Publications

2015

Gasevic D, Dawson S, Siemens G.  2015.  Let’s not forget: Learning analytics are about learning. TechTrends. 59(1):64.
Gasevic D, Dawson S, Mirriahi N, Long PD.  2015.  Learning analytics – a growing field and community engagement. Journal of Learning Analytics. 2(1):1-6.
Gray S, Robertson J, Rajendran G.  2015.  BrainQuest: an active smart phone game to enhance executive function. :59-68.
Joksimovic S, Gasevic D, Kovanovic V, Riecke B, Hatala M.  2015.  Social presence in online discussions as a process predictor of academic performance. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning.
Joksimovic S, Kovanovic V, Jovanovic J, Zouaq A, Gasevic D, Hatala M.  2015.  What do cMOOC participants talk about in Social Media? A Topic Analysis of Discourse in a cMOOC :156-165.
Joksimovic S, Dowell N, Skrypnyk O, Kovanovic V, Gasevic D, Dawson S, Graesser A.  2015.  How do you connect? Analysis of Social Capital Accumulation in connectivist MOOCs :64-68.
Joksimovic S, Gasevic D, Loughin T, Kovanovic V, Hatala M.  2015.  Learning at distance. Computers & Education. 87:204-217.
Jovanovic J, Bagheri E, Gasevic D.  2015.  Comprehension and Learning of Social Goals through Visualization. IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems. 45(4):478-489.
Kitto K, Bakharia A, Lupton M, Mallet D, Banks J, Bruza P, Pardo A, Shum SBuckingham, Dawson S, Gasevic D et al..  2015.  The Connected Learning Analytics Toolkit.
Knox J.  2015.  Critical education and digital cultures. :1-6.
Knox J.  2015.  The ‘Tweeting Book’ and the question of ‘non-human data’. TechTrends. 59(1):72-75.
Knox J.  2015.  Posthuman Openings. looking beyond technology instrumentalism.
Kovanovic V, Gasevic D, Joksimovic S, Hatala M, Adesope O.  2015.  Analytics of communities of inquiry: Effects of learning technology use on cognitive presence in asynchronous online discussions. Internet and Higher Education. 27:74-89.
Kovanovic V, Gasevic D, Dawson S, Joksimovic S, Baker R, Hatala M.  2015.  Does time-on-task estimation matter? Implications for the validity of learning analytics findings Journal of Learning Analytics. 2(3):81-110.
Kovanovic V, Joksimovic S, Gasevic D, Hatala M, Siemens G.  2015.  MOOCs in the news. A European perspective.
Kovanovic V, Joksimovic S, Gasevic D, Siemens G, Hatala M.  2015.  What public media reveals about MOOCs: A systematic analysis of news reports. British Journal of Educational Technology. 46(3):510-527.
Kovanovic V, Gasevic D, Dawson S, Joksimovic S, Hatala M, Baker R.  2015.  Penetrating the Black Box of Time-on-task Estimation. :184-193.
Livingstone S, Marsh J, Plowman L, Ottovordemgentschenfelde S, Fletcher-Watson B.  2015.  Young Children (0-8) and Digital Technology - UK report.
Macleod H, Sinclair C.  2015.  Digital learning and the changing role of the teacher. :1-5.
Macleod H, Haywood J, Woodgate A, Alkhatnai M.  2015.  Emerging Patterns in MOOC: learners, course designs and directions. TechTrends. 59(1):56-63.
Manches A, Duncan P, Plowman L, Sabeti S.  2015.  Three questions about the Internet of things and children. TechTrends. 59(1):76-83.
Marsh J, Plowman L, Yamada-Rice D., Bishop J.C., Davenport A., Davis S., Robinson P., Piras M..  2015.  Exploring play and creativity in pre-schoolers' use of apps. A report for the children's media industry.
Marsh J, Plowman L, Yamada-Rice D, Bishop J, Lahmar J., Scott F, Davenport A., Davis S., French K., Piras M. et al..  2015.  Exploring play and creativity in pre-schoolers’ use of apps. Report for policy makers.
Pardo A, Mirriahi N, Dawson S, Zhao Y, Zhao A, Gasevic D.  2015.  Identifying Learning Strategies Associated with Active use of Video Annotation Software. :255-259.
Plowman L.  2015.  Rethinking context. Children's Geographies. 14(2):190-202.
Plowman L..  2015.  Researching Young Children's Everyday Uses of Technology in the Family Home. Interacting with Computers. 27(1):36-46.
Rizvi B, Bagheri E, Gasevic D.  2015.  A systematic review of distributed Agile software engineering. Journal of Software: Evolution and Process. 27(10):723-762.
Rose CPenstein, Ferschke O, Tomar G, Yang D, Howley I, Aleven V, Siemens G, Crosslin M, Gasevic D, Baker R.  2015.  Challenges and Opportunities of Dual-Layer MOOCs: Reflections from an edX Deployment Study. 2:848-851.
[Anonymous].  2015.  Spotlight Issue. TechTrends. 59(1)
Sheail P.  2015.  The motif of meeting in digital education. TechTrends. 59(1):37-43.
[Anonymous].  2015.  Preparing for the digital university. a review of the history and current state of distance, blended, and online learning.
Sinclair C.  2015.  Students’ Perspectives on Academic Writing in the Digital Age. TechTrends. 59:44-49.
Skrypnyk O, Joksimovic S, Kovanovic V, Gasevic D, Dawson S.  2015.  Roles of course facilitators, learners, and technology in the flow of information of a cMOOC. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning. 16(3):188-217.
Tsai Y-S.  2015.  Looking through the enemy's eyes. Point-of-view editing and character identification in manga Naruto.
Waters Z, Kovanovic V, Kitto K, Gasevic D.  2015.  Structure matters. Adoption of structured classification approach in the context of cognitive presence classification. :227-238.
Wondoh J, Grossmann G, Gasevic D, Reichert M, Schrefl M.  2015.  Bitemporal support for business process contingency management. 9382:109-118.