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Friday, October 4 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Game Data Analysis to Understand Players, Design and Learning

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This session intends to provide CLS attendees with a survey of how researchers and designers are working at the intersection of video games, educational data mining, and notions of connected learning. In the first part of the symposium, participants will hear from several projects that are using data generated from game play to describe and understand their players and how the the resulting analysis provides new insights for game design and new ways to describe learning and knowing enacted within games. The session will conclude with a demonstration of of an educational data mining process using using live data from national audiences playing a middle school science game in schools. The panelists and audience will discuss and critique each step of the process, from the validity of the events being recorded to the player models that are constructed from the data.

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Stefan Slater

New York, NY, United States, University of Pennsylvania
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Vishesh Kumar

Doctoral Candidate, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Elizabeth Owen

Learning Data Scientist, Learning Data Discovery
Elizabeth Owen holds a PhD in Digital Media (School of Education) from UW-Madison, focused on game-based learning analytics. Currently the Director of Learning and Data Science at Age of Learning, she's committed to optimizing adaptive learning systems through applied machine learning... Read More →
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Erik Harpstead

Pittsburgh, PA, USA, Carnegie Mellon University
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David Gagnon

University of Wisconsin
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Dennis Ramirez

Digital Program Manager - Ready To Learn, Twin Cities Public Television
Dennis Ramirez is the Digital Program Manager at Twin Cities Public Television, and an award winning educational game designer. Dennis is interested in how new technologies are used in, and out, of the classroom to support learning. His main area of research focuses on how failure... Read More →


Friday October 4, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm PDT
Emerald Bay D/E 311 Peltason Dr., Irvine, CA, 92697