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Can we predict success from log data in VLEs? Classification of interactions for learning analytics and their relation with performance in VLE-supported F2F and online learning
The main finding from this research is that, for each classification, there is a relation between some type of interactions and academic performance in online courses, whereas this relation is non-significant in the case of VLE-supported F2F courses. Expand
An evolving Learning Management System for new educational environments using 2.0 tools
This paper explores the integration of these tools in traditional learning environments, the various possibilities and their advantages and drawbacks, and an interoperability scenario is described and two experiences are presented to show how 2.0 tools can be integrated in learning activities, and its effect in educational process. Expand
Using Learning Analytics to improve teamwork assessment
There is a direct relation between student-student interactions and final grading corresponding to individual assessment of teamwork activities by teachers and a Learning Analytics system is introduced as support for the challenging task that teachers face in evaluating and monitoring individual progress within teamwork. Expand
Informal learning recognition through a cloud ecosystem
The TRAILER project demonstrates the possibility of gathering information related to informal learning activities independently of the context or tools used to carry them out, by providing a technological framework using cloud services, a workflow, and a methodology. Expand
Docs4Learning: Getting Google Docs to work within the LMS with IMS BLTI
This paper presents an integration proposal that using the IMS Basic Learning Tools Interoperability (IMS BLTI) standard turns Google Docs into an engine that powers collaborative learning activities within the LMS Moodle. Expand
Opening Learning Management Systems to Personal Learning Environments
The stability and maturity of the LMS may become yet another resistance factor working against the introduction of innovations, and this is the reason why learning platforms should become open and flexible environments. Expand
Visualisation of student learning model in serious games
A new tool for visualisation of student learning model during gameplay session is proposed, providing educators with real-time tracking of students learning and it enables them to react and influence the overall learning process. Expand
Implementation and design of a service-based framework to integrate personal and institutional learning environments
A service-based framework that supports the export of functionalities from the institutional to the personal environment and also the integration within the institution of learning outcomes from personal activities and shows that interoperability is possible, and that it benefits learners, teachers and institutions. Expand
Exploring Student Interactions: Learning Analytics Tools for Student Tracking
This paper presents four categories of learning analytics tools: dashboards, ad hoc tools, tools for analysis of specific issues, and learning analytics frameworks, and details the characteristics ofExpand
Exploring Software Engineering Subjects by Using Visual Learning Analytics Techniques
This paper presents a system that employs visual learning analytic techniques to facilitate the exploitation of information stored as raw data and examines how visual analytics can help decision-making, and in this context, how it helps to improve educational processes. Expand