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[Séminaire médialab] The networks underlying collaborative learning and solving
In this talk, Marc Santolini will review the recent work of his team in understanding collaborative learning and solving using network approaches on large empirical datasets. First, using extensive digital laboratory notebook data from more than 2,000 teams who participated to the science and engineering iGEM competition, Santolini will exhibit:

universal aspects of team work and team dynamics,
features underlying team success in the competition and
how teams adapt their strategy throughout re-participations.

Marc Santolini will then present the team progress in the ongoing ‘iGEM TIES’ project aimed at mapping high-resolution team interactions in the lab using a journaling and bluetooth-enabled smartphone app. Marc Santolini will contrast these results with the organisational behavior observed in massive online open-source communities from GitHub. Finally, he will introduce the team recent work on collaborative learning using fine-grain social data from online forums and phone call records, and show how interaction data can help predict learning outcomes.

Sep 29, 2020 02:30 PM in Paris

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