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Participation in iPREP
Industry & PhD Research Engagement Program

From 2015 Cinglevue has been an active participant of the Industry and Research Engagement Program (iPREP),
which supports research between industries and PhD students from any of the five universities of Western Australia.

iPREP

Latest project

Developing an integrated framework for evaluating student engagement in digital learning contexts

The creation of a framework for evaluating student engagement as situated within the Virtuoso platform.

Student engagement is an important predictor of student success and satisfaction; however, it has been measured in online settings inconsistently and without a solid theoretical foundation. Mengyuan Li, Nadezhda Chubko and Qin Chen as a team reviewed the literature on student engagement and online user experience, integrating information system and services research to provide a basis for enhancing the Virtuoso platform and positively informing teaching and learning practices.

Previous iPREP collaboration projects

This iPREP team explored how DjiNN and Tonic Suite can be utilised in support the implementation of the Virtuoso Sense & Respond framework to support the ingestion, analysis, and utilisation of data at the organisational level to enhance teaching and learning processes.

This iPREP team developed a series of guidelines and recommendations regarding the implementation of an event-driven data framework for Virtuoso.

This iPREP team was tasked with developing a school-based feedback system to increase intrinsic motivation in students and encourage self-improvement.

This iPREP team analysed the extensive array of publications generated by the Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health & Development study to recommend strategic directions for accommodating these findings within Virtuoso.

This iPREP team explored unique problems and ongoing issues within the health sector as these related to educational outcomes and their impact on student learning.

Our iPREP Alumni

Project Title: Analyse the Virtuoso Sense & Respond framework

The opportunity to participate in the iPREP WA, Round 2, 2018 program was an absolute honour. The placement at Cinglevue was also a superb experience! I worked with a diverse team of researchers and was able to develop team-building skills. I have also developed my oral and written communication skills, improved my problem-solving skills, and networked with industry partners and other student researchers. Through working on the project, I have expanded my knowledge base on how e-learning technologies, underpinned by machine learning and artificial intelligence, can be incorporated within education to improve learning outcomes.

Samantha-Kaye Johnston

Samantha

iPREP participant of round 2, 2018

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