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Using of Automatically and Semi-automatically Generated Diagrams in Educational Practice

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Maps and diagrams have long been used by science and education. The results and achievements of geography, astronomy, biology, economics have always been presented in the form of maps. Modern methods and tools of network science allow to deeper understand collaboration because relations between agents of activity are represented as a map. For many collaborative educational systems maps of relations between agents and activity products are built automatically. However, these diagrams are not used in educational practice as tools for better learning. The paper provides examples of how the diagrams were used in educational practice in order to support a group reflection of collaborative activities.

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  • Collaboration
  • Learning analytics
  • Visual storytelling
  • Sociograms

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Patarakin, E., Burov, V. (2020). Using of Automatically and Semi-automatically Generated Diagrams in Educational Practice. In: Chugunov, A., Khodachek, I., Misnikov, Y., Trutnev, D. (eds) Electronic Governance and Open Society: Challenges in Eurasia. EGOSE 2019. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 1135. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-39296-3_23

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