Nikola Milikic

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In this design briefing, we introduce the Learn-B environment, our attempt in designing and implementing a research prototype to address some of the challenges inherent in workplace learning: the informal aspect of workplace learning requires knowledge workers to be supported in their self-regulatory learning (SRL) processes, whilst its social nature draws(More)
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In the last few years, the Social Web has offered new affordances for how learning is conceptualized and supported. Supporting workplace learning, however, faces specific challenges, some in particular due to its informal, contextual and social nature. The informal nature of workplace learning requires knowledge workers to be supported in their(More)
The paper presents how the concept and technology of Open Badges are applied in the GRASS project for acknowledging, grading, awarding and recognizing learners' efforts and achievements in developing their soft skills (like self-regulation, leadership, collaboration, skilled communication, problem solving and innovation). Specifically, the paper describes a(More)
Abstr act. Determining the semantic relatedness (SR) of two terms has been an appealing topic in information retrieval for many years as such information is useful for various tasks ranging from tag recommendation, over search query refinement to suggesting new web resources for the user to discover. Most approaches consider the SR of terms as static over(More)
We consider the problem of visualizing and exploring a dataset about research publications from the fields of Learning Analytics (LA) and Educational Data Mining (EDM). Our approach is based on semantic annotation that associates publications from the dataset with Wikipedia topics. We present a visualization and exploration tool, called Paperista(More)