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Athabasca University

Research Area Information:

Main Research Area: Learning Analytics
Total Project 7
Total Funding 3,261,824
Total Number of Faculty Involved 0
Total Number of Research Assistants Involved 0
Source Name Total Funding
Faculty Researcher(s)
Research Areas
adaptive learning systemartificial intelligence and educationblogs
co-regulated learningcognitive modellingcommunity information management
computational models of learning analyticscomputer-supported collaborative learningcomputer-supported cooperative work
computing techniques for learning analyticsdata miningdata, skill, competency, and knowledge
design (principles and guidelines, process, applications)design of web systemse-education
e-instructional designe-learninge-portfolio
e-scienceevaluation issues (methods, usability, experience)game-based learning
human-based issues (perception, cognition, affect)impact (humans, work, organization, society, culture, international)information visualization
interactive technologies (visual, information display)knowledge representation and reasoninglearning intervention, privacy, and ethics
mobile learningmobile technologiesmodel-driven architecture and development
multi-modal user interactionnatural language understandingNLP
ontologiesorganisational vs. individual learningpersonalisation and adaptivity
personalizationrequirementsself-regulated learning
semantic webservice-oriented architecturessocial computing
social impactsocial mediasocial networks
software architecturesoftware product linestechnology-enhanced learning
theories of learning analyticsuser adaptive interactionuser interface design and evaluation
user modellingvisualisation and interactionweb services
Project Name Start Date End Date Total Funding
NSERC/iCORE/Xerox/Markin Industrial Research Chair in Adaptivity and Personalization in Informatics2010-04-012015-03-312,280,000
Canada Research Chair (Tier II) in Semantic Technologies2009-01-012013-12-31500,000
Social Spaces2009-10-012012-09-01460,000
Collaborative Project2011-06-012012-05-31 --
Semantic Technologies for Integrating Environments used in Learning of Programming Languages2010-04-012011-02-286,000
Deriving Semantics from Learning Contexts2001-01-012011-01-0110,000
Computerized Method of Assessing Open-ended Questions2009-10-012010-03-315,823

Updated July 30 2015 by FST Technical Staff

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