The power of the academy

We manintain close collaboration with the Cognitive Sciences and Educational Technology research group. Masters and PhD students from this group carry out research involving Openredu. The topics range from gamification to collaborative data analysis, passing a wide range of current research topics. Theses, dissertations, monographs and articles on Openredu are available in Scribd of CCTE.

The first halped to delineate the first funcionalities os the learning enveionment. The first study was about the self-regulation ability of learning:

MELO, Cássio de Albuquerque. Scaffolding of self-regulated learning in social networking. 2010. 132f. Dissertation (Master in Computer Science)–Graduate Program in Computer Science, Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife.Access here

The references correspond to studies that allowed to conceive, to evolve and to evaluate the use of Openredu over the years. Some studies were carried out with Openredu in operation:

LIMA, Luiz Claudeivan Cruz. Analysis of teaching practices of planning and mediation in social networks in high school. 2011. 132f. 2011. Dissertation (Master in Computer Science) – Graduate Program in Computer Science, Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife. Access here

de ABREU, João Alberto Brito. Analysis of collaborative learning practices in virtual social networks in high school. 2011. 132f. 2011. Dissertation (Master in Computer Science) – Graduate Program in Computer Science, Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife.Access here

BEZERRA JR., Elias Vidal. Analysis of the effectiveness of teaching practice in the process of teaching object oriented programming mediated through an educational social network. 2011. 132f. 2011. Dissertation (Master in Computer Science) – Graduate Program in Computer Science, Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife. Acesse aqui

de SOUZA, Flávia Veloso. Flávia Veloso. Strategies of self-regulation of learning mediated by scheduling tools in an educational social platform. 2012. 132f. Thesis (Doctorate in Computer Science) – Graduate Program in Computer Science, Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife.Access here

Mobile application and API

Anyone wishing to use the code to create other mobile learning applications can access the code at: https://github.com/Openredu/mobile.

The Openredu API documentation can be found at: http://developers.openredu.org

Other collaborations and repositories

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The initial creation process with this work:

SANTOS, Hugo Lima. Interaction design for transactional distance by mobile devices. Course conclusion monograph, UFPE Informatics Center, 2011. Access here

SILVA, Helder. Self-regulation in companies: An e-learning tool, Monograph of conclusion of course, Center of Informatics of UFPE, 2011.

DINIZ, Paulo Otávio Dantas. Transactional distance in mobile social teaching platform. Completed course monograph, UFPE Informatics Center, 2012. Access here

de OLIVEIRA Alice Lucena Cavalcanti. Mobile Learning: Support in the creation of learning scenarios outside the school context, Monograph of course completion, Computer Center of UFPE, 2012.

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