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Athabasca University

Research Area Information:

Main Research Area: Data Management
Total Project 4
Total Funding 1,372,000
Total Number of Faculty Involved 0
Total Number of Research Assistants Involved 0
Source Name Total Funding
Faculty Researcher(s)
Research Areas
adaptive learning systembayesian belief networksblogs
clusteringco-regulated learningcognitive modelling
community information managementcomputational models of learning analyticscomputer-supported collaborative learning
computer-supported cooperative workcomputing techniques for learning analyticsdata mining
data security and privacydata, skill, competency, and knowledgedesign (principles and guidelines, process, applications)
design of web systemsdigital librariese-education
e-instructional designe-learninge-portfolio
evaluation issues (methods, usability, experience)human-based issues (perception, cognition, affect)immersive systems
impact (humans, work, organization, society, culture, international)information visualizationinteractive technologies (visual, information display)
knowledge representation and reasoningknowledge tracinglearning intervention, privacy, and ethics
machine learningmixed initiativesmobile and ubiquitous computing
mobile learningmobile technologiesmodel-driven architecture and development
multi-modal user interactionontologiesorganisational vs. individual learning
personalisation and adaptivitypersonalizationrealtime feedback
self-regulated learningsemantic websemi- and unstructured data
service-oriented architecturessocial computingsocial impact
social mediasocial networkssoftware architecture
technology-enhanced learningthe participants and their roles (end user, IS professional)theories of learning analytics
user adaptive interactionuser interface design and evaluationverification
visualisation and interactionwikiswireless technologies
Project Name Start Date End Date Total Funding
Social Spaces2009-10-012012-09-01460,000
Mixed-Initiative Learning Environment2010-01-012011-08-3130,000
An Interchange and Reasoning Framework for Policy Models2009-04-012009-09-017,000

Updated July 30 2015 by FST Technical Staff

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