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Dr Bart Carlo Rienties

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Professional biography

Dr. Bart Rienties is a Reader in Learning Analytics at the Institute of Educational Technology at the Open University UK. He is programme director Learning Analytics within IET and Chair of Analytics4Action project, which focuses on evidence-based research on interventions on OU modules to enhance student experience. As educational psychologist, he conducts multi-disciplinary research on work-based and collaborative learning environments and focuses on the role of social interaction in learning, which is published in leading academic journals and books. His primary research interests are focussed on Learning Analytics, Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, and the role of motivation in learning. Furthermore, Bart is interested in broader internationalisation aspects of higher education. He successfully led a range of institutional/national/European projects and received several awards for his educational innovation projects.

Research interests

Grants obtained, administrative and management experience
 

Programme director Learning Analytics: leading one of three research programmes within the Institute of Educational Technology.

Chair of Analytics4Action: leading implementation and evidence-based research on intervention of 80+ modules to enhance student experience.

Programme director Leverhulme Trust Open World Learning: leading new PhD programme for 18 Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarships (Grant 1.050.000).

2015-2018 Project title: A longitudinal mixed-method study of learning gain: applying Affective-Behaviour-Cognition framework at three institutions, (Grant: £ 370,000), HEFCE, Collaborators: Prof Ian Kinchin (University of Surrey), Prof Rhona Sharpe (Oxford Brookes) et al.

2015-2018 Project title: Learning From Incidents and implementing Action, (Grant: £ 72,054), Energy Institute. Collaborators: Prof Allison Littlejohn, Razif Mohd-Yusoff (Shell Global Solutions)

2015-2016 Project title: The implications and opportunities of learning analytics for European educational policy (JRC/SVQ/2015/J.3/0023/NC), (Grant: £ 40,000), Collaborators: Dr Rebecca Ferguson (PI), Thomas Ullmann et al.

2015-2015 Project title: Edinburgh Editathon Research, (Grant: £ 11,000), University of Edinburgh, Collaborators: Prof Allison Littlejohn, Dr Martin Rehm (University of Duisburg)

2015-2015 Project title: The role of student satisfaction data in quality assurance and enhancement: How providers use these data to improve the student experience, (Grant: £ 5,000), QAA. Collaborators: Vicky Marsh, Nai Li

2012-2013
Project “Online Module Evaluation Questionnaire” for University of Surrey: university-wide implementation and organisational change from paper-based to online evaluation across 1500 modules and 12000 students: overall management.
 
2010-2010
Project “Learning and Working” for UM (Grant € 1 million, ERD: € 180.000):
• 3 year project of 8 schools within UM on blended professional education: overall management and research leader.
Project “MARCHet” for SURF (www.marchet.nl/) (Grant € 418.666, ERD: € 96.859):
• 2 year project in cooperation with Universiteit van Amsterdam (coordinator), Hogeschool van Amsterdam, Wageningen Universiteit, Universiteit Utrecht, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven on e-teacher professionalization: workpackage leader research.2009-2010
Project “Sprint E-learning” for UM (Grant € 300.000, ERD: € 150.000):
• 2 year project within SBE on enhancing learning experience bachelor SBE: overall management and research leader.
Project “E-teacher” for UM (Grant € 50.000, ERD: € 30.000):
• 1 year project on e-teacher and e-management professionalization.
Project “E-internship” for UM (Grant € 50.000, ERD: € 25.000):
• 1 year project on creating and researching e-internships community: overall management and research leader.
 
2008-2010
Project “Acculturation” for SURF (www.acculturation.nl/) (Grant € 802.551, ERD: € 90.600):
• 2 year project in cooperation with Universiteit Leiden (coordinator), Hogeschool van Amsterdam, Hogeschool Leiden, Haagse Hogeschool, Hogeschool Zuid, TU Delft, Universiteit Twente on enhancing acculturation processes via ICT: workpackage leader research.
Project “S.T.E.P.” for EU LLP (www.transitionalstep.eu/) (Grant € 287.955, ERD: € 101.421):
• 2 year research project on remedial education and ICT in cooperation with UVA, KU Leuven, SU, MCSU, EARLI & EDINEB: overall management and research leader.
Project “CvB Web-spijkeren” for UM (Grant € 50.000, ERD: € 41.062):
• 1 year project on structural embedding of Web-spijkeren within UM: overall management and research leader. 

Teaching interests

Before joining IET, Bart has taught Economics for over 10 years at Maastricht University School of Business and Economics. He was module convenor of 6 modules, including E-business and E-Economics, Competition and Market Coordination, and the Online Summer course Program. Furthermore, at University of Surrey Bart has taught for three years in the PGCERT teacher professionalisation programme.

