Thesis / Dissertation

Temporal analytics for understanding students’ study behaviours in digital educational environments

Donia Malekian, James Bailey (ed.)

Published : 2020

Abstract

The growth of using technologies in education has motivated the development of research to study and promote students’ academic success in the educational environments applying them. Digital educational settings provide a high volume of data for this analytical purpose and enable researches to easily collect and analyse data from students’ interactions within the system (audit trails) as they proceed towards their study goals. This has motivated the development of Learning Analytics (LA) approaches in these educational settings that offer innovative applications of analytics methods to understand and promote students’ study behaviours. One of the main challenges of LA approaches is making co..

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