Tracking and annotation in skills-based learning environments

Abstract

This paper outlines a series of experiments looking at the annotation and subsequent analysis of skills-based learning and teaching in the domain of Nursing. The experiments used Semantic Web technologies to create and store annotations of the student's activities. A number of techniques were used to create these annotations ranging from manual textual annotations by observers through to automatic spatial annotations from a location tracking system. Combining these annotations sets points towards new methods for analysis of both student learning and educational viewpoints on such skills-based labs. Initial observations from these proof of concept studies will be presented along with future directions the work may take.

DOI: 10.1109/PERCOM.2009.4912884

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@article{Weal2009TrackingAA, title={Tracking and annotation in skills-based learning environments}, author={Mark J. Weal and Danius T. Michaelides and Kevin R. Page and David De Roure and Mary Gobbi and Eloise Monger and Fernando Martinez}, journal={2009 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications}, year={2009}, pages={1-6} }