Teaching in post-graduate teacher education
• Graduate certificate in Teaching and Learning (eq. to PGCAP)
• Preparing to teach

Teaching in undergraduate education
• Developing professionals for hospitality and tourism (2013)
• Online Summer course Programme (2004-2011)

Qualifications
•Senior Fellow of Higher Education Academy (SFHEA)
•Dutch Teacher Qualification Certificate (BKO)

Impact and engagement

I am frequenly invited as keynote speaker at national and international conference, such as:

  • Aug 2016 Keynote speaker at Conference of the EARLI SIG 17 Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches to Research on Learning and Instruction, Maastricht, The Netherlands.
  • Dec 2015 Keynote speaker at Research: Employability and Transfer E/PBL research and practice, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
  • Oct 2015 Keynote speaker at 6th International Conference on Higher Education Research, “The power of learning analytics, the good, the bad, or perhaps the ugly”, Moscow, Russia
  • Oct 2015 Keynote speaker at LACE SolarFlare, “Leveraging the full value of learning analytics: The power of learning design”, Milton Keynes
  • Jun 2015 Keynote speaker at University of Birmingham University Teaching & Learning conference, “The power of learning analytics”, Birmingham
  • June 2015 Keynote speaker at FutureEDtech, “Leveraging the full value of learning analytics: How to gain the most ROI both for student support and as a deployment within the VLE environment”, London
  • May 2015 Keynote speaker at SIRIKT 2015, “The power of learning analytics, the good, bad and perhaps ugly”, Kranjska Gora, Slovenia
  • May 2015 Keynote speaker at MoodleMoot Ireland & UK, “The power of learning analytics”, Dublin, Ireland

Some quotes from Twitter about my keynotes:

  • Driver needs tuned engine to become champion, its similar for learners. Amazing talk by @DrBartRienties at #LACEflare
  • The Iggy Pop of Learning Analytics @DrBartRienties causing trouble at #LACEflare - no podium can hold him back
  • @DrBartRienties Thank you 4 inspirational thoughts. Did you just cycle to Vrsic? Niceee :)
  • @DrBartRienties Great session, Bart - provocative and engaging as was the last one I attended with you.
  • Super keynote from @DrBartRienties of the OU about learning analytics, set the scene for a great conference ahead #mootIEUK15
  • Lots of interaction with @DrBartRienties and thought provoking data on different designs for learning #MootIEUK15

Have a look at my ResearchGate profile: www.researchgate.net/profile/Bart_Rienties/. Most of my publications are found under Publications:

External collaborations

I have published with over 115 authors from 44 institutions in 12 countries (see also my researchgate profile), leading to 125+ articles, peer-reviewed books, conference proceedings and report. My most frequent list of international collaborators can be found below.

-Bas Giesbers (Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
-YingFei Heliot (University of Surrey, UK)
-Nuria Hernandez Nanclares (University of Oviedo, Spain)
-Divya Jindal-Snape (University of Dundee, Scotland)
-Dirk Tempelaar (Maastricht University, The Netherlands)
-Piet van den Bossche (University Antwerp, Belgium)

My current PhD and EdD students are:

- Leon Berry (British Army): Self-regulation and instructional design
- Garron Hillaire: Role of emotions in Learning Analytics 
- Simon Knight: Developing Learning Analytics for Epistemic Commitments in a Collaborative Information Seeking Environment
- Jenna Mittelmeier: Understanding Evidence-Based Interventions for Cross-Cultural Group Work: A Learning Analytics Perspective

 

 

Research Activity

Externally funded projects

Open World Learning

RoleStart dateEnd dateFunding source
Co-investigator01/Oct/201530/Sep/2020LEVERHULME The Leverhulme Trust
The OU has been awarded a major grant from The Leverhulme Trust to enable 18 new PhD scholarships to drive forward knowledge of Open World Learning. The focus will be on how to increase access to education for all across the globe using new technologies and innovative approaches. The Leverhulme Trust has awarded a grant of £1,050,000 to The OU's Institute of Educational Technology (IET) and Faculty of Education and Language Studies (FELS) to fund 15 full-time, three-year doctoral scholarships over the next five years. In addition to this, the OU will fund a further three scholars from low and middle-income economies, taking the total number of places up to 18. Managed by the Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology (CREET), the purpose of these scholarships is to explore the factors that support or impede inclusive approaches to learning, for example around the use of new communication methods such as social networking and devices such as mobile phones and tablets.

Improving social capital for learning

RoleStart dateEnd dateFunding source
Co-investigator13/Jul/201531/Dec/2015University of Edinburgh
Researching how professionals self-regulate their learning through (and after) an editathon. Understanding how professional practice changes.

