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International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education

2018 Volume 28, Number 4

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Learning at Scale

    Ido Roll, Daniel M. Russell & Dragan Gaševic

    Learning at Scale is a fast growing field that affects formal, informal, and workplace education. Highly interdisciplinary, it builds on solid foundations in the learning sciences, computer science... More

    pp. 471-477

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  2. Design Guidelines and Empirical Case Study for Scaling Authentic Inquiry-Based Science Learning via Open Online Courses and Interactive Biology Cloud Labs

    Zahid Hossain, Engin Bumbacher, Alison Brauneis, Monica Diaz, Andy Saltarelli, Paulo Blikstein & Ingmar H. Riedel-Kruse

    The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and other national frameworks are calling for much more sophisticated approaches to STEM education, centered around the integration of complex... More

    pp. 478-507

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  3. How Do English Language Learners Interact with Different Content Types in MOOC Videos?

    Judith Uchidiuno, Ken Koedinger, Jessica Hammer, Evelyn Yarzebinski & Amy Ogan

    English Language Learners (ELLs) are a substantial portion of the students who enroll in MOOCs. In order to fulfill the promise of MOOCs -- i.e., making higher education accessible to everyone with... More

    pp. 508-527

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  4. Going Global: Understanding English Language Learners' Student Motivation in English-Language MOOCs

    Judith Odili Uchidiuno, Amy Ogan, Evelyn Yarzebinski & Jessica Hammer

    Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) offer high quality, free courses to anyone with an Internet connection. However, these courses may be relatively inaccessible to the large global population of... More

    pp. 528-552

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  5. The Civic Mission of MOOCs: Engagement across Political Differences in Online Forums

    Michael Yeomans, Brandon M. Stewart, Kimia Mavon, Alex Kindel, Dustin Tingley & Justin Reich

    Massive open online courses (MOOCs) attract diverse student bodies, and course forums could potentially be an opportunity for students with different political beliefs to engage with one another.... More

    pp. 553-589

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  6. Scaling Academic Writing Instruction: Evaluation of a Scaffolding Tool (Thesis Writer)

    Christian Rapp & Peter Kauf

    No thesis -- no graduation. Academic writing poses manifold challenges to students, instructors and institutions alike. High labor costs, increasing student numbers, and the Bologna Process (which ... More

    pp. 590-615

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  7. Automated Test Assembly for Handling Learner Cold-Start in Large-Scale Assessments

    Jill-Jênn Vie, Fabrice Popineau, Éric Bruillard & Yolaine Bourda

    In large-scale assessments such as the ones encountered in MOOCs, a lot of usage data is available because of the number of learners involved. Newcomers, that just arrive on a MOOC, have various... More

    pp. 616-631

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