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APSCE Webinar Series XII: Beyond dashboards - Learning Analytics architectures, techniques and applications
Speaker: Prof. H. Ulrich HOPPE, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Moderator: Dr. Brendan FLANAGAN, Kyoto University, Japan
Curated by Special Interest Group on Learning Analytics and Educational Data Mining (LAEDM)

Date: 29 April 2021 (Thursday)
Time: 09:00-10:00 (CEST, or GMT+2)

The Webinar entitled "Beyond dashboards - Learning Analytics architectures, techniques and applications" will look behind the surface of Learning Analytics dashboards and elaborate on underlying system components, architectures, and analytics techniques for different types of applications. The primary focus will be on computer science aspects of Learning Analytics methods. The Webinar will also address recent discussions about algorithmic bias and the quest for explainability of AI-based mechanisms in a Learning Analytics context. The arguments will be illustrated with examples from recent project work, including a project on supporting small group work in large online courses.
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H. Ulrich HOPPE
Professor @University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Dr. H. Ulrich Hoppe is an APSCE Fellow (since 2019) and an emeritus professor of "Collaborative and Learning Support Systems" at the University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany). After receiving his PhD on interactive programming in mathematics education in 1984, he has conducted research on intelligent user interfaces and cognitive models in Human-Computer Interaction. He re-focused his research on intelligent support in educational systems and distributed collaborative learning environments in 1995. With his COLLIDE Research Group, Ulrich Hoppe has participated in more than ten European projects on Technology-enhanced Learning. From 2015-2020, he has been engaged in a Research Training Group on "User-Centered Social Media" funded by the German Science Foundation (DFG). His recent research is focused on computational techniques for learning and knowledge building in various contexts, including higher education as well as vocational education and training. In the context of Learning Analytic