Category: Discourse Analytics
[Repost] Where are you?
This post originally appeared in the ocTEL Course Blog on 15th May 2014 – Where are you? There seems to be a natural human instinct to try and understand our location. It perhaps stems from our origins as hunter gatherers where at the end of the day we need to get back to somewhere safe. Understanding […]
Visualizing cMOOC data: Extracting and analysing data from FeedWordPress part 1 #ds106 #NodeXL
Aggregation of content is at the heart of cMOOC design and the RSS resyndication tool FeedWordPress is at the heart of a number of courses including ds106. In this most I explore how data collected by FeedWordPress can be refined and visualised in NodeXL to give an overview of content and using betweenness centrailty identify influencial posts
Notes from the Twitter backchannel at eAssessment Scotland 2012 #eas12
On Friday (31st August) I was at eAssessment Scotland 2012. In a continuation of my analysis of threaded discussion in a event backchannel I have a quick look at eas12 and reveal a different pattern of communication which shows that the audience was in broadcast mode.