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Welcome Dr Alireza Ahadi, our new Postdoctoral Research Fellow!

We are delighted to announce that Dr Alireza Ahadi has joined CIC as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow. Welcome! I completed my PhD degree in computer science education research with a focus on learning analytics in 2017 at University of Technology Sydney. The thesis titled Data Analytics and Novice Programmer was mainly formed around exploring data deriven approaches to exhaust the potential of data analytics in revealing learning patterns in novice programmer’s programming source-code snapshot d...
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TRACK Skills Analytics

What's the challenge? The TRACK (Tailored Recruitment Analytics & Curriculum Knowl​​​​​​​edge) project is tackling several challenges — for UTS students, academics, learners outside UTS, and companies looking to upskill their staff. Learners UTS students are often uncertain about what career path they should choose. Many students select their degree based on subjects they enjoyed in high school but are uncertain about what career they can pursue upon graduation. Other students start a d...
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Browse/search within each tab all publications/reports by CIC's academics and doctoral researchers, most recent at top. Search across the entire CIC website to include news stories, jobs, events and projects. (Note: In the computing sciences, educational technology and learning analytics, papers accepted in the premier conferences are double-blind reviewed, full length articles, archived in the digital libraries of professional societies such as ACM and IEEE.) Mina Lee, et al. (2024). ...
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Academic Team Simon Buckingham Shum Director &Professor of Learning Informatics [CIC News] “Liminal Space... when you have left the tried and true but have not yet been able to replace it with anything else. If you are not trained in how to hold anxiety, how to live with ambiguity, how to entrust and wait, you will run… anything to flee this terrible cloud of unknowing.” - Richard Rohr           Ruth Deakin Crick Visiting Professor of Learnin...
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