Understanding collaborative learning is critical in making instructional and technological interventions for effective group work. Collaborative learning is both complex and dynamic and something of a black box to researchers and practitioners. This talk will discuss how to visualize dynamic and complex collaborative learning processes, using the StoryQ project as an exemplar learning context. StoryQ is a National Science Foundation-funded project with a goal to engage high school students in hands-on practice and critical thinking about how artificial intelligence works and its impacts on our current and future lives and jobs.
Shiyan Jiang, assistant professor of learning design and technology in the College of Education, will describe a visualization workflow for qualitative research, with a special focus on a qualitative analysis of high school students’ processes of building machine learning models.
This event is part of the NC State University Libraries’ ongoing Coffee & Viz series. Attendees will be entered into a drawing via email to receive their choice of a coffee bag or tea tin and a mug from locally-owned sweet shop Anisette.