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Title: Analyzing non-linear video usage in an introductory x-MOOC about basic linear algebra
Author: Triay Pallicer, Juan Francisco
Minguillón Alfonso, Julià  
Sancho Vinuesa, Teresa  
Daza Fernández, Vanesa
Keywords: MOOC
learning analytics
Issue Date: 5-Jul-2016
Citation: Triay, J. F.; Minguillón, J.; Sancho, T. (2016)."Analyzing non-linear video usage in an introductory x-MOOC about basic linear algebra". A:LASI Spain 2016 International workshop. BILBAO 27 de Junio.
Abstract: Massive data collection in MOOCs provides insight about real course participation. The main aim of this work is to explore how MOOC students consume videos, and whether they follow a specific viewing pattern according with the characteristics if each scene in the storyboard. Using heatmaps as a visual analytics tool, results suggest that most participants do not alter the linearity of time, but in a few hot spots. This knowledge can provide course teachers with insightful information on how to detect possible bottlenecks and to improve video internal structure.
Language: English
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