Today, I’ll be presenting both of my accepted papers to Learning @ Scale: Toward CS1 at Scale: Building and Testing a MOOC-for-Credit Candidate and Squeezing the Limeade: Policies and Workflows for Scalable Online Degrees.
Tonight, I’ll be presenting the first of my two short papers, Intelligent Evaluation and Feedback in Support of a Credit-Bearing MOOC. I’ll present the second one, Sentiment Analysis of Student Evaluations of Teaching (co-authored with OMSCS student Heather Newman) tomorrow.
On Saturday, I’ll also be presenting at one of the AI in Education workshops, PALE 2018: Personalization Approaches in Learning Environments. This paper, Measuring Learner Tone and Sentiment at Scale via Text Analysis of Forum Posts, was co-authored by Michael Schubert and Damian Durruty, both OMSCS students.