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Lea in the Box
05/21/15

ICT Event 2015

The biggest ICT event in the EU calendar is back! Join us during ICT 2015 to network, follow interesting debates in the conference, hear the latest news on the new European Commission's policies and initiatives with regard to R&I in ICT, find information about funding opportunities and much more!  https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/ict2015-innovate-connect-transform-lisbon-20-22-october-2015

This event is certainly one of the best events to seek for the newest developments in educational technologies!

Lea in the Box
05/20/15

ICT Event 2015

 

The biggest ICT event in the EU calendar is back! Join us during ICT 2015 to network, follow interesting debates in the conference, hear the latest news on the new European Commission's policies and initiatives with regard to R&I in ICT, find information about funding opportunities and much more!  https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/ict2015-innovate-connect-transform-lisbon-20-22-october-2015

This event is certainly one of the best events to seek for the newest developments in educational technologies!

 

Awareness and reflection are considered being a key component of effective and enduring learning. The key to awareness and reflection are profound information about learning performance, progress, gaps, perhaps others’ performance, and the very next steps. In simple terms, it’s all about learning analytics and formative feedback. The ARTEL workshop series brings together researchers and professionals from different backgrounds to provide a forum for discussing the multi-faceted area of awareness and reflection and it’s relation to “data”. 2015 will be the 5th workshop in the series, held in conjunction with EC-TEL 2015 in Toledo, Spain. Check it out at http://www.teleurope.eu/pg/pages/view/389887/, Lea is happily supporting this!

 

Lea in the Box
05/19/15

Serious Games and Learning Analytics?

Serious Games and Learning Analytics? Check out the RAGE approach:

The @RageAppliedGame project will equip #gamestudios w/advanced gaming tech resources & know how. More info at http://www.rageproject.eu

... and LEA's BOX is part of it! :-)

Michael Bedek
03/20/15

Collection of FCA Tools

 

Today, at the 20th of March, and tomorrow, Dr. Uta Priss from the Ostfalia Universityof Applied Sciences in Wolfenbüttel visits the members of the Cognitive Science Section at the Graz University of Technology. We will discuss critical steps (from a teaching and learning perspective) in Knowledge Spaces. Uta Priss is also an expert in Formal Concept Analysis. She created and constantly updates this great collection of available FCA tools and demos: http://www.upriss.org.uk/fca/fcasoftware.html

This collection encompasses a wide range of different tools: Some of them are for free, some of them are for beginners, others for advanced users, some of them are great when you are interested in nice visualizations (since they offer a lot of features which enable to adapt the visualizations to one's own needs and preferences), while others focus more on the “math-part” of the FCA.   

We would like to recommend you the

Both of them are for free, the first one is great for doing calculations and applying several algorithms (also more advanced stuff) and the latter one is great for doing visualizations. The current version of the FCA Extension for Excel is for MS EXCEL 2007 but it also works with MS EXCEL 2010.

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Learning analytics, educational data mining, formative assessment - all recent buzz words in educational research. In principle, the idea is to find theoretical frameworks, models, procedures, and smart tools to collect, aggregate, analyze, reason on and visualize large scale educational data. LEA’s BOX is a research and development project funded by the European Commission. The project aims at (a) making educational assessment and appraisal more goal-oriented, proactive, and beneficial for students, and (b) at enabling formative support of teachers and other educational stakeholders on a solid basis of a wide range of information about learners. That means, LEA’s BOX is a learning analytics toolbox that is intended to enable educators to perform competence-centered, multi-source learning analytics. More info at http://www.leas-box.eu!

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