The beautiful city of Sydney hosted the 8th international conference of Learning Analytics 2018 (LAK'18). There with my colleagues of OUNL and DIPF, we brought our contributions to the research community.
This year my main contribution constituted in the organisation of Multimodal Data Challange at the Learning Analytics Hackathon. Together with my colleagues Jan Schneider (DIPF) we brought our approach to capturing, storing, analysing, annotating and exploiting multimodal data. The challenge was introduced by the info document of the Hackathon, as well as the 3-pages submission for the LAKHackathon submission Multimodal challenge: analytics beyond user-computer interaction data.
On the 14th December 2017, during the (y)OUr day organised by the Open Universiteit I was invited to prepare a pitch of 3 minutes about my research. Here is what I said.
My name is Daniele Di Mitri and I am PhD candidate at the TELI department of the Welten institute. My field of research is learning analytics. The Open Universiteit is a distance university that provides its education online. With Learning Analytics it is possible to collect the user-interaction events, analyse these data and provide more personalisation opportunities to the students. Continue reading
The 29-39th November 2017 I was invited to join the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission located in Seville, Spain. There, I took place in an expert task-force organised by the JRC which aimed to gather ideas for further development of the eTwinning platform.
This afternoon we are welcomed in the @EU_ScienceHub of the European Comission in Seville, Spain, where we will provide expert inputs on the #etwinning and #LearningAnalytics projects piloted by the JRC. pic.twitter.com/tSREeOlJzx
— Daniele Di Mitri (@dimstudi0) November 29, 2017