How Do We Model Learning at Scale? A Systematic Review of Research on MOOCs

  title={How Do We Model Learning at Scale? A Systematic Review of Research on MOOCs},
  author={S. Joksimovi{\'c} and Oleksandra Poquet and Vitomir Kovanovic and N. Dowell and C. Mills and D. Gasevic and S. Dawson and A. Graesser and C. Brooks},
  journal={Review of Educational Research},
  pages={43 - 86}
  • S. Joksimović, Oleksandra Poquet, +6 authors C. Brooks
  • Published 2018
  • Psychology
  • Review of Educational Research
  • Despite a surge of empirical work on student participation in online learning environments, the causal links between the learning-related factors and processes with the desired learning outcomes remain unexplored. This study presents a systematic literature review of approaches to model learning in Massive Open Online Courses offering an analysis of learning-related constructs used in the prediction and measurement of student engagement and learning outcome. Based on our literature review, we… CONTINUE READING
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