Data Analytics for
Education Using a Participatory, Social and Collaborative
Architecture for Learning:
This research focuses on
understanding the most effective ways to use information
technologies for STEM undergraduate education. We have
partnered with the Mathematics department and focus on
Calculus I and II classes. The Discuzz project is a
partnership with Microsoft Corporation to use their emerging
social networking technologies (Discuzz system) in a
calculus II class the Summer 2012 and use the other five
Calculus II sections as control group.
||SONET-MATH: Using Social Networks to Learn Mathematics [PDF]
Authors: Ivan Garibay, Ozlem Ozmen Garibay, Amanda Koontz, Lori Dunlop-Pyle and, Michael Georgiopoulos.
Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Conference. Hartford, Connecticut, July 31-August 3, 2013.
||SONET-MATH: Social Networks for Mathematics, Pilot Program Report, Summer 2012 [PDF]
Authors: Ivan Garibay, Ozlem Ozmen Garibay, Amanda Koontz, Lori Dunlop-Pyle.
Technical Report-11-12, Complex Adaptive System Laboratory, University of Central Florida (2012) [BibTeX entry]