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Postdoc & PhD 4 Learning Analytics, Frankfurt, Germany

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The German Institute for International Educational Research (DIPF) is a national centre for educational research and educational information, it is jointly funded by the federal government and the federal states. DIPF is a member of the Leibniz Association operating from locations in Frankfurt am Main and Berlin, with around 300 employees. We are currently building up an Educational Technology research group with a specific focus on Learning Analytics in Frankfurt Germany under close collaboration of the German Institute for International Education Research (DIPF) and the Computer Science faculty of the Goethe University of Frankfurt. Learning analytics is the measurement, collection,…

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#LAK17 – it’s all about multimodality

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The 2017 edition of the Learning Analytics & Knowledge conference beat all the previous records with 344 submissions from 1000 authors and 415 participants, the acceptance rate of the full paper was 34%. Multimodality is the main focus The trending topic of #LAK17 is undoubtedly multimodality. Two keynotes out of three Sanna Jarvela and Sydney D’Mello focus on multimodal data for learning. The topic is also reflected in many studies presented during the parallel presentations. The 3 keynote speakers in #LAK17 seem to be embracing #multimodallity in different ways! #CrossLAK and #MMLA more relevant than ever? — Roberto Martinez (@RobertoResearch) 15…

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PhD Round Table – Teachers assessment in DojoIBL

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What is the ‘PhD Round Table’ initiative at TELi?   The PRT is an informal meeting that takes place in the TELi department every two weeks and it only has one item in the agenda. Each session a PhD brings to the table a question/concern/idea/problem (you name it…), which is discussed at least for an hour. The participation is not mandatory but it is highly appreciated. The PRT goals are: (1) to increase the intellectual discussions within the TELi group, (2) to raise awareness about others topics and (3) to brainstorm and to discuss different perspectives to a problem. My…

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