Analysis of the Collaboration that Is Produced in Online Learning Using Python Technology

Luisa M. Romero-Moreno 1 *

J INFORM SYSTEMS ENG, Volume 4, Issue 4, Article No: em0107.

https://doi.org/10.29333/jisem/6351

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Abstract

Universities and institutions began to create their virtual campuses by using eLearning platforms whether commercial or not. Within these, it has highlighted among other tools instead of the didactic forums where students among themselves and students and teaching teams could discuss and in general build knowledge within a collaborative context. The data coming from these forums have been analyzed, with different techniques, and have allowed obtaining some very interesting conclusions. However, in recent academic years there is a clear trend of migration of collaborative work that previously occurred in the forums to social networks and mobiles. This poses a problem since these tools are not coordinated by the teaching teams. A preliminary work analyzes this trend and points out the consequences to which it may give rise. The present work exposes a methodology to automate the information obtained from Facebook working group, which have been designed by the students themselves.

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learning analytics, collaborative learning, collaborative interactions, analysis social networks

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Romero-Moreno, L. M. (2019). Analysis of the Collaboration that Is Produced in Online Learning Using Python Technology. Journal of Information Systems Engineering & Management, 4(4), em0107. https://doi.org/10.29333/jisem/6351

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