Learning and Knowledge Analytics in Open Education: Selected Readings from the AECT-LKAOE 2015 Summer International Research Symposium

Feng-Qi Lai, James D. Lehman
Springer, 26 juil. 2016 - 230 pages
This book explores trends in learning and knowledge analytics in open education, as explored in proceedings papers from AECT-LKAOE 2015 International Research Symposium. The chapters investigate various issues surrounding open education in all disciplines, such as learning design in open-ended learning environments, MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), learning analytics studies and applications, and technology and new media. The chapter authors provide guidance for how to design and develop most effective, efficient, and appealing instruction as well as suggesting learning strategies relevant to the open education era.

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Table des matières

1 Learning Is a Journey not a Destination
Questions of Conscience
3 Using Data Analytics to Drive Performance and Instructional DecisionMaking
Serving the Learning Process Design and Optimization
5 Design of Online Student Orientation with Conceptual and Procedural Scaffolding
How Is Learning Improved by Providing and Receiving Feedback?
Instructional Strategies for Nailing JellO to a Tree
8 Utopian and Dystopian Futures for Learning Technologies
Opportunities and Challenges
An Integration Guideline for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
13 An Instructional Design Model for Information Science
14 If Content Is King then e3 Instruction Is Queen
15 Academic Writing Publishing and Presentations in Educational Technology
16 Chinese Scholars Perspectives Regarding Educational Technology
17 Epilogue

9 Open Educational Resources OERBased Flipped Classroom Practice in an Undergraduate Course
10 Tracking Students Activities in Serious Games

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À propos de l'auteur (2016)

Feng-Qi Lai is a Professor and the Graduate Program Coordinator at Indiana State University. She received her Ph.D. in Educational Technology from Purdue University in 1997. After her graduation, she worked for corporations in the Chicago area until 2002 as the Director of Training and later as the Senior Instructional Designer/Project Manager. Prior to 1992, she taught K-12 and in the university for a total of more than 14 years while in China. Dr. Lai started her publications and translations in 1983. Her first translation entitled Writing Scientific Papers in English by O'Connor, M., & Woodford, F. P. was printed in 1983 (62,000 copies) and reprinted in 1985 (62,001 – 72,100). One of the papers she translated received the Award for Scientific English Translation at the Second Scientific Translation National Competition, China, in 1983. Her publications include books, book chapters, and journal papers in both English and Chinese. She also worked on more than three thousand phrases in A Complete dictionary of English-Chinese idiomatic phrases edited by Xing, Z., the work of which was started in 1991 and published in 1995.
James D. Lehman is a professor of learning design and technology and the Jerry and Rosie Semler Director of the Discovery Learning Research Center at Purdue University. He has also served in leadership roles as associate dean for discovery and faculty development in the College of Education and head of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Purdue. Professor Lehman’s scholarship and teaching focuses on technology integration in education particularly in the sciences, e-learning, and interactive multimedia. He has published more than 50 refereed journal articles and book chapters and is co-author of Educational technology for teaching and learning, an educational technology textbook now in its 4th edition.

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