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CDS’s Michael Eagle 9/21 speaker

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The Computational Social Science Research Colloquium /Colloquium in Computational and Data Sciences speaker for Friday, September 21 will be Michael Eagle, Asst. Professor, Computational and Data Sciences, College of Science. Dr. Eagle’s talk is scheduled to begin at 3:00 in the Center for Social Complexity suite located on the 3rd floor of Research Hall. His talk will be followed by a Q&A session along with light refreshments.

Some of Dr. Eagle’s publication topics include:

Predicting Individual Differences for Learner Modeling in Intelligent Tutors from Previous Learner Activities
Measuring Gameplay Affordances of User-Generated Content in an Educational Game
Estimating Individual Differences for Student Modeling in Intelligent Tutors from Reading and Pretest Data
Using game analytics to evaluate puzzle design and level progression in a serious game
Measuring Implicit Science Learning with Networks of Player-Game Interactions
Exploration of Student’s Use of Rule Application References in a Propositional Logic Tutor An Algorithm for Reducing the Complexity of Interaction Networks
Evaluation of Automatically Generated Hint Feedback
Exploring Player Behavior with Visual Analytics InVis: An Interactive Visualization Tool for Exploring Interaction Networks

This session will be live-streamed on the YouTube channel:

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