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Italian Journal of Educational Technology

Dec 31, 2014 Volume 22, Number 3

Editors

Donatella Persico; Stefania Manca; Francesca Pozzi

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Penetrating the fog: analytics in learning and education

    Phillip Long & George Siemens

    Nell\u2019era di Internet, delle tecnologie mobili e dell\u2019istruzione aperta, la necessit di interventi per migliorare l\u2019efficienza e la qualit dell\u2019istruzione superiore diventata... More

    pp. 132-137

  2. Learning Analytics: drivers, developments and challenges

    Rebecca Ferguson

    Learning analytics is a significant area of Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL) that has emerged during the last decade. This review of the field begins with an examination of the technological,... More

    pp. 138-147

  3. Using Gephi to visualize online course participation: a Social Learning Analytics approach

    ngel Hernndez-Garca

    Online education poses big challenges, especially in distance education, where students must adapt to self-directed learning, teachers need to adopt a different way of delivering educational... More

    pp. 148-156

  4. Learning Analytics: opportunities for schools

    Giovanni Fulantelli & Davide Taibi

    La valutazione delle esperienze di apprendimento che avvengono in ambienti in cui le interazioni sono mediate dalle tecnologie una sfida ardua che deve essere affrontata con approcci adeguati. Le... More

    pp. 157-164

  5. The resurgence of community in online learning

    Stephen Downes

    In this contribution Stephen Downes addresses the question of how massive open online courses (MOOCs) will impact the future of distance education. The presentation considers in some detail the... More

    pp. 165-172

  6. What is the future for MOOCs in Italy?

    Francesca Pozzi & Grainne Conole

    Questo contributo descrive il fenomeno dei MOOC e ne definisce il concetto, tenendo in considerazione le numerose varianti nate negli ultimi anni nel panorama mondiale. L\u2019articolo guarda alle ... More

    pp. 173-182

  7. The use of technology at school: teachers' point of view

    Sandra Legrottaglie & Maria Ligorio

    This research study examines how 65 teachers in Italy perceive educational use of technology and internet. The data were gathered by way of a semi-structured interview, with answers transcribed and... More

    pp. 183-190

  8. Il progetto METIS: un ponte tra la ricerca sul Learning Design e la pratica educativa

    Francesca Pozzi, Donatella Persico & Luigi Sarti

    METIS (Meeting teachers\u2019 co-design needs by means of Integrated Learning Environments) is a project aiming to promote the adoption of advanced learning design methods.It is developing tools... More

    pp. 191-192