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As part of the research for Search and Recommendation System in the research team, finding an efficient, legal, and dynamic technique for obtaining the metadata of scholarly resource plays an essential role. In this blog, we will provide some useful resources about text mining for scholarly resources. Additionally, we will discuss the text mining project in EdLab.Resources that may be helpful Please check out this 
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly infiltrating every aspect of society. In this blog, I want to share some takeaways from applied deep learning (COMSW4995) by professor Josh Gordon.How AI can be wrong (examples from deep learning)The Echos of phrenology and
Article Purpose:As an educational researcher,I want to share my rethinking about how Scrum could be applied in a collaborative learning environment,so that readers have the interest to understand, explore, and use this strategy in their learning or teaching experiences.What is Scrum:
With gamification becoming more prominent video games are an increasingly key component of formal and informal learning. However, many educators, parents, developers, and players are unclear about their educational value. In this study, researchers from Gaming Horizons interviewed educators and players regarding their experiences and beliefs about gaming. Based on these interviews, the resear...
For many university students, the library website is an important part of academic and community life. It serves as a gateway to resources for research and informs students of services and activities available to them throughout the university. In this study, researchers conducted usability tests on a university’s library website in order to gain insight into the characteristics that support a positive student experience. The stud...
Although people tend to focus on the negative effects of gaming Professor Karen Schrier from Marist College examines how video games can teach morality. Specifically, she reviews literature and analyzes individual games and media to highlight a set of principles for designing moral learning and moral knowledge games. These games, which teach moral thinking t...
Social media has changed academic work, from the way they’re promoted to the way readers interact with them. The authors of a new paper examine how social media impacts the generation of new ideas, the writing of research papers, and the definition of scholarship. The authors cite four characteristics of present-day scholarship that have been significantly altered by social media. First, the process of peer review has ta...
Technology use in refugee camps can facilitate significant professional and community development opportunities among teachers. A recent study examined these developments at the Dadaab and Kakuma refugee camps in Kenya. Specifically, researchers examined how refugee teachers living in camps use mobile phones and messaging apps with their peers, and how these tools can boost girls’ education and gender equity. The researchers collec...
Online educational programs are changing the higher education landscape. Online courses promise financial benefits to universities and convenience to students who find it difficult to travel to in-person classes. Past studies that show online offerings attract different students than in-person programs led researchers to investigate how colleges can effectively recruit for online programs. Interviews with 27 adm...
If you want to increase players’ motivation and persistence in a digital game, you might want to start adding digital "achievements." At least that’s what researchers of a recent study found. Achievements, which can include digital badges, points, and leaderboards, were found to have a positive impact on players’ performance in various tasks. With more educational games and apps popping up more frequently, these findings could be important...