Overall satisfaction modelling

RoleStart dateEnd dateFunding source
Lead07/Apr/201514/Aug/2015QAA Subscriber Research Projects
The measurement of student satisfaction is important to higher education institutions, to help them to pinpoint their strengths and identify areas for improvement. Satisfaction ratings go beyond teaching assessments but include broader aspects of the student learning experience. To understand the complexity of that learning experience, it is not enough to know the degree to which students are satisfied, it is important to understand the factors that contribute to student satisfaction. This project is to explore the construct of student satisfaction based on data collected via an internal survey conducted by the Open University -- the Student Experience on a Module Survey. The SEaM is a key internal institutional survey for monitoring the student experience. Students are sent an email invitation to take part in the survey two to three weeks before the official end date of their modules. The survey includes 40-item and covers three themes: 1) teaching, learning and assessment 2) feedback on tutors 3) the module overall. In this project, we plan to use a three-step confirmative modelling strategy to test the hypotheses of the theoretical model by using SAS EG Miner. The first step, we will be using Principal Axis Factoring (PAF) to investigate the factor structure underlying responses to the SEaM survey, then a congruent and congeneric measurement model will be established for undergraduate and postgraduate separately, then in the third stage, hypotheses will be tested by analysing structural models. The key questions will be addressed in the project: • Which key issues asked about in the questionnaire, most strongly predict, or “drive” how students will respond to the ‘Overall Quality of this module’ question? • What influences students’ perceptions of overall satisfaction the most? The purpose of this project is to identify aspects of the student experience that are associated with their overall expression of satisfaction. Determining which factors of the student experience are most closely related to satisfaction may provide information about actions that can be taken to support of the Open University’ goals for student retention, progression and a high quality learning experience. We plan to conduct the project between 7th April and 14th August 2015. The data source will be the SEaM survey data collected between 1st August 2013 and 31st July 2014. The data has already been collected and ready for the researcher to use.

