1. open questions about student opinion of the course;2. questions related to their own awareness, that of their group and general activity of other groups;3. opinions about the importance of the social media used in the course;4. questions about how StepUp! supports awareness of their own activity, that of their group and other groups;5. a System Usability Scale (SUS) evaluation focused on the tool.
Empowering students to reflect on their activity with StepUp!
http://www.slideshare.net/jlsantosoEmpowering students to reflect on their activity with StepUp! Two case studies with engineering students José Luis Santos, KatrienVerbert, Erik Duval http://www.twitter.com/jlsantoso http://jlsantoso.blogspot.com 1
Activities - Report on blogs - Commenting - Tweeting - Sharing read and skimmed papers - Time spent on activities 2
ActivitiesHow can we engage Report on blogs - students onthese processes (Awareness and - Commenting - Tweeting reflection)? - Sharing read and skimmed papers - Time spent on activities What are the useful traces? 3
Where did it come from?Santos, Jose Luis; Govaerts, Sten; Verbert, Katrien;Duval, Erik. Goal-oriented visualizations of activitytracking: a case study with engineering students,LAK12: International Conference on LearningAnalytics and Knowledge, Vancouver, Canada, 29April - 2 May 2012, ACM 4
27 students http://ariadne.cs.kuleuven.be/stepup/dashboard.jsp 10
Time of exposure Thesis case study CHI case study 1 week 6 weeks (3 months inEvaluation total) • 5 parts: 1. open questions (course) 2. questions (own awareness and others) 3. social media 4. StepUp! 5. SUS 11
System usability scale Thesis case study: 77 points CHI case study: 84 points 12
WHITE = thesis case study GRAY = chi case studyStrongly agree 6 5 4 3 2Stronglydisagree Q1,2,3: Are you aware how… 13
WHITE = thesis case study GRAY = chi case studyStrongly agree 6 5 4 3 2Stronglydisagree 14
Conclusions (II)• Awareness and reflection• Reliability on the data – Time – Social communication 15
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