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This page presents a list of funded projects performed by PAWS Lab. Most recent projects are show on the top of the list.


[edit] Open Corpus Personalized Learning

This project challenges the assumption that adaptive hypermedia systems require expensive knowledge engineering for domain and content modeling. It replaces carefully-crafted domain model with automatically-created domain models, lowering the cost of developing such systems while also providing a wider range of instructional paths through the content.

Supported by NSF grant IIS 1525186 (2015-2018). ==> more

[edit] Adaptive Navigation Support and Open Social Learner Modeling for PAL

The goal of this project is to leverage the power of open social learner modeling and adaptive navigation support in the context of the envisioned Personalized Assistant for Learning (PAL).

Supported by the Distributed Learning Initiative contract W911QY13C0032 (2013-2016). ==> more

[edit] Ensemble: Enriching Communities and Collections to Support Education in Computing

Ensemble is a cross-university collaborative effort that aims to bring together the global community of computing educators around a growing set of content collections with high-quality educational resources.

Supported by NSF (2008-2014). ==> more

[edit] Engaging Students in Online Reading Through Social Progress Visualization

This project explores an alternative approach to encourage student online textbook reading using a social progress visualization interface.

Supported by Innovation in Education Award, University of Pittsburgh (2012-2013). ==> more

[edit] Personalized Social Systems for Local Communities

The project explored the use of personalization and mobile computing to increase user engagement in location-bound social systems.

Supported by Google (2010-2012). ==> more

[edit] Personalization and social networking for short-term communities

The project explored a range of approaches, which can enable reliable social networking and personalization in communities, which exist for short period of time, like researchers attending a specific conference.

Supported by NSF (2010-2011). In collaboration with Jung Sun Oh. ==> more

[edit] Modeling and Visualization of Latent Communities

The project focused on the problem of discovering latent communities from Social Web data and presenting this data in visual form.

Supported by the Institute for Defense Analysis and NSF (2010-2012). ==> more

[edit] Personalized Exploratorium for Database Courses

The project focused on developing and evaluation of a personalized educational environment for teaching Database courses.

Supported by NSF (2007-2008). In collaboration with Vladimir Zadorozhny. ==> more

[edit] GALE: Distillation with Utility-Optimized Transcription and Translation

Supported by DARPA (2005-2007) In collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University and IBM ==> more

[edit] Personalized Access to Open Corpus Educational Resources through Adaptive Navigation Support and Adaptive Visualization

The project focused on developing technologies for personalized access to information based on adaptive navigation support, collaborative filtering, and information visualization.

Supported by NSF (2005-2010). ==> more

[edit] Adaptive Explanatory Visualization for Learning Programming Concepts

The project focused on developing and studying adaptive explanatory visualization technologies for C and Java programming languages.

Supported by NSF (2004-2007). In collaboration with Michael Spring. ==> more

[edit] Individualized Exercises for Assessment and Self-Assessment of Programming Knowledge

The project focused developing and evaluating a personalized assessment technology for programming courses.

Supported by NSF (2003-2005). ==> more

[edit] Educational Software for Teaching and Learning Information Retrieval

Supported by Innovation in Education Award, University of Pittsburgh (2003-2004). ==> more

[edit] Supporting Learning from Examples in a Programming Course

Supported by Innovation in Education Award, University of Pittsburgh (2001-2002). ==> more

[edit] Adaptive Electronic Textbooks for World Wide Web

Supported by NSF (1997-1998). In collaboration with John Anderson and Gerhard Weber ==> more

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