Publications

The impact of learning design on student behaviour, satisfaction and performance: a cross-institutional comparison across 151 modules (2016-07)
Rienties, Bart and Toetenel, Lisette
Computers in Human Behavior, 60 (pp. 333-341)
创新教学报告2015 —探索教学、学习与评价的新形式 [Innovating Pedagogy 2015] (2016-04-23)
Sharples, M.; Adams, A.; Alozie, N.; Ferguson, R.; FitzGerald, E.; Gaved, M.; McAndrew, P.; Means, B.; Remold, J.; Rienties, B.; Roschelle, J.; Vogt, K.; Whitelock, D. and Yarnall, L.
开放学习研究 [Open Learning] (2016.1) (pp. 1-18)
Learning Design – creative design to visualise learning activities (2016-04-05)
Toetenel, Lisette and Rienties, Bart
Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-learning (forthcoming)
#Design4Learning: Designing for the Future of Higher Education (2016-01-19)
Whitelock, Denise and Rienties, Bart
Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 2016(1) (pp. 1-3)
Improving supervision for students at a distance: videoconferencing for group meetings (2016)
Könings, Karen D.; Popa, Daniela; Gerken, Maike; Giesbers, Bas; Rienties, Bart C.; van der Vleuten, Cees P.M. and van Merriënboer, Jeroen J.G.
Innovations in Education and Teaching International ((Early view))
Why some teachers easily learn to use a new virtual learning environment: a technology acceptance perspective (2016)
Rienties, Bart; Giesbers, Bas; Lygo-Baker, Simon; Ma, Hoi Wah Serena and Rees, Roger
Interactive Learning Environments, 24(3) (pp. 539-552)
Modeling and managing learner satisfaction: use of learner feedback to enhance blended and online learning experience (2016)
Li, Nai; Marsh, Vicky and Rienties, Bart
Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, 14(2) (pp. 216-242)
Analytics4Action Evaluation Framework: a review of evidence-based learning analytics interventions at the Open University UK (2016)
Rienties, Bart; Boroowa, Avinash; Cross, Simon; Kubiak, Christopher; Mayles, Kevin and Murphy, Sam
Journal of Interactive Media in Education
Analysing 157 learning designs using learning analytic approaches as a means to evaluate the impact of pedagogical decision-making (2016)
Toetenel, Lisette and Rienties, Bart
British Journal of Educational Technology ((Early View))
Making the most of “external” group members in blended and online environments (2016)
Hernández-Nanclares , Núria; García-Muñiz, Ana and Rienties, Bart
Interactive Learning Environments ((in press))
Enhancing (in)formal learning ties in interdisciplinary management courses: a quasi-experimental social network study (2016)
Rienties, Bart and Heliot, YingFei
Studies in Higher Education ((in press))
Online learning experiences of new versus continuing learners: a large scale replication study (2016)
Li, Nai; Marsh, Vicky; Rienties, Bart and Whitelock, Denise
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education ((Early Access))
Conceptualizing impact in academic development: finding a way through (2016)
Jones, Anna; Lygo-Baker, Simon; Markless, Sharon; Rienties, Bart and Di Napoli, Roberto
Higher Education Research & Development ((Early Access))
Transnational Tourism Education and Student Approaches to Learning: Is There a Mismatch (2016)
Skokic, Vlatka; Rienties, Bart and Lockwood, Andrew
Journal of Teaching in Travel & Tourism ((In press))
In search for the most informative data for feedback generation: learning analytics in a data-rich context (2015-06)
Tempelaar, Dirk T.; Rienties, Bart and Giesbers, Bas
Computers in Human Behavior, 47 (pp. 157-167)
Unpacking (in)formal learning in an academic development programme: a mixed-method social network perspective (2015-04-30)
Rienties, Bart and Hosein, Anesa
International Journal for Academic Development, 20(2) (pp. 163-177)
Bridge building potential in cross-cultural learning: a mixed method study (2015-01-18)
Rienties, Bart; Johan, Novie and Jindal-Snape, Divya
Asia Pacific Education Review, 16(1) (pp. 37-48)
A dynamic analysis of social capital-building of international and UK students (2015)
Rienties, Bart; Johan, Novie and Jindal-Snape, Divya
British Journal of Sociology of Education, 36(8) (pp. 1212-1235)
The pivotal role of effort beliefs in mediating implicit theories of intelligence and achievement goals & academic motivations (2015)
Tempelaar, DirkT.; Rienties, Bart; Giesbers, Bas and Gijselaers, Wim H.
Social Psychology of Education, 18(1) (pp. 101-120)
Understanding friendship and learning networks of international and host students using longitudinal Social Network Analysis (2014-07)
Rienties, Bart and Nolan, Eimear-Marie
International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 41 (pp. 165-180)
Changing the educational beliefs of teachers through an interdisciplinary online teaching programme: are business teachers different from teachers of other disciplines? (2014-04-01)
Rienties, Bart; Brouwer, Natasa; Lygo-Baker , Simon and Dekker, Peter
Business and Management Education in HE: An International Journal, 1(1) (pp. 32-46)
Understanding (in)formal learning in an academic development programme: A social network perspective (2014-04)
Rienties, Bart and Kinchin, Ian
Teaching and Teacher Education, 39 (pp. 123-135)
