On October 9th2018, SOONER PhD candidates Renée Jansen (Utrecht University) and Martine Schophuizen (Open University NL) organized a research workshop at the Teaching Lab at TU Delft. During this workshop various researchers from Dutch, Flemish and German institutions came together to discuss self-regulated learning in digital and (open) online learning environments.
The aim of the workshop was to bring together both junior and senior researchers, and to facilitate discussions about different aspects of research on self-regulated learning with a focus on digital or (open) online learning environments. Starting from a discussion about the definition of self-regulation within this context, various topics were discussed, such as the available instruments for collecting data, how to use trace data or log data, analysis of these data and how interventions in a digital or ( open) online learning environment can be designed.
Collaboration across institutions
This workshop was organized from the SOONER research project but was enabled through collaboration between various institutions: Utrecht University and the Open University and specifically the centre for education and learning a collaboration initiative between Leiden University, TU Delft and Erasmus University (LDE CEL) led by Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht.
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