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Program NLASI

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, 13-14 June 2022

Program (*times in CEST)

Program NLASI Stockholm, 13-14 June 2022 (pdf 416 kB)

DAY 1: June 13, 2022

9.00-9.20

Introduction & Welcome

Room D2

Lindstedtsvägen 9

Accessible entrance: Lindstedtsvägen 9, floor 3; Secondary entrance: Lindstedtsvägen 5, floor 3

9.20-10.00

Keynote: Dirk Ifenthaler

Guiding the Implementation of Learning Analytics for Study Success

Room D2

10.00-10.25 Coffee break/Fika

Ljusgården

Lindstedtsvägen 9

PAPER Session 1: Responsible Learning Analytics

Chair: Teresa Cerratto-Pargman

Room D2

10.25-10.40

Alexandra Farazouli, Teresa Cerratto-Pargman, Uno Fors &Cormac McGrath (Stockholm University)

Exploring the Ethical Dimensions of Automated Grading Systems

10.40-10.55

Chantal Mutimukwe, Olga Viberg, Teresa Cerratto-Pargman & Lena-Maria Öberg (Stockholm University, KTH, Mittuniversitet)

Students’ Privacy Concerns in Learning Analytics: Model Development

10.55-11.10

Elin Sporrong, Cormac McGrath & Teresa Cerratto-Pargman (Stockholm University)

Mapping university teachers’ perspectives on value and sustainable AI-technology

11.10-11.25 Minibreak/networking

PAPER Session 2: National Perspective on Learning Analytics

Chair: Olga Viberg

Room D2

11.25-11.40

Martin Ebner & Sandra Schön (Graz University of Technology)

Learning Analytics in Austrian Higher Education: Experiences from a national research project

11.40-11.55

Martin Ebner & Sandra Schön (Graz University of Technology)

Learning Analytics at the Austrian MOOC platform: Developments and Experiences from iMooX.at

11.55-12.10

Annika Agélii Genlott (Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions)

Digitalization in education – a national and regional concern

12.10-13.00 Lunch (catering)

Ljusgården,

Lindstedtsvägen 9

Paper Session 3: Multimodal Learning Analytics

Chair: Daniel Spikol

Room D2

13.00-13.15

Eetu Haataja, Jonna Malmberg &Sanna Järvelä (University of Oulu)

Multimodal correlates of challenges in collaborative learning

13.15-13.30

Daniel Spikol, Zaibei Li & Sergio Serrano-Iglesias (University of Copenhagen, Universidad de Valladolid)

IoT Voice Analysis Sensors for MMLA

13.30-13.40 Minibreak/networking

13.40-13.55

Diane Litman (University of Pittsburgh, KTH Royal Institute of Technology)

Discussion Tracker: Helping Teachers Improve Collaborative Argumentation in Classroom Discussions through AI-based Discussion Analytics

13.55-14.10

Gustaf Öqvist Seimyr, Elizabeth Benton Meisinger, Hannah Manning and Mattias Nilsson (Karolinska Institutet, Lexplore & University of Memphis)

On the validity of eye tracking and machine learning for reading assessment

14.10-15.00

Coffee break/Fika/Networking

Ljusgården,

Lindstedtsvägen 9

15.00-15.45

Keynote: Jan Gulliksen (KTH)

The chock-digitalization of university education and whereto next…?

Room D2

16.00-18.00

Boat tour!

Djurgården Runt

Pick up (bus) from KTH at 16.00

18.00-20.00

DINNER at KTH Campus

Syster & Bror

Drottning Kristinas väg 24

DAY 2: June 14, 2022

9.00-9.20

Welcome and news

Room D2

9.20-10.00

Keynote: Tinne De Laet

On the (non)sense of chances of success and predictions in Learning Analytics Dashboards

Room D2

10.00-10.30 Coffee break/Fika/Networking

Ljusgården

Paper Sessions (Parallel)

Chair: Andreas Jemstedt Ric Glassey

10.30-10.45

Track 1: Regulation in Learning (D34)

Track 2: Learning Analytics (D35)

Andy Nguyen &
Sanna Järvelä
(Oulu University)

(University of Oulu)

Human-AI Self-Regulated Learning Model

Ngoc Buu Cat Nguyen

(University West)

Developing a framework of Learning Analytics integrated Learning Design for Employed Adult Learners

Track 1: D34

Track 2: D35

10.45-11.00

Eija Vuorenmaa, Andy Nguyen & Sanna Järvelä

(University of Oulu)

How interpretations of task difficulty relate to collaborative learning patterns, regulation, and learner performance

Kairit Tammets and Manisha Khulbe

(Tallin University)

Learning technologies to mediate teachers' learning for enhancing students' deeper learning experience

11.00-11.10

Minibreak/networking

11.10-11.25

Ward Peeters, Olga Viberg & Daniel Spikol

(Leiden University, KTH, & University of Copenhagen)

Connecting the pieces of self-regulation in foreign language students’ collaborative discourse for academic writing: An epistemic network analysis approach

Adam Palmquist, Isak Barbopoulos & Niklas Humble

(Gothenburg University, Mittuniversitet)

Challenges in Handling the Vast Dataset from a Gamified Learning Management System

11.25-11.40

Kateryna Zabolotna & Jonna Malmberg(University of Oulu)

Capturing 9th-graders’ metacognitive conditions and monitoring for group-level regulation and collaborative knowledge construction in a wicked collaborative AI-based task

Nihad Subasic & Johanna Velander(KTH & Linnaeus University)

Data integration: architecture for Learning Analytics Dashboard

12.00-13.00 Lunch (catering)

Ljusgården

Workshop/Tutorial Sessions

13.00-14.00

Mario Romero (KTH)

Visualizations Tutorial

Visualization studio

(VIC studio)

14.00-14.30

Coffee break/Fika/Networking

Ljusgården

14.30-16.00

Workshop 1

Olle Bälter & Richard Glassey (KTH)

Pure question-based learning

(D34)

Workshop 2

Nihad Subasic & Johanna Velander (KTH & Linnaeus University)

Learning Analytics Dashboard in Engineering Education

(D35)

D34/D35

16.00-16.20

Wrap Up and Closing

Room D2

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