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Usage Analysis in Learning Systems. Published . Publisher: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

Abstract

This book explores different approaches for analyzing student data
collected electronically in computer-based learning activities in order to support
teaching and learning. The articles selected for this special issue are extended versions of the papers presented at the workshop on Usage Analysis in Learning Systems, organized in conjunction with the 12th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 2005).

Citation

Choquet, C., Luengo, V. & Yacef, K. (2009). Usage Analysis in Learning Systems. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). Retrieved October 17, 2018 from .

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Contents

Preface: Usage Analysis in Learning Systems p. 7
Christophe Choquet, Vanda Luengo, and Kalina Yacef
Modeling Tracks for the Model Driven Re-engineering of a TEL System p. 9
Christophe Choquet and Sebastien Iksal
Results from Action Analysis in an Interactive Learning Environment p. 33
Oliver Scheuer, Martin Muhlenbr
Towards Live Informing and Automatic Analyzing of Student Learning: Reporting in ASSISTment Sytem p. 55
Mingyu Feng and Neil T. Heffernan
Beyond Logging of Fingertip Actions: Analysis of Collaborative Learning Using Multiple Sources of Data p. 79
Nikolaos Avouris, Georgios Fiotakis, Georgios Kahrimanis, Meletis Margaritis, and Vassilis Komis
Monitoring an Online Course with the GISMO Tool: A Case Study p. 99
Riccardo Mazza and Luca Botturi
Matching the Performed Activity on an Educational Platform with a Recommended Pedagogical Scenario: A Multi-Source Approach p. 115
Jean-Charles Marty, Jean-Mathias Heraud, Thibault Carron, and Laure France
From Data Analysis to Design Patterns in a Collaborative Context p. 133
Vincent Barre, Christophe Choquet, and Hassina El-Kechai
A Structured Set of Design Patterns for Learners' Assessment p. 157
Elisabeth Delozanne, Franscoise Le Calvez, Agathe Merceron, and Jean-Marc labat