Academic Innovation at Michigan (AIM) Research: Quan Nguyen

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Rackham Graduate School - East Conference Room

915 East Washington Street

Ann Arbor, MI 48109

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AIM Research: Quan Nyugen, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, UMSI

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Join us on Friday, November 8 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the East Conference Room (4th Floor) at Rackham Graduate School for AIM Research as we welcome in Quan Nguyen (@Quannguyen3010), Postdoctoral Research Fellow, UMSI. Lunch will be provided. Please register for this event if you plan to attend.

Title: Using temporal analytics to detect inconsistencies between learning design and student engagement

Description: Learning analytics has the potential to make the temporal dimensions of learning processes more visible using fine-grained proxies of how and when students engage with online learning activities. In this talk, I will demonstrate the extent to which students actually follow the course timeline and the subsequent effect on their academic performance. I will also discuss some on-going work and future research directions, such as the role of learning analytics in addressing the attainment gap of ethnic minority students, and outlier detection for time-on-task estimation.

AIM Research (formerly AIM Analytics) is a monthly seminar series for researchers across U-M who are interested in research and learning analytics. The field of learning analytics is a multi and interdisciplinary field that brings together researchers from education, learning sciences, computational sciences and statistics, and all discipline-specific forms of educational inquiry.

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