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Multidisciplinarity vs. Multivocality, the case of "Learning Analytics"

Abstract : In this paper, we consider an analysis of the TeLearn archive, of the Grand Challenges from the STELLAR Network of Excellence, of two Alpine Rendez-Vous 2011 workshops and research conducted in the Productive Multivocality initiative in order to discuss the notions of multidisciplinarity, multivocality and interidisciplinarity. We use this discussion as a springboard for addressing the term "Learning Analytics" and its relation to "Educational Data Mining". Our goal is to launch a debate pertaining to what extent the different disciplines involved in the TEL community can be integrated on methodological and theoretical levels.
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Nicolas Balacheff, Kristine Lund. Multidisciplinarity vs. Multivocality, the case of "Learning Analytics". LAK 2013 - International Conference on Learning Analytics and Knowledge, Apr 2013, Leuven, Belgium. pp.5-13, ⟨10.1145/2460296.2460299⟩. ⟨hal-00805362⟩



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