Transfer Workshop @ Digitaltag 2022 on highly informative and data-driven feedback with AI in higher education

Transfer Workshop @ Digitaltag 2022 on highly informative and data-driven feedback with AI in higher education

Artificial Intelligence, Conference, Event, Higher Education, Learning Analytics, Open access, School, Transfer Activity, Webinar, Workshop
The third Digitaltag will take place on June 24, 2022. The initiative "Digital for All" is behind the Digitaltag. The alliance of more than 25 organizations from the fields of civil society, culture, science, business, welfare and the public sector unites a common goal: to promote digital participation in Germany. Prof. Dr. Hendrik Drachsler contributes a talk on highly informative and data-driven feedback with AI in higher education. Feedback is a powerful element of all learning processes. However, it is difficult to offer highly informative feedback to large groups of learners. The Educational Technology Collective at Goethe University and the DIPF Leibniz Institute Frankfurt am Main are conducting research on this challenge in a variety of projects. In this talk, Professor Dr. Drachsler will present on designing highly informative feedback…
Read More
zugehOERt Podcast 081: Learning Analytics und OER

zugehOERt Podcast 081: Learning Analytics und OER

Assessment, General education, Learning Analytics, Learning Design, Press, Webinar
Im Gespräch mit Susanne Grimm führt Ioana Jivet an das Thema Learning Analytics heran und geht auf dessen Mehrwert für Lehrende und Lernende auch im Hinblick auf eine mögliche Bedeutung für den größeren Nutzen von OER ein. Ioana Jivet ist seit 2021 assoziierte Wissenschaftlerin im EduTec-Team am DIPF. Als Postdoktorandin in der Einrichtung studiumdigitale der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt ist sie als Forschungskoordinatorin wissenschaftlicher Forschungsanteile der laufenden Projekte: HIKOF und IMPACT tätig. Im Rahmen des Hessen Hub – Netzwerk digitale Hochschullehre Hessen leitet sie das Schwerpunktthema Trusted Learning Analytics. Den Podcast hier anhören  
Read More
Webinar: What happens when students get to choose indicators on customisable dashboards?

Webinar: What happens when students get to choose indicators on customisable dashboards?

Conference, Higher Education, Learning Analytics, Webinar
Learning analytics dashboards (LADs) are essentially feedback tools for learners. However, until recently, learners rarely have had a role in designing LADs, especially in deciding the information they would like to receive through such devices. Although learners might not always know what they need to self-manage their learning, we need to understand what type of feedback information and dashboard features they are likely to engage with and if, when, and how they use dashboards. To explore how LADs can better meet the needs of learners, we have embarked on two sets of studies aiming to understand students' information needs. In the first set of studies, we developed a customisable LAD for Coursera MOOCs on which learners can set goals and choose feedback indicators to monitor. We then analysed the learners'…
Read More
QE Webinar series moderated by DIPF

QE Webinar series moderated by DIPF

Further Education, General education, Higher Education, Lifelong Learning, School, Webinar
The monthly QE Webinar Series showcases emerging research and exciting new developments in Quantitative Ethnography. These one-hour events begin with a 30-minute presentation by scholars from the QE community, followed by 30 minutes of moderated discussion. Attendance is free and open to anyone who is interested! The DIPF is currently moderating a series of webinars of the Quantified Ethnography (QE) community as pre-events to the QE conference taking place in October. So far we have been discussing the following topics and the recording can be watched back: Putting the E in QE: How Quantitative Ethnography can Enrich Qualitative Analyses Yotam Hod University of Haifa QE Data ChallengeField Report: Reflecting on the benefits of multidisciplinary research teams Daniel Spikol University of Copenhagen, DK Barbara Wasson University of Bergen, Norway Stefano Schiavetto…
Read More