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Workshop on the use of computational methods in education

The Centre holds a regular workshop on the application of computational methods in education (usually 2 times a month). The Centre's employees speak at seminars. The purpose of the workshop is to teach, share experience, report about events attended, articles read, and report on research or ideas.

Past workshops

May 11, 2021

Speaker: Irina Bleskina, Deputy Head of the Centre

Topic: Video Learning Analytics: Exploring behavioral patterns and clusters of learners in online video-based learning

April 27, 2021

Speaker: Natalia Gorlova, analyst of the Centre

Topic: Understanding the intention to continue working among MOOC participants: The role of MOOC habit and effectiveness

April 13, 2021

Speaker: Vladimir Mikheev, analyst of the Centre

Topic: Online fraud against the background of COVID-19

March 30, 2021

Speakers: Anastasia Kostyanitsyna, analyst of the Centre, and Evgeny Glazunov, programmer of the Centre

Topic: Automatic search for formula constructions in Icelandic

March 16, 2021

Speaker: Grigory Kovtun, programmer of the Centre

Topic: The importance and meaning of session behavior in a MOOC

March 2, 2021

Speaker: Evgeny Glazunov, programmer of the Centre

Topic: Quality criteria for online courses

February 16, 2021

Speaker: Ekaterina Kalyaeva, analyst of eLearning Office

Subject: The case for embedded instruction: The instructor as a source of attentional and social cues in video lectures

February 2, 2021

Speaker: Natalia Kamchatkina, analyst of the Centre

Topic: Problems of using educational analytics in teaching activities and ways to overcome them

 

Workshops 2020

Workshops 2019


 

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