This year EARLI Metacognition Sig 16 was held in Nijmegen Netherlands. The SLAM team presented a poster in a workshop Using Data Visualizations to Understand and Reason about Self-Regulated Learning organized by Prof. Roger Azevedo, NC State university.
The SLAM team members, Dr Jonna Malmberg and Prof. Sanna Järvelä also presented their initial findings of using multichannel data to understand regulated learning in the context of collaboration in the symposiums 'Advances in scaffolding metacognition with advanced learning technologies' and E-CIR invited Symposium: Measuring and supporting students' self-regulated learning in adaptive educational technologies.
Encouraging feedback was received and many questions arised. Our discussant Prof. Phil Winne concluded that symposium represents state of the art in SRL research, but also reminded that it is important to consider what are the standards for new methodology.
"SLAM project harnesses advanced technologies to enhance strategic regulation of individual and collaborative learning"