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Monitoring Student Activity in Collaborative Software Development

  title={Monitoring Student Activity in Collaborative Software Development},
  author={D. Dietsch and A. Podelski and Jaechang Nam and P. Papadopoulos and M. Sch{\"a}f},
This paper presents data analysis from a course on Software Engineering in an effort to identify metrics and techniques that would allow instructor to act proactively and identify patterns of low engagement and inefficient peer collaboration. Over the last two terms, 106 students in their second year of studies formed 20 groups and worked collaboratively to develop video games. Throughout the lab, students have to use a variety of tools for managing and developing their projects, such as… Expand
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