Beyond logging of fingertip actions: analysis of collaborative learning using multiple sources of data

Abstract : In this article we discuss key requirements for collecting behavioural data concerning technology-supported collaborative learning activities. It is argued that the common practice of analysis of computer generated logfiles of user interactions with software tools is not enough for building a thorough view of the activity. Instead more contextual information is needed to be captured in multiple media like video, audio files, snapshots, etc, in order to re-construct the learning process. A software environment (Collaborative Analysis Tool ColAT) that supports inter-relation of such resources in order to analyse the collected evidence and produce interpretative views of the activity is described.
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Nikolaos Avouris, Georgios Fiotakis, Georgios Kahrimanis, Meletis Margaritis, Vassilis Komis. Beyond logging of fingertip actions: analysis of collaborative learning using multiple sources of data. Journal of Interactive Learning Research, Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, 2007, 18(2) Special Issue: Usage Analysis in Learning Systems : Existing Approaches and Scientific Issues, pp.231-250. ⟨hal-00190017⟩

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