GSIC-EMIC researchers organized the workshop CoFeeMOOC-v.2 at the 7th European MOOCs Stakeholders Summit conference (EMOOCs 2021)

On June 22, 2021, took place the workshop CoFeeMOOC-v.2: Designing Contingent Feedback for Massive Open Online Courses, during the seventh European MOOCs Stakeholders Summit (EMOOCs) conference. This webinar was delivered by the PhD student Paraskevi Topali, the Dr. Alejandro Ortega-Arranz, and the professors Irene-Angelica Chounta, Sara Villagrá-Lorena, Alejandra Martínez-Monés, and Juan I. Asensio Pérez. 17 researchers attended the workshop through Zoom.

Providing adequate support to MOOC participants is often a challenging task due to the massiveness of the learners’ population and the asynchronous communication among peers and MOOC practitioners. This workshop aimed at discussing common learners’ problems reported in the literature and reflecting on designing adequate feedback interventions with the use of learning data. Our aim was three-fold: a) to pinpoint MOOC aspects that impact the planning of feedback, b) to explore the use of learning data in designing feedback strategies, and c) to propose design guidelines for developing and delivering scaffolding interventions for personalized feedback in MOOCs. To do so, we carried out hands-on activities that aim to involve participants in interpreting learning data and using them to design adaptive feedback. CoFeeMOOC-v.2 workshop appealed to researchers, practitioners and MOOC stakeholders who aim to provide contextualized scaffolding.

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