To let students self-select or not: that is the question for teachers of culturally diverse groups (2014-02)
Rienties, Bart; Alcott, Peter and Jindal-Snape, Divya
Journal of Studies in International Education, 18(1) (pp. 64-83)
Understanding academics’ resistance towards (online) student evaluation (2014-01-27)
Rienties, Bart
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 39(8) (pp. 987-1001)
Why increased social presence through web videoconferencing does not automatically lead to improved learning (2014)
Giesbers, Bas; Rienties, Bart; Tempelaar, Dirk T. and Gijselaers, Wim
E-Learning and Digital Media, 11(1) (pp. 31-45)
Getting the balance right in intercultural groups: a dynamic social network perspective (2014)
Rienties, Bart and Johan, Novie
Social Networking, 3(3) (pp. 173-185)
Academic and social integration of Master students: a cross-institutional comparison between Dutch and international students (2014)
Rienties, Bart; Luchoomun, Dharma and Tempelaar, Dirk
Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 51(2) (pp. 130-141)
A dynamic analysis of why learners develop a preference for autonomous learners in computer-mediated communication (2014)
Rienties, Bart; Tempelaar, Dirk; Giesbers, Bas; Segers, Mien and Gijselaers, Wim
Interactive Learning Environments, 22(5) (pp. 631-648)
Effectiveness of UK and international A-level assessment in predicting performance in engineering (2014)
Birch, David M. and Rienties, Bart
Innovations in Education and Teaching International , 51(6) (pp. 642-652)
The role of cultural background and team divisions in developing social learning relations in the classroom (2013-09)
Rienties, Bart; Nanclares, Núria Hernández; Jindal-Snape, Divya and Alcott, Peter
Journal of Studies in International Education, 17(4) (pp. 332-353)
The role of self- and social directed goals in a problem-based, collaborative learning context (2013-08)
Tempelaar, Dirk T.; Wosnitza, Marold; Volet, Simone; Rienties, Bart; Giesbers, Bas and Gijselaers, Wim H.
Higher Education, 66(2) (pp. 253-267)
A dynamic analysis of the interplay between asynchronous and synchronous communication in online learning: the impact of motivation (2013-02)
Giesbers, B.; Rienties, B.; Tempelaar, D. and Gijselaers, W.
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 30(1) (pp. 30-50)
Investigating the relations between motivation, tool use, participation, and performance in an e-learning course using web-videoconferencing (2013-01)
Giesbers, Bas; Rienties, Bart; Tempelaar, Dirk and Gijselaers, Wim
Computers in Human Behavior, 29(1) (pp. 285-292)
Understanding social learning relations of international students in a large classroom using social network analysis (2013)
Rienties, Bart; Héliot, YingFei and Jindal-Snape, Divya
Higher Education, 66(4) (pp. 489-504)
The effects of online professional development on higher education teachers' beliefs and intentions towards learning facilitation and technology (2013)
Rienties, Bart; Brouwer, Natasa and Lygo-Baker, Simon
Teaching and Teacher Education, 29 (pp. 122-131)
The role of cultural dimensions of international and Dutch students on academic and social integration and academic performance in the Netherlands (2013)
Rienties, Bart and Tempelaar, Dirk
International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 37(2) (pp. 188-201)
Online training of TPACK skills of higher education scholars: a cross-institutional impact study (2013)
Rienties, Bart; Brouwer, Natasa; Bohle Carbonell, Katerina; Townsend, Danielle; Rozendal, Anne-Petra; van der Loo, Janneke; Dekker, Peter and Lygo-Baker, Simon
European Journal of Teacher Education, 36(4) (pp. 480-495)
Visualising the invisible: a network approach to reveal the informal social side of student learning (2012-12)
Hommes, J.; Rienties, B.; de Grave, W.; Bos, G.; Schuwirth, L. and Scherpbier, A.
Advances in Health Sciences Education, 17(5) (pp. 743-757)
A review of the role of information communication technology and course design in transitional education practices (2012-12)
Rienties, Bart; Kaper, Wolter; Struyven, Katrien; Tempelaar, Dirk; van Gastel, Leendert; Vrancken, Sanne; Jasińska, Magdalena and Virgailaitė-Mečkauskaitė, Eglė
Interactive Learning Environments, 20(6) (pp. 563-581)
The role of scaffolding and motivation in CSCL (2012-11)
Rienties, Bart; Giesbers, Bas; Tempelaar, Dirk; Lygo-Baker, Simon; Segers, Mien and Gijselaers, Wim
Computers & Education, 59(3) (pp. 893-906)
How achievement emotions impact students' decisions for online learning, and what precedes those emotions (2012)
Tempelaar, Dirk T.; Niculescu, Alexandra; Rienties, Bart; Gijselaers, Wim H. and Giesbers, Bas
Internet and Higher Education, 15(3) (pp. 161-169)
Understanding academic performance of international students: the role of ethnicity, academic and social integration (2012)
Rienties, Bart; Beausaert, Simon; Grohnert, Therese; Niemantsverdriet, Susan and Kommers, Piet
Higher Education, 63(6) (pp. 685-700)
The diverging effects of social network sites on receiving job information for students and professionals (2010)
Rienties, Bart; Tempelaar, Dirk; Pinckaers, Miriam; Giesbers, Bas and Lichel, Linda
