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Andy Nguyen; Joni Lämsä; Adinda Dwiarie; Sanna Järvelä – Information and Learning Sciences, 2024
Purpose: Self-regulated learning (SRL) is crucial for successful learning and lifelong learning in today's rapidly changing world, yet research has shown that many learners need support for SRL. Recently, learning analytics has offered exciting opportunities for better understanding and supporting SRL. However, substantial endeavors are still…
Descriptors: Nonformal Education, Lifelong Learning, Electronic Learning, Students
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Lynn Rosalina Gama Alves; William de Souza Santos – Information and Learning Sciences, 2024
Purpose: This study aims to analyze the platforming scenario at a Brazilian university as well as the data security process for students and professors. Design/methodology/approach: This research brings an analysis through a qualitative approach of the platformization process in a Brazilian teaching institution. Findings: The results point to a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Universities, Data, Information Security
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Kathleen Campana; Jacqueline Kociubuk; J. Elizabeth Mills; Michelle H. Martin – Information and Learning Sciences, 2024
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to bring library practitioners and researchers together to develop two co-designed tools for helping library practitioners gain a more holistic understanding of families in underserved groups and identify their values with the goal of developing more relevant learning experiences for them. The co-designed…
Descriptors: Values, Values Education, Learning Experience, Public Libraries
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Susan Gardner Archambault – Information and Learning Sciences, 2024
Purpose: Research shows that postsecondary students are largely unaware of the impact of algorithms on their everyday lives. Also, most noncomputer science students are not being taught about algorithms as part of the regular curriculum. This exploratory, qualitative study aims to explore subject-matter experts' insights and perceptions of the…
Descriptors: Algorithms, Literacy, Artificial Intelligence, Mathematics Instruction
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Tiina Kasuk; Sirje Virkus – Information and Learning Sciences, 2024
Purpose: This study aims to enhance the understanding of the current research landscape regarding the utilisation of telepresence robots (TPRs) in education. Design/methodology/approach: The bibliometric and thematic analysis of research publications on TPRs was conducted using papers in the Scopus database up to 2023. The final analysis focused…
Descriptors: Technology Uses in Education, Robotics, Bibliometrics, Educational Benefits
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Jonan Phillip Donaldson; Ahreum Han; Shulong Yan; Seiyon Lee; Sean Kao – Information and Learning Sciences, 2024
Purpose: Design-based research (DBR) involves multiple iterations, and innovations are needed in analytical methods for understanding how learners experience a learning experience in ways that both embrace the complexity of learning and allow for data-driven changes to the design of the learning experience between iterations. The purpose of this…
Descriptors: Research Methodology, Network Analysis, Learning Experience, Educational Research
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Leanne Bowler; Irene Lopatovska; Mark S. Rosin – Information and Learning Sciences, 2024
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to explore teen-adult dialogic interactions during the co-design of data literacy activities in order to determine the nature of teen thinking, their emotions, level of engagement, and the power of relationships between teens and adults in the context of data literacy. This study conceives of co-design as a…
Descriptors: Librarians, Adolescents, Language Patterns, Public Libraries
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Camillia Matuk; Ralph Vacca; Anna Amato; Megan Silander; Kayla DesPortes; Peter J. Woods; Marian Tes – Information and Learning Sciences, 2024
Purpose: Arts-integration is a promising approach to building students' abilities to create and critique arguments with data, also known as informal inferential reasoning (IIR). However, differences in disciplinary practices and routines, as well as school organization and culture, can pose barriers to subject integration. The purpose of this…
Descriptors: Middle School Teachers, Art Education, Art Teachers, Data
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Sarah Amber Evans; Lingzi Hong; Jeonghyun Kim; Erin Rice-Oyler; Irhamni Ali – Information and Learning Sciences, 2024
Purpose: Data literacy empowers college students, equipping them with essential skills necessary for their personal lives and careers in today's data-driven world. This study aims to explore how community college students evaluate their data literacy and further examine demographic and educational/career advancement disparities in their…
Descriptors: Community College Students, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Data Analysis, Demography
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Mengxi Zhou; Selena Steinberg; Christina Stiso; Joshua A. Danish; Kalani Craig – Information and Learning Sciences, 2024
Purpose: This study aims to explore how network visualization provides opportunities for learners to explore data literacy concepts using locally and personally relevant data. Design/methodology/approach: The researchers designed six locally relevant network visualization activities to support students' data reasoning practices toward…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Data, Literacy, Visual Aids
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Ezequiel Aleman – Information and Learning Sciences, 2024
Purpose: This paper aims to address the limitations in designing educational approaches that apply critical approaches to data literacy, given the obscure nature of digital platforms, which leave youth unable to develop discourses that challenge dominant narratives about the role of data in their lives. The purpose of this study is to propose and…
Descriptors: Game Based Learning, Secondary School Students, Nontraditional Education, Foreign Countries
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Ina Sander – Information and Learning Sciences, 2024
Purpose: In light of a need for more critical education about datafication, this paper aims to develop a framework for critical datafication literacy that is grounded in theoretical and empirical research. The framework draws upon existing critical data literacies, an in-depth analysis of three well-established educational approaches - media…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Media Literacy, Data, Critical Theory
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Turcotte, Nate; Hollett, Ty – Information and Learning Sciences, 2023
Purpose: The datafication of teaching and learning settings continues to be of broad interest to the learning sciences. In response, this study aims to explore a non-traditional learning setting, specifically two Golf Teaching and Research Programs, to investigate how athletes and coaches capture, analyze and use performance data to improve their…
Descriptors: Athletic Coaches, Student Athletes, Athletics, Data Use
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Guirguis, Bernadette M.; Alsheikh, Negmeldin – Information and Learning Sciences, 2023
Purpose: This study aimed to understand how parents and librarians describe their lived experiences in a modern children's library that aims to create a triad bond through the organization of multiliteracy events and activities. Design/methodology/approach: The study used a phenomenological case study approach using two semistructured interviews,…
Descriptors: Libraries, Children, Parents, Librarians
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Shokeen, Ekta; Weintrop, David; Pellicone, Anthony James; Moon, Peter Francis; Ketelhut, Diane; Cukier, Michel; Plane, Jandelyn Dawn – Information and Learning Sciences, 2023
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to understand the role of perplexity in young players' experiences within an educational videogame and how reflective thinking can help them to get out of perplexing scenarios. Design/methodology/approach: We used a constructivist grounded theory approach and the lenses of Dewey's conceptualization of…
Descriptors: Game Based Learning, Educational Games, Video Games, Reflection
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