processes Using Revision Maps and Probabilistic Topic Models. Vilaythong Southavilay, Kalina Yacef and Peter Reimann. 

Understanding Promotions in a case study of student blogging. Bjorn Gunnarsson and Richard Alterman. 

Interpreting Data Mining Results with Linked Data for Learning Analytics: Motivation, Case Study and Directions. Mathieu D’Aquin and Nicolas Jay. 

Learning Analytics for Online Discussions: A Pedagogical Model for Intervention with Embedded and Extracted Analytics. Alyssa Friend Wise, Yuting Zhao and Simone Nicole Hausknecht. 

Towards the Development of Multimodal Action Based Assessment. Marcelo Worsley and Paulo Blikstein. 

Evaluating how StepUp! addresses the students’ issues. Jose Luis Santos, Katrien Verbert, Sten Govaerts and Erik Duval. 

Affective states and state tests: Investigating how affect throughout the school year predicts end of year learning outcomes. Zachary Pardos, Ryan S.J.D. Baker, Maria O.C.Z. San Pedro, Sujith Gowda and Supreeth M. Gowda.

An Eye-Tracking Study of Notational, Informational, and Emotional Aspects of Learning Analytics Representations. Ravi K. Vatrapu, Peter Reimann, Matthew Johnson and Susan Bull. 

What Can We Learn from Facebook Activity? Using Social Learning Analytics to Observe New Media Literacy Skills. June Ahn. 

Exploring engagement in massive open online courses. Rene Kizilcec, Chris Piech and Emily Schneider.

An evaluation of learning analytics to identify exploratory dialogue in online discussions. Rebecca Ferguson, Zhongyu Wei, Yulan He and Simon Buckingham Shum.

Short Papers

Toward Collaboration Sensing: Applying Network Analysis Techniques to Collaborative Eye-tracking Data. Bertrand Schneider, Sami Abu-El-Haija, Jim Reesman and Roy Pea. Best paper nomination.

A case study inside Virtual Worlds: use of analytics for immersive spaces. Vanessa Camilleri, Sara de Freitas, Matthew Montebello and Paul McDonagh-Smith. 

The Pairing of Lecture Recording Data with Assessment Scores: A Method of Discovering Pedagogical Impact. Negin Mirriahi and Shane Dawson. 

What Different Kinds of Stratification Can Reveal about the Generalizability of Data-Mined Skill Assessment Models. Michael Sao Pedro, Ryan S.J.D. Baker and Janice Gobert. 

Assessing Students’ Performance Using the Learning Analytics Enriched Rubrics. Ioannis Dimopoulos, Ourania Petropoulou and Symeon Retalis. 

Open Academic Analytics Initiative: Initial Research Findings. Eitel Lauria, Erik Moody, Sandeep Jayaprakash, Nagamani Jonnalagadda and Joshua Baron. 

Live Interest Meter – Learning from Quantified Feedback in Mass Lectures. Verónica Rivera-Pelayo, Johannes Munk, Valentin Zacharias and Simone Braun. 

Multimodal Learning Analytics. Paulo Blikstein.

Issues, Challenges, and Lessons Learned When Scaling up a Learning Analytics Intervention. Steven Lonn, Stephen Aguilar and Stephanie Teasley. 

An evaluation of policy frameworks for addressing ethical considerations in learning analytics. Paul Prinsloo and Sharon Slade. 

Model-Driven Assessment of Learners in an Open-Ended Learning Environment. James Segedy, Kirk Loretz and Gautam Biswas. 

Considering Formal Assessment in Learning Analytics within a PLE: The HOU2LEARN Case. Eleni Koulocheri and Michalis Xenos. 

Aggregating Social and Usage Datasets for Learning Analytics: Data-oriented Challenges. Katja Niemann, Giannis Stoitsis, Georgis Chinis, Nikos Manouselis and Martin Wolpers. 

MOOCs and the Funnel of Participation. Doug Clow.

From Micro to Macro – Analyzing Activity in the ROLE Sandbox. Dominik Renzel and Ralf Klamma. 

Using learning analytics to study student learning of fractions in an online game. Taylor Martin, Ani Aghababyan, Jay Pfaffman, Stephanie Baker, Carmen Petrick Smith, Rachel Phillips and Phillip Janisiewicz.

Visualising learning ties in an online learning environment: The Sociallearn case-study. Bieke Schreurs, Chris Teplovs, Rebecca Ferguson, Maarten De Laat and Simon Buckingham Shum.

SAIL Smart Space: Real-time orchestration of complex inquiry designs. Jim Slotta, Mike Tissenbaum and Michelle Lui.

Improving retention: predicting at-risk students by analysing clicking behaviour in a virtual learning environment. Annika Wolff, Zdenek Zdrahal, Andriy Nikolov and Michal Pantucek.

Formative assessment and learning analytics. Dirk Tempelaar, Hans Cuypers, Evert van de Vrie, Andre Heck and Henk van der Kooij.

Analytics of collaborative planning in Metafora – architecture, data, and analytic methods. Andreas Harrer

GradeCraft: What Can We Learn From a Game-Inspired Learning Management System?. Caitlin Holman, Stephen Aguilar and Barry Fishman. 

System for Assessing Classroom Attention. Mirko Raca and Pierre Dillenbourg. 

Accepted Posters and Demos

Multilevel, Multitheoretical Exponential Random Graph Models of an Online Community of Computer Science Educators. Kathleen Perez-Lopez and Darren Cambridge

LeMo: An Analytics Tool for LMSs as well as Portals. Liane Beuster, Margarita Elkina, Albrecht Fortenbacher, Leonard Kappe, Agathe Merceron, Andreas Pursian, Sebastian Schwarzrock and Boris Wenzlaff

ECoach – Coaching Students with Computer Tailored Communication. Jared Tritz, Madeline Huberth, Timothy Mckay and Patricia Chen.

Comparison of Network Heuristics for Understanding Small Groups in Synchronous Collaborative Learning. Gregory Dyke, Sean Goggins, Elijah Mayfield and Carolyn Rose.

A model for reflective sensemaking: Implementing Cohere in courses. Yianna Vovides, Sarah Inman, Deepa Rao, Rob Pongsajapan and Matthew Burstein.

Effects of computer supported diagnostic tools on assessment, intervention and self-regulation in collaborative learning. Anouschka van Leeuwen and Stan Buis.

Deriving a real time basic recommendation system for the BlackBoard using enhanced web analytics and BasicLTI. Alan Berg, Sijo Dijkstra, Stefan Mol and Gábor Kismihók.

Can Learning Analytics contribute to course redesign? Sander Latour, André Heck, Natasa Brouwer and Sylvia Moes.

Predicting Students’ Learning Outcomes Using Eye-Tracking data. Bertrand Schneider, Yuanyuan Pao and Roy Pea.

sing Social Network Analysis to Identify Expertise Structures in a Java Programming Newcomer Forum. Hon Jie Teo, Aditya Johri and Raktim Mitra.

iKNEER: Interactive System to Assess and Visualize Relational and Epistemic Networks. Krishna Madhavan, Aditya Johri, Hanjun Xian, Alan Wang, Mihaela Vorvoreanu and Ashwin Khandeparker.

ProF – Feedback on Progress Testing. Jeroen Donkers and Arno Muijtjens