Educational Datamining in Virtual Learning Environments
Keywords:datamining, educational, research, log files analysis, remote and virtual laboratories
The present article describes the results of a medium-scale (N = 77) study, using log files from open remote laboratory at Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, to observe students' behavior during their work in virtual environment. Simple data mining and text mining techniques were used to reveal individual user's behavioral patterns, to detect disengagement, and to compare learning outcomes and student preferences.
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