Third International Conference on Learning Analytics & Knowledge Vol 1, No 2 (2014) Journal of Learning Analytics

Hoy traemos a este espacio el número especial del Journal of Learning Analytics Vol 1, No 2 (2014)

Special Issue: Selected and Extended Papers from the Third International Conference on Learning Analytics & Knowledge

This issue is based on the selected, extended, and revised papers that were presented at the Third International Conference on Learning Analytics and Knowldge (LAK'13).

Table of Contents


Scientometrics as an Important Tool for the Growth of the Field of Learning AnalyticsPDF
Negin Mirriahi, Dragan Gasevic, Shane Dawson, Phillip D. Long1-4


Analysis and Reflections on the Third Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference (LAK 2013)PDF
Xavier Ochoa, Dan Suthers, Katrien Verbert, Erik Duval5-22
Epistemology, Assessment, Pedagogy: Where Learning Meets Analytics in the Middle SpacePDF
Simon Knight, Simon Buckingham Shum, Karen Littleton23‐47
Learning Analytics for Online Discussions: Embedded and Extracted ApproachesPDF
Alyssa Wise, Yuting Zhao, Simone Hausknecht48-71
Analyzing the Path of Ideas and Activity of Contributors in an Open Learning CommunityPDF
Iassen Halatchliyski, Tobias Hecking, Tilman Goehnert, H. Ulrich Hoppe72-93
A Strategy for Incorporating Learning Analytics into the Design and Evaluation of a K-12 Science CurriculumPDF
Carlos Monroy, Virginia Snodgrass Rangel, Reid Whitaker94-125
Peer Promotions as a Method to Identify Quality ContentPDF
Bjorn Levi Gunnarsson, Richard Alterman126-150
Analyzing Engineering Design through the Lens of ComputationPDF
Marcelo Worsley, Paulo Blikstein151-186

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Censura en Internet por paises .Test Your ‘Freedom on the Net’ Knowledge at the 2014 Internet Governance Forum.

Hoy traemos a este espacio un mapa interactivo realizado por IVPN , basado en el informe ...
Internet Censorship Around The World |

If you’re following the 2014 Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in Istanbul this week, you might want to refresh your memory about internet freedom around the world.

Malta-based privacy advocates IVPN can help you with an interactive map using the latest data from Freedom House’s Freedom on the Net report. The graphic shows the 60 countries rated Free, Partly Free, or Not Free in 2013. Click through to view details on the restrictions in each location, like blocks on social networks. It’s a great way to see how an internet haven like Iceland, which topped the list of Free countries, compares to an egregious offender, such as China.

Stay tuned for Freedom on the Net’s 2014 edition, which will be released in December and features new assessments of Singapore, Colombia, The Gambia, Zambia, and Canada. You can also follow @FreedomHouseDC on Twitter. Freedom House will be sharing updates from its IGF delegation, and from a workshop on internet freedoms in Istanbul on Friday, using the hashtag #FHdel.

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