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Social Learning Analytics
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We propose that the design and implementation of effective Social Learning Analytics (SLA) present significant challenges and opportunities for both research and enterprise, in three important respects. Expand
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Learning dispositions and transferable competencies: pedagogy, modelling and learning analytics
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We describe, for the first time, a learning analytics infrastructure for gathering data at scale, managing stakeholder permissions, the range of analytics that it supports from real time summaries to exploratory research, and a particular visual analytic which has been shown to have demonstrable impact on learners. Expand
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Argumentation-based design rationale: what use at what cost?
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A design rationale (DR) is a representation of the reasoning behind the design of an artifact. Expand
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Cohere: Towards Web 2.0 Argumentation
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This paper reviews the current state of the art in Web Argumentation, describes key features of the Web 2.0 orientation, and identifies some of the tensions that must be negotiated in bringing these worlds together. Expand
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Negotiating the Construction and Reconstruction of Organisational Memories
  • S. B. Shum
  • Computer Science
  • J. Univers. Comput. Sci.
  • 1997
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This paper describes an approach to capturing organisational memory, which serves to ground an analysis of human issues that knowledge management (KM) technologies raise. Expand
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Student retention and learning analytics: A snapshot of Australian practices and a framework for advancement
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The analysis of data from user interactions with technologies is literally changing how organisations function, prioritise and compete in an international market. Expand
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ScholOnto: an ontology-based digital library server for research documents and discourse
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This paper describes the design rationale and implementation of ScholOnto, an ontology based digital library server to support scholarly interpretation and discourse. Expand
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Graphical Argumentation and Design Cognition
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A use-oriented analysis of a graphical argumentation notation known as QOC (Questions, Options, and Criteria). Expand
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Compendium: Making Meetings into Knowledge Events
methodology and suite of tools. Compendium isthe result of over a decade’s research and development at the intersection of collaborativemodeling, organizational memory, computer-supportedExpand
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The Roots of Computer Supported Argument Visualization
  • S. B. Shum
  • Computer Science
  • Visualizing Argumentation
  • 2003
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This chapter considers some of the “roots” to Computer-Supported Argument Visualization (CSAV). Expand
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