Nia Dowell to Present on Group Communication Analysis

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LINK Research Lab Presentation Dr. Nia Dowell Group communication analysis: A computational linguistics approach for detecting sociocognitive roles in multi-party interactions Wednesday, January 24th, 12:00-1:00pm, Nedderman Hall 246   The learning sciences field is in need of new automated methodological approaches that offer deeper insights into the dynamics of learner interactions and discourse across online…

David Wiley Recording Available

We have posted a link to the recording of David Wiley's talk on Open Educational Resources on the LINK website at: https://linkresearchlab.org/e…/guest-speakers/dr-david-wiley/. If you couldn't join us, check it out! Also, if you have missed a previous LINK Lab event, we have recorded many of them and they are available at https://linkresearchlab.org/events/previous/ or https://linkresearchlab.org/events/videos/

Dr. Geoff Woolcott to Host Talk on the Way We Learn

Dr. Geoff Woolcott, LINK's current visiting scholar, is excited to host an informal presentation on Connectivity and Systems Approaches to Educational Research on Wednesday, February 1, 2016, at noon in the LINK Research Lab. Dr. Woolcott is an Associate Professor of Mathematics and Science Education in the School of Education at Southern Cross University, Australia.…

Virtual Reality Comes to LINK

Last Wednesday, scholars filled LINK with some of the latest technology in virtual reality during the latest Virtual Reality Users Group meeting. Hosted by Matt Crosslin, Learning Innovation Coordinator for the LINK Lab, faculty and researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) have been exploring virtual or augmented reality and had the opportunity to actually see…

Dr. Rory McGreal to Host Talk on Open Educational Resources and the Future of Education

Dr. Rory McGreal, UNESCO/Commonwealth of Learning Chairholder in Open Educational Resources and professor in the Centre for Distance Education at Athabasca University, will give a talk on Tuesday, December 20, 2016, at 12:00 p.m. in the LINK Research Lab. Dr. McGreal is also the director of the Technology Enhanced Knowledge Research Institute (TEKRI), co-Editor of…

LINK Goes to LWMOOCS!

[caption id="attachment_1805" align="aligncenter" width="529"] Learning With MOOCs III conference at Huntsman Hall at the University of Pa. in Philadelphia Thursday, October 6, 2016. (©2016 Mark Stehle Photography)[/caption]   LINK invaded Philadelphia on October 6-7 for the third annual Learning with MOOCs Conference (LWMOOCs). Sponsored by the Online Learning Initiative at the University of Pennsylvania, LWMOOCS gathered some of the leading…

aWEAR’16 Conference is On the Way!

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The aWEAR'16 conference is less than 50 days away! aWEAR Wearable Technologies, Knowledge Development, and Learning Conference is the first international wearables in learning and education conference. It will be held at Stanford University on November 14-15, 2016 and provide researchers and attendees with an overview of how wearable tools are being developed, deployed, and…

Welcome back!

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Today marks the beginning of the fall semester and the academic year here at UT Arlington. Here in the LINK lab we've been plotting and planning some great events for the fall. We hope you will join us in growing knowledge connections across networked spaces here on campus or wherever you are located! Happy Fall,…