Cui, Y., Jin, W., Wise, A. F. (2017). Humans and machines together: Improving characterization of large scale online discussions through dynamic interrelated post and thread categorization (DI TiC). L@S’17 poster. – in Progress.
Wise, A. F., Cui, Y., & Jin, W. (2017). Honing in on social learning networks in MOOC forums: examining critical network definition decisions. In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Learning Analytics & Knowledge. Vancouver.
Wise, A.F., Cui, Y., Jin, W., & Vytasek, J. (2017). Mining for gold: identifying contentrelated MOOC discussion threads across domains through linguistic modeling. The Internet and Higher Education, 32: 11-28.
DEMOfest 2016: The SFU Experience of Teaching with Technology (Presentation/Hosted Table)
The development of MOOCs (massive open online courses) have become popular in many settings in education and beyond. Some researchers, teachers and universities have begun to utilize MOOCs in their traditional classroom settings to support face-to-face learning experiences in a blended format. In this presentation, I will introduce the current use of MOOC techniques in the blended format and discuss how blending MOOC approaches brings opportunities/benefits for both students and teachers. More information: https://www.sfu.ca/tlc/programming/special/2016-demofest.html
Visualization in Wise, A.F., Cui, Y.,& Vytasek, J. (2016). Bringing order to chaos in MOOC discussion forums with content-related thread identification. In Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Learning Analytics & Knowledge, 188-197.