Research clickstream data in online courses
The Centre's researchers analyze logs of online learning platforms, in particular clickstream data. This analysis allows you to form a more detailed picture of user interaction with the content: how students view the video (stop/resume viewing, rewind, change the volume, turn on/off subtitles, etc.), how and in what order they move from one course element to another, etc.
Research of forum activity on the Coursera platform
There are asynchronous forums on Coursera courses. They were created to help students successfully complete courses. Many studies confirm the positive impact of the forum on the final assessment. However, does the forum affect the successful solution of tasks? And does the type of task or its complexity affect the forum visit? To find out, we analyzed the click flow, i.e. the student's behavior on the Coursera platform site.
Research of blended learning
Blended learning is a teaching approach that combines traditional in-class learning and e-learning. This research represents an experiment in which we test two designs of student home study. The purpose of the experiment is to find out what statistical effect different types of home studies have on the final assignment.
Personalization in education: from programmed to adaptive learning
The main objectives of this descriptive study are to summarize research papers that include a description of the origins and current research on adaptive learning. The tasks also include analysis of existing features, elements, properties, approaches and description of examples of practical application of adaptive learning technologies based on 12 leading world projects. The final part of the study will be devoted to describing potential future directions for the development of adaptive learning. Thus, we will get a relatively complete, consistent description of adaptive learning technology, its structural components and qualitative features.
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