International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development, 2(4) (pp. 39-53)
The role of academic motivation in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (2009-11)
Rienties, Bart; Tempelaar, Dirk; Van den Bossche, Piet; Gijselaers, Wim and Segers, Mien
Computers in Human Behavior, 25(6) (pp. 1195-1206)
Special Issue: The mobility of lifelong learners and IT (2009-08-01)
Rienties, Bart and Tempelaar, Dirk T.
Industry and Higher Education, 23(4) (pp. 265-267)
Who profits most from blended learning? (2009-08)
Tempelaar, Dirk T.; Rienties, Bart and Giesbers, Bas
Industry and Higher Education, 23(4) (pp. 285-292)
Social presence, Web videoconferencing and learning in virtual teams (2009)
Giesbers, Bas; Rienties, Bart; Gijselaers, Wim H.; Segers, Mien and Tempelaar, Dirk T.
Industry & Higher Education, 23(4) (pp. 301-309)
Integrating e-learning and classroom learning; four years of asynchronous learning to improve academic competences (2008-09-01)
Rienties, Bart; Van Wesel, Maarten and Gijselaers, Wim
Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, 6(3) (pp. 56-60)
Remedial online teaching on a summer course (2006-10)
Rienties, Bart; Tempelaar, Dirk; Waterval, Dominique; Rehm, Martin and Gijselaers, Wim
Industry and Higher Education, 20(5) (pp. 327-336)
Multiple and Multi-Dimensional Transitions of International Students to Higher Education: A way forward (2016-02-23)
Rienties, Bart and Jindal-Snape, Divya
In: Jindal-Snape, Divya and Rienties, Bart eds. Multi-dimensional transitions of international students to higher education. New Perspectives on Learning and Instruction (pp. 259-283)
ISBN : 9781138890916 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : London
Cultivating learning and social interaction in an international classroom through small group work; a quasi-experimental study (2016-02-23)
Johan, Novie and Rienties, Bart
In: Jindal-Snape, Divya and Rienties, Bart eds. Multi-dimensional transitions of international students to higher education. New Perspectives on Learning and Instruction (pp. 221-239)
ISBN : 9781138890916 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : London
Understanding multiple and multi-dimensional transitions of international higher education students: Setting the scene (2016-02-23)
Jindal-Snape, Divya and Rienties, Bart
In: Jindal-Snape, Divya and Rienties, Bart eds. Multi-dimensional Transitions of International Students to Higher Education. New Perspectives on Learning and Instruction
ISBN : 9781138890916 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : London
A Social Network perspective on ABC of international and host-national students (2016-02-23)
Rienties, Bart and Jindal-Snape, Divya
In: Jindal-Snape, Divya and Rienties, Bart eds. Multi-dimensional transitions of international students to higher education. New Perspectives on Learning and Instruction
ISBN : 9781138890916 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : London
Cultural and Academic Adjustment of International Students in China: A Social Network Perspective (2016-02-23)
Zhang, Kate and Rienties, Bart
In: Jindal-Snape, Divya and Rienties, Bart eds. Multi-dimensional transitions of international students to higher education. New Perspectives on Learning and Instruction
ISBN : 9781138890909 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : London
Implementing a Learning Analytics Intervention and Evaluation Framework: what works? (2016-02)
Rienties, Bart; Cross, Simon and Zdrahal, Zdenek
In: Kei Daniel, Ben and Butson, Russell eds. Big Data and Learning Analytics in Higher Education: Current Theory and Practice
ISBN : 978-3-319-06520-5 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Heidelberg
Understanding the Role of Time on Task in Formative Assessment: The Case of Mathematics Learning (2015-12-24)
Tempelaar, Dirk T.; Rienties, Bart and Giesbers, Bas
In: Ras, Eric and Joosten-ten Brinke, Desiree eds. Computer Assisted Assessment. Research into E-Assessment. Communications in Computer and Information Science (pp. 120-133)
ISBN : 978-3-319-27703-5 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Heidelberg
Understanding emerging knowledge spillovers in small-group learning settings: a networked learning perspective (2014-01-29)
Rienties, Bart; Nanclares, Nuria Hernandez; Hommes, Juliette and Veermans, Koen
In: Hodgson, Vivien; De Laat, Maarten; McConnell, David and Ryberg, Thomas eds. The Design, Experience and Practice of Networked Learning. Research in Networked Learning (pp. 127-147)
ISBN : 978-3-319-01939-0 | Publisher : Springer International Publishing | Published : Cham
Computer assisted, formative assessment and dispositional learning analytics in learning mathematics and statistics (2014)
Tempelaar, Dirk T.; Rienties, Bart and Giesbers, Bas
In: Kalz, M and Ras, E eds. Computer Assisted Assessment. Research into E-Assessment. Communications in Computer and Information Science (439) (pp. 67-78)
ISBN : 978-3-319-08656-9 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Cham
Engaging teachers (and students) with media streaming technology: the case of Box of Broadcasts (2013)
