Rémi Bachelet

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Overall the social capital of MOOCs is under-exploited. For most students in MOOCs, autonomous learning often means learning alone. Students interested in adding a social dimension to their learning can browse discussion threads, join social medias and may message other students but usually in a blind and somehow random way, only hoping to find someone(More)
Given the increasing number of students registering to MOOCs for free, course instructors who want to go beyond automated evaluation have no choice but to use peer assessment. Despite the increasing use of peer evaluation, very little is known regarding the factors that influence assessors’ engagement in the process. Based on two editions of Introduction to(More)
Lack of social relationship has been shown to be an important contribution factor for attrition in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Helping students to connect with other students is therefore a promising solution to alleviate this phenomenon. Following up on our previous research showing that embedding a peer recommender in a MOOC had a positive impact(More)
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