Unobtrusive observation of team learning attributes in digital learning

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This article presents a new framework for unobtrusive observation analytics of knowledge and skills-in-action through continuous collection of data from individuals while they interact with digital assets either as individuals or on problem-solving teams. The framework includes measures of the skill and knowledge areas of collaboration, creativity, personal learning, problem solving, and global sustainability, which are observed during natural production and use of communications, intentional artifacts, and resources in a digital learning space designed for self-directed and team-based learning challenges. The article describes the digital context for data collection and shows some example data and analyses.




Gibson, D. C. (2018). Unobtrusive observation of team learning attributes in digital learning. Frontiers in Psychology, 9(MAY).

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