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Phil Winne

  • PhD
  • Professor
  • Simon Fraser University
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Research interests

learning sciencemotivationmetacognitionself-regulated learning

About

I research self-regulated learning, metacognition, study tactics, and software tools for researching how students learn and that can support them to learn more effectively. To pursue this work, colleagues and I developed a browser extension, called nStudy. nStudy has a double role. First, students can use nStudy's features to study – highlight and tag text and video online, take notes, build concept maps, write essays and more. Second, as students work, nStudy seamlessly adds to our custom database highly detailed, time-stamped trace data about how a student studies and the content on which a student operates while studying. We are extending nStudy to compute and report learning analytics to students, instructors and researchers.

Co-authors (92)

Publications (5)

  • Inducing Self-Explanation: a Meta-Analysis

    • Bisra K
    • Liu Q
    • Nesbit J
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  • Designs for learning analytics to support information problem solving

    • Winne P
    • Vytasek J
    • Patzak A
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  • The trajectory of scholarship about self-regulated learning

    • Winne P
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  • Self-Regulated Learning

    • Winne P
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  • Meeting challenges in research on self-regulated learning: Contributions of Paul R. Pintrich

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Professional experience

Professor

Simon Fraser University

July 1975 - Present

Education

PhD

Stanford University

September 1972 - August 1975(3 years)