Vol 1, No 3 (2014)

Widening the Field and Sparks of the Future

Table of Contents

Editorial

Widening the Field and Sparks of the Future PDF
Negin Mirriahi, Shane Dawson, Dragan Gasevic, Philip D. Long 1-3

Special section: LAK'14 selected and invited papers

Learning Analytics Research, Theory and Practice: Widening the Discipline PDF
Abelardo Pardo, Stephanie Teasley 4-6
Engagement vs Performance: Using Electronic Portfolios to Predict First Semester Engineering Student Persistence PDF
Everaldo Aguiar, G. Alex Ambrose Ambrose, Nitesh V. Chawla, Victoria Goodrich, Jay Brockman 7-33
Analysis of Dynamic Resource Access Patterns in Online Courses PDF
Tobias Hecking, Sabrina Ziebarth, Heinz Ulrich Hoppe 34-60
Statistical Discourse Analysis: A method for modeling online discussion processes PDF
MIng Ming Chiu, Nobuko Fujita 61-83
Curricular Design Analysis: A Data-Driven Perspective PDF
Gonzalo Mendez, Xavier Ochoa, Katherine Chiluiza, Bram de Wever 84-119
Setting Learning Analytics in Context: Overcoming the Barriers to Large-Scale Adoption PDF
Rebecca Ferguson, Leah P. Macfadyen, Doug Clow, Belinda Tynan, Shirley Alexander, Shane Dawson 120-144

Special section: Sparks of the learning analytics future (LASI 2014)

Introduction into Sparks of the Learning Analytics Future PDF
Mykola Pechenizkiy, Dragan Gasevic 145-149
Characterizing User Behaviors and Resulting Products in an Online Educational Community: A Comparison between Novices and Elders PDF
Min Yuan, Mimi Recker 150-153
An Adaptive Model of Student Performance Using Inverse Bayes PDF
Charles Lang 154-156
Leveraging MSLQ Data for Predicting Students Achievement Goal Orientations PDF
Liaqat Ali, Marek Hatala, Dragan Gašević, Philip H. Winne 157-160
Constructing Programming Tests from an Item Pool: Pushing the Limits of Student Knowledge using Assessment and Learning Analytics PDF
Vladimir Ivančević 161-164
Temporal Learning Analytics for Adaptive Assessment PDF
Zacharoula Papamitsiou, Anastasios A. Economides 165-168
Early Prediction of Student Dropout and Performance in MOOCs using Higher Granularity Temporal Information PDF
Cheng Ye, Gautam Biswas 169-172
Mobile Adaptive Communication Support for Vocabulary Acquisition PDF
Carrie Demmans Epp 173-175
Classroom Social Signal Analysis PDF
Mirko Raca, Pierre Dillenbourg 176-178
eWorkbooks for Mathematics: Mapping the Independent Learning Experiences of Elementary Students with Learning Disabilities PDF
Tara L Kaczorowski, Sharon Raimondi 179-182
Modeling Learners’ Cognitive, Affective, and Social Processes through Language and Discourse PDF
Nia Marcia Maria Dowell, Arthur C. Graesser 183-186
Goffman’s front stage and backstage behaviors in online education PDF
Dawn Marie Gilmore 187-190
Learning Analytics for Networked Learning Models PDF
Srecko Joksimovic, Dragan Gasevic, Marek Hatala 191-194
Learning Analytics for Communities of Inquiry PDF
Vitomir Kovanovic, Dragan Gasevic, Marek Hatala 195-198
Learning Dashboards PDF
Sven Charleer, Joris Klerkx, Erik Duval 199-202
A Longitudinal Study on Learner Career Advancement in MOOCs PDF
Yuan Wang, Luc Paquette, Ryan Baker 203-206
Labour Market Driven Learning Analytics PDF
Vladimer Birondo Kobayashi, Stefan Mol, Gabor Kismihok 207-210

Hot Spot Papers

Critical Factors In Data Governance For Learning Analytics PDF
Noureddine Elouazizi 211-222
Connecting Analytics and Curriculum Design: Process and Outcomes of Building a Tool to Browse Data Relevant to Course Designers PDF
Robert L. Dunbar, Molly J. Dingel, Xavier Prat-Resina 223-243