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Building a Tool to Help Teachers Analyse Learners' Interactions in a Networked Learning Environment
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Educational Media International Volume 47, Number 3, ISSN 0952-3987

Abstract

Educators participating in networked learning communities have very little support from integrated tools in evaluating students' learning activities flow and examining learners' online behaviour. There is a need for non-intrusive ways to monitor learners' progress in order better to follow their learning process and appraise the online course effectiveness. This paper presents a conceptual framework and an innovative tool, called LMSAnalytics, that allows teachers and evaluators easily to track the learners' online behaviour, make judgments about learners' activity flow and gain a better insight about the knowledge constructed and skills acquired in a networked learning environment. (Contains 5 figures.)

Citation

Petropoulou, O., , A., Retalis, S., Nicolaou, C.A., Kannas, C., Vasiliadou, M. & Pattis, I. (2010). Building a Tool to Help Teachers Analyse Learners' Interactions in a Networked Learning Environment. Educational Media International, 47(3), 231-246. Retrieved May 26, 2020 from .

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