Holmes, Vicki; Clark, Wilma; Burt, Paul and Rienties, Bart
In: Wankel, Laura and Blessinger, Patrick eds. Increasing student engagement and retention using mobile applications: smartphones, Skype and texting technologies. Cutting-edge Technologies in Higher Education (Vol 6d) (pp. 211-238)
ISBN : 978-1-78190-509-8 | Publisher : Emerald Publishing Group Limited | Published : Bingley
Cultural differences in learning dispositions (2013)
Tempelaar, Dirk T.; Rienties, Bart; Giesbers, Bas and van der Loeff, Sybrand Schim
In: Van den Bossche, Piet; Gijselaers, Wim H. and Milter, Richard G. eds. Facilitating Learning in the 21st Century: Leading through Technology, Diversity and Authenticity. Advances in Business Education and Training (5) (pp. 3-30)
ISBN : 978-94-007-6136-0 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Dordrecht
Student experiences of self-reflection and peer assessment in providing authentic project-based learning to large class sizes (2013)
Rienties, Bart; Willis, Anthony; Alcott, Peter and Medland, Emma
In: Van den Bossche, Piet; Gijselaers, Wim H. and Milter, Richard G. eds. Facilitating Learning in the 21st Century: Leading through Technology, Diversity and Authenticity. Advances in Business Education and Training (5) (pp. 117-136)
ISBN : 978-94-007-6136-0 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Dordrecht
Implicit theories of intelligence, effort beliefs, and achievement goals as antecedents of learning motivation and engagement (2012-04-01)
Tempelaar, Dirk T.; Rienties, Bart; Giesbers, Bas and Schim van der Loeff, Sybrand
In: Franco, Jason N. and Svensgaard, Alexander E. eds. Handbook on psychology of motivation: New research. Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions (pp. 283-294)
ISBN : 978-1-62100-755-5 | Publisher : Nova Science Publishers Inc. | Published : Hauppauge, NY
The diverging effects of social network sites on receiving job information for students and professionals (2012)
Rienties, Bart; Tempelaar, Dirk; Pinckaers, Miriam; Giesbers, Bas and Lichel, Linda
In: Coakes, Elayne ed. Technological Change and Societal Growth: Analyzing the Future (pp. 202-217)
ISBN : 978-1-4666-0200-7 | Publisher : IGI Global | Published : Hershey, PA
Effectiveness of a voluntary postsecondary remediation program in mathematics (2012)
Tempelaar, Dirk T.; Rienties, Bart; Giesbers, Bas and Schim van der Loeff, Sybrand
In: Van den Bossche, Piet; Gijselaers, Wim H. and Milter, Richard G. eds. Learning at the Crossroads of Theory and Practice: Research on Innovative Learning Practices. Advances in Business Education and Training (4) (pp. 199-222)
ISBN : 978-94-007-2845-5 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Dordrecht
Integrating ICT in business education: using TPACK to reflect on two course redesigns (2012)
Rienties, Bart and Townsend, Danielle
In: Van den Bossche, Piet; Gijselaers, Wim H. and Milter, Richard G. eds. Learning at the Crossroads of Theory and Practice: Research on Innovative Learning Practices. Advances in Business Education and Training (4) (pp. 141-156)
ISBN : 978-94-007-2845-5 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Dordrecht
Past, present and future of EDiNEB from the perspectives of participants and management team (2012)
Rienties, Bart; Reeb-Gruber, Sandra; Daly, Peter; Bossche, Piet and Minnaert, Lynn
In: Van den Bossche, Piet; Gijselaers, Wim H. and Milter, Richard G. eds. Learning at the Crossroads of Theory and Practice: Research on Innovative Learning Practices. Advances in Business Education and Training (4) (pp. 237-246)
ISBN : 978-94-007-2845-5 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Dordrecht
A longitudinal analysis of knowledge spillovers in the classroom (2012)
Hernández Nanclares, Núria; Rienties, Bart and Van den Bossche, Piet
In: Van den Bossche, Piet; Gijselaers, Wim H. and Milter, Richard G. eds. Learning at the Crossroads of Theory and Practice: Research on Innovative Learning Practices. Advances in Business Education and Training (4) (pp. 157-175)
ISBN : 978-94-007-2845-5 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Dordrecht
Enhancing the academic internship learning experience for business education—a critical review and future directions (2012)
Gerken, Maike; Rienties, Bart; Giesbers, Bas and Könings, Karen D.
In: Van den Bossche, Piete; Gijselaers, Wim H. and Milter, Richard G. eds. Learning at the Crossroads of Theory and Practice: Research on Innovative Learning Practices. Advances in Business Education and Training (4) (pp. 7-22)
ISBN : 978-94-007-2845-5 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Dordrecht
How cultural and learning style differences impact students’ learning preferences in blended learning (2012)
Tempelaar, Dirk; Rienties, Bart; Giesbers, Bas and van der Loeff, Sybrand Schim
In: Francois, Emmanuel Jean ed. Transcultural Blended Learning and Teaching in Postsecondary Education (pp. 30-51)
ISBN : 9781466620148 | Publisher : Information Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Global) | Published : Hershey, PA
