NC State research team is submitting three new research papers: 1. Improving Formation of Student Teams: a Clustering Approach Shoaib Akbar, Yang Song, Zhewei Hu, Ed Gehringer Today’s courses in engineering and other fields frequently involve projects done by teams … Continued
The team members manage to get three papers accepted at the 46th Annual Frontiers in Education (FIE) Conference: “Five Years of Extra Credit in a Studio-Based Course: An Effort to Incentivize Socially Useful Behavior” “An Experiment with Separate Formative and … Continued
The project members from NC State, Ed Gehringer, Ferry Pramudianto and Yang Song organize the 2016 CSPRED workshop, which will be held on Wednesday, June 29, 2016 in conjunction with the 9th International Conference on Educational Data Mining in Sheraton … Continued
Dr. Gehringer the lead PI of the project gave a talk on TLT Friday Live on May 13, 2016. He presented interesting insights on How computer-supported grading and reviewing of students’ work can provide more and better feedback to students, … Continued
Dr. Luca de Alfaro and Michael Shavlovsky did a study on the factors that influence errors in peer grading. They analyzed 288 assignments with 25,633 submissions and 113,169 reviews conducted with CrowdGrader. They found that large grading errors are generally more … Continued
Dr. Kidd and her teaching assistant, Julia Morris conducted an informal survey in ODU to investigate what students think about anonymity in peer review. They found out that peer review was viewed to bring more benefit when it wasn’t anonymous.
Dr. Kidd interviewed her colleagues at Old Dominion University to find out how educators feel about peer review.
We submitted a proposal to organize 2016 CSPRED in conjunction with the 9th International Conference on Educational Data Mining on Feb. 26, 2016. After more than a month, we finally received the good news. We are now working hard to ensure the best workshop experience … Continued