Three short papers accepted to Learning with MOOCs 2016

Three additional papers have been accepted as posters for Learning with MOOCs III in Philadelphia on October 6th and 7th. The papers are:

  • Gauging student sentiment using IBM Watson, by Damian Durruty and David Joyner. The paper, based on Damian’s OMS CS6460 project, explores using Watson’s sentiment analysis tool to identify struggling students and gauge overall classroom sentiment.
  • Formative Assessment and Implicit Feedback in Online Learning, by Ashok Goel and David Joyner. The paper, based on Ashok’s and David’s work in OMS CS7637: Knowledge-Based AI, covers methods for giving implicit feedback in large classrooms.
  • Metrics for evaluating classroom community interactivity in MOOCs, by Amanda Madden and David Joyner. The paper, based on Amanda’s analysis of David’s OMS CS6460 and other classes, explores methods for transferring the observations of the RTOP protocol to online environments.

Congratulations, everyone!

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