Redesigning teaching presence in order to enhance cognitive presence: a longitudinal analysis (2012)
Rienties, Bart; Giesbers, Bas; Tempelaar, Dirk and Lygo-Baker, Simon
In: Akyol, Zehra and Garrison, D. Randy eds. Educational Communities of Inquiry: Theoretical Framework, Research and Practice (pp. 109-132)
ISBN : 9781466621107 | Publisher : Information Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Global) | Published : Hershey, PA
Mathematics bridging education using an online, adaptive e-tutorial (2011-08)
Tempelaar, Dirk T.; Rienties, Bart; Kaper, Wolter; Giesbers, Bas; Schim van der Loeff, Sybrand; van Gastel, Leendert; van de Vrie, Evert; van der Kooij, Henk and Cuypers, Hans
In: Juan, Angel A.; Huertas, Maria A.; Trenholm, Sven and Steegmann, Cristina eds. Teaching Mathematics Online: Emergent Technologies and Methodologies (pp. 167-186)
ISBN : 978-1-60960-875-0 | Publisher : IGI | Published : Hershey, PA
The influence of an individual’s transactive memory profile when advice is sought (2011)
Bohle Carbonell, Katerina; Rienties, Bart and Van den Bossche, Piet
In: Van den Bossche, Piet; Gijselaers, Wim H. and Milter, Richard G. eds. Building Learning Experiences in a Changing World. Advances in Business Education and Training (3) (pp. 267-283)
ISBN : 978-94-007-0801-3 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Dordrecht
Student learning preferences in a blended learning environment: investigating the relationship between tool use and learning approaches (2011)
Tempelaar, Dirk T.; Rienties, Bart and Giesbers, Bas
In: Van de Bossche, Piet; Gijselaers, Wim H. and Milter, Richard G. eds. Building Learning Experiences in a Changing World. Advanced in Business Education and Training (3) (pp. 195-212)
ISBN : 978-94-007-0801-3 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Dordrecht
Academic and social integration of international and local students at five business schools, a cross-institutional comparison (2011)
Rienties, Bart; Grohnert, Therese; Kommers, Piet; Niemantsverdriet, Susan and Nijhuis, Jan
In: Van den Bossche, Piet; Gijselaers, Wim H. and Milter, Richard G. eds. Building Learning Experiences in a Changing World. Advanced in Business Education and Training (3) (pp. 121-137)
ISBN : 978-94-007-0801-3 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Dordrecht
Longitudinal study of online remedial education effects (2008)
Rienties, Bart; Tempelaar, Dirk; Dijkstra, Joost; Rehm, Martin and Gijselaers, Wim
In: Barsky, Noah P.; Clements, Mike; Ravn, Jakob and Smith, Kelly eds. The Power of Technology for Learning. Advances in Business Education and Training (1) (pp. 43-59)
ISBN : 978-1-4020-8746-2 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Dordrecht
Multi-dimensional transitions of international students to higher education (2016-02-23)
Jindal-Snape, Divya and Rienties, Bart eds.
New Perspectives on Learning and Instruction
ISBN : 9781138890916 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : London
Writing Analytics for Epistemic Features of Student Writing (2016-06)
Knight, Simon; Allen, Laura; Littleton, Karen; Rienties, Bart and Tempelaar, Dirk
In : International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) (20-24th June, 2016, Singapore)
Using Social Network Analysis to predict online contributions: The impact of network diversity in cross-cultural collaboration (2016-05-22)
Mittelmeier, Jenna; Héliot, YingFei; Rienties, Bart and Whitelock, Denise
In : ACM Web Science 2016 (22 - 25 May, 2016, Hannover, Germany)
The impact of 151 learning designs on student satisfaction and performance: social learning (analytics) matters (2016-04-26)
Rienties, Bart and Toetenel, Lisette
In : LAK 2016 (27-29 April 2016, Edinburgh) (pp. 339-343)
The role culture and personality play in an authentic online group learning experience (2015-06)
Mittelmeier, Jenna; Heliot, Yingfei; Rienties, Bart and Whitelock, Denise
In : Proceedings of the 22nd EDINEB Conference: Critically Questioning Educational Innovation in Economics and Business: Human Interaction in a Virtualising World (03-05 June 2015, Brighton, UK) (pp. 139-149)
Stability and sensitivity of Learning Analytics based prediction models (2015-05-23)
Tempelaar, D. T.; Rienties, B. and Giesbers, B.
In : Proceedings of 7th International conference on Computer Supported Education (23-25 May 2015, Lisbon, Portugal) (pp. 156-166)
"Scaling up" learning design: impact of learning design activities on LMS behavior and performance (2015-03-23)
Rienties, Bart; Toetenel, Lisette and Bryan, Annie
In : LAK 15: Fifth International Conference on Learning Analytics And Knowledge (16-20 March 2015, Poughkeepsie) (pp. 315-319)
Innovating Pedagogy 2015: Open University Innovation Report 4 (2015-12-03)
Sharples, Mike; Adams, Anne; Alozie, N; Ferguson, Rebecca; FitzGerald, Elizabeth; Gaved, Mark; McAndrew, Patrick; Means, B; Remold, J; Rienties, Bart; Roschelle, J; Vogt, K; Whitelock, Denise and Yarnall, L
The Open University
Modeling and managing student satisfaction: use of student feedback to enhance learning experience (2015-11)
Rienties, Bart; Li, Nai and Marsh, Vicky
Quality Assurance Agency, Gloucester.