Design-Based Research Methodology:
Going deeper than methods in multimodal learning analytics
LAK 2024 – Kyoto, Japan – