Learning Analytics & Personal Visualization
Personal Learning Visualization (PLV) is using advanced visualization techniques from the fields of Information Visualization and Visual Analytics, in order to facilitate the sensemaking process, for an individual’s learning performance. In this theme learners become producers and consumers of the data, and are essentially immersed in a world of ubiquitous information that influences their learning process.
- J. C. Roberts, C. Headleand, D. Perkins, and P. D. Ritsos, “Personal Visualisation for Learning,” in Personal Visualization: Exploring Data in Everyday Life Workshop, IEEE Conference on Visualization (VIS), Chicago, IL, USA, 2015.
- P. D. Ritsos and J. C. Roberts, “Towards more Visual Analytics in Learning Analytics,” in EuroVis Workshop on Visual Analytics (EuroVA), Swansea, UK, 2014, pp. 61–65.
- J. C. Roberts, J. Jackson, C. Headleand, and P. D. Ritsos, “Creating Explanatory Visualizations of Algorithms for Active Learning,” in Posters presented at the IEEE Conference on Visualization (IEEE VIS 2016), Baltimore, MD, USA, 2016.