EC-TEL 2017 Program

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Overview of the Program

Monday, 11 September

  • Project meetings (only for project members)

Tuesday, 12 September

Wednesday, 13 September

Thursday, 14 September

Friday, 15 September

Detailed Program

Scientific Sessions

Session 1A: Learning Analytics

  • Adolfo Ruiz Calleja, Luis Pablo Prieto, Tobias Ley, María Jesús Rodríguez Triana and Sebastian Dennerlein. Learning Analytics for Professional and Workplace Learning: A Literature Review (full, 24)
  • Inge Molenaar and Carolien Knoop-Van Campen. Extracted analytics in practice: Usage and implications (full, 41)

Session 1B: MOOC

  • Luisa Sanz-Martínez, Alejandra Martínez-Monés, Miguel Bote-Lorenzo, Juan Muñoz-Cristóbal and Yannis Dimitriadis. Automatic group formation in a MOOC based on students’ activity criteria (full, 137) 
  • Carlos Alario-Hoyos, Iria Estévez-Ayres, Carlos Delgado Kloos and Julio Villena-Román. From MOOCs to SPOCs… and from SPOCs to flipped classroom (short, 9)
  • Peter Van Rosmalen, Julia Kasch, Marco Kalz, Olga Firssova and Francis Brouns. Towards ‘MOOCs with a Purpose’: Studying MOOC Designs with MOOC learners (short, 32)

Session 1C: ITS and Learner Modeling

  • Baptiste Monterrat, Amel Yessad, François Bouchet, Élise Lavoué and Vanda Luengo. MAGAM: A Multi-Aspect Generic Adaptation Model for Learning Environments (full, 29)
  • Jesús Miguel Garcia-Gorrostieta, Aurelio López-López and Samuel González-López. Towards Automatic Assessment of Argumentation in Theses Justifications (full, 73)

Session 2A: Learning Analytics

  • Franceska Xhakaj, Vincent Aleven and Bruce M. McLaren. Effects of a Dashboard for an Intelligent Tutoring System on Teacher Knowledge, Lesson Planning, Lessons, and Student Learning (full, 97)
  • Gayane Sedrakyan, Derick Leony, Pedro J. Munoz-Merino, Carlos Delgado Kloos and Katrien Verbert. Evaluating student-facing learning dashboards of affective states (full, 110)
  • Ioana Jivet, Maren Scheffel, Hendrik Drachsler and Marcus Specht. Awareness is not enough. Pitfalls of learning analytics dashboards in the educational practise (full, 115)

Session 2B: MOOC

  • Stian Håklev, Kshitij Sharma, James D. Slotta and Pierre Dillenbourg. Contextualizing the co-creation of artefacts within the nested social structure of a collaborative MOOC (full, 14)
  • Eerik Muuli, Kaspar Papli, Eno Tõnisson, Marina Lepp, Tauno Palts, Reelika Suviste, Merilin Säde and Piret Luik. Automatic assessment of programming assignments using image recognition (full, 146)
  • Yue Zhao, Christoph Lofi and Claudia Hauff. Scalable Mind-Wandering Detection for MOOCs: A Webcam-Based Approach (full, 176)

Session 2C: ITS and Learner Modeling

  • Irene-Angelica Chounta, Patricia Albacete, Pamela Jordan, Sandra Katz and Bruce Mclaren. A Computational Model of the Zone of Proximal Development (full, 101)
  • Mutlu Cukurova, Manolis Mavrikis, Eva Millan and Rose Luckin. Machine and Human Observable Differences in Groups' Collaborative Problem-solving Behaviours (full, 113)
  • Bert Bredeweg and Erika Schlatter. Can learning by qualitative modelling be deployed as an effective method for learning subject-specific content? (short, 72)
  • Matthias Hauswirth and Andrea Adamoli. Identifying Misconceptions with Active Recall in a Blended Learning System (short, 151)

Session 3A: Engagement and Gamification

  • Bo Kang, Pamela Wisniewski and Joseph Laviola. Examining Interaction Modality Effects toward Engagement in an Interactive Learning Environment (full, 31)
  • Alejandro Ortega-Arranz, Juan A. Muñoz-Cristóbal, Alejandra Martínez, Miguel L. Bote-Lorenzo and Juan I. Asensio-Pérez. How Gamification is Being Implemented in MOOCs? A Systematic Literature Review (short, 36)
  • Alessandra Antonaci, Roland Klemke, Christian M. Stracke and Marcus Specht. Towards the identification of suitable game elements for MOOCs (short, 82)

Session 3B: Social Learning

  • Tanmay Sinha, Zhen Bai and Justine Cassell. A New Theoretical Framework for Curiosity for Learning in Social Contexts (full, 104)
  • Tanmay Sinha, Zhen Bai and Justine Cassell. Curious Minds Wonder Alike: Studying Multimodal Behavioral Dynamics to Design Social Scaffolding of Curiosity (full, 105)

Session 3C: Multimodal Data for Learning

  • Will Guest, Fridolin Wild, Alla Vovk, Mikhail Fominykh, Bibeg Limbu, Roland Klemke, Puneet Sharma, Jaakko Karjalainen, Carl Smith, Jazz Rasool, Soyeb Aswat, Kaj Helin, Daniele Di Mitri and Jan Schneider. Affordances for Capturing and Re-enacting Expert Performance with Wearables (short, 12)
  • Philip Scanlon and Alan Smeaton. Using WiFi Login Logs to Identify Student Activity in a Bounded Campus (short, 55)
  • Laëtitia Pierrot, Jean-François Cerisier, Hassina El Kechai, Sergio Ramirez and Lucie Pottier. Using a mixed analysis process to identify students’ digital practices (short, 107)
  • Yannick Bourrier, Francis Jambon, Catherine Garbay and Vanda Luengo. An approach for the analysis of perceptual and gestural performance during critical situations (short, 112)

Session 4A: Game-based Learning

  • Panagiotis Kosmas, Andri Ioannou and Symeon Retalis. Using embodied learning technology to advance motor performance of children with special educational needs and motor impairments (full, 30)
  • Mathieu Guinebert, Amel Yessad, Mathieu Muratet and Vanda Luengo. An Ontology for Describing Scenarios of Multi-Players Learning Games: Toward an Automatic Detection of Group Interactions (short, 43)
  • Eric Sanchez and Mandran Nadine. Exploring competition and collaboration behaviors in game-based learning with playing analytics (short, 47)

Session 4B: MOOC

  • Massimo Vitiello, Simon Walk, Vanessa Chang, Rocael Hernández, Christian Gütl and Denis Helic. MOOC Dropouts: A Multisystem Classifier (full, 62)
  • Ronald Pérez, Mar Pérez-Sanagustín, Jorge Maldonado and Diego Sapunar. NoteMyProgress: A tool to support learners' Self-Regulated Learning strategies in MOOC environments (short, 87)

Session 5A: Learning Analytics

  • Mihai Dascalu, Philippe Dessus, Laurent Thuez and Stefan Trausan-Matu. How well do Student Nurses Write Case Studies? A Cohesion-Centered Textual Complexity Analysis (full, 38)
  • Maren Scheffel, Hendrik Drachsler, Christian Toisoul, Stefaan Ternier and Marcus Specht. The Proof of the Pudding: Examining Validity and Reliability of the Evaluation Framework for Learning Analytics (full, 86)
  • Rémi Venant, Kshitij Sharma, Pierre Dillenbourg, Philippe Vidal and Julien Broisin. Using sequential pattern mining to explore learners' behaviors and evaluate their correlation with performance in inquiry-based learning (full, 148)

Session 5B: Collaborative Learning

  • Mutlu Cukurova, Rose Luckin, Eva Millan and Manolis Mavrikis. Identifying collaboration in practice-based learning activities: Equality and Intra-individual variability of physical interactivity (full, 4)
  • Kshitij Sharma, Hamed Seiied Alavi, Patrick Jermann and Pierre Dillenbourg. Looking THROUGH versus Looking AT: A Strong Concept in Technology Enhanced Learning (full, 5)
  • Oliver Blunk and Michael Prilla. Prompting to Support Reflection: A Workplace Study (short, 154)
  • Jacco de Weerd, Esther Tan and Slavi Stoyanov. Fostering Interdisciplinary Knowledge Construction in Computer-Assisted Collaborative Concept Map (short, 178)

Session 6A: Learning Analytics

  • Marcel Schmitz, Evelien van Limbeek, Wolfgang Greller, Peter Sloep and Hendrik Drachsler. Towards Personalized Learning: Opportunities and challenges in using Learning Analytics in Learning Design (full, 127)
  • Tracie Farrell Frey, Alexander Mikroyannidis and Harith Alani. "We're Seeking Relevance": Qualitative Perspectives on the Impact of Learning Analytics on Teaching and Learning (short, 26)
  • David Azcona and Alan Smeaton. Targeting at-risk students using engagement and effort predictors in an introductory computer programming course (short, 42)
  • Maria De Marsico, Luca Moschella, Andrea Sterbini and Marco Temperini. Effects of network topology on the OpenAnswer’s Bayesian model of peer assessment (short, 149)

Session 6B: Design Research and Evaluation

  • Luis P. Prieto, Hamed S. Alavi and Himanshu Verma. Strong TEL Concepts: Towards Intermediary Knowledge in Technology Enhanced Learning Research (short, 16)
  • Leo Leppänen, Mikko Nurminen, Heli Väätäjä and Petri Ihantola. Search of the Emotional Design Effect in Programming Revised (short, 52)
  • Katerina Mangaroska and Michail Giannakos. Learning analytics for learning design: Towards evidence-driven decisions to enhance learning (short, 102)
  • Teresa Cerratto Pargman and Jalal Nouri. Configuring conditions for learning. A study of tablet appropriation in the school classroom (short, 116)
  • Effie Lai-Chong Law. Voices of Teachers and Students on Educational Technologies are Heard: Whose are Louder? (short, 126)
EC-TEL 2017

Supporting Organisations

Tallinn UniversityUniversité Jean Moulin Lyon 3KU LeuvenProekspertOpen University NetherlandsPUCInstitut Mines-TélécomArizona State UniversityUniversidad Nacional de Educación a DistanciaUniversité Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier - Accueil général FRAalborg University - Linking life and learning

Supporters:

European Association On Technology Enhanced Learning

Platinum Sponsor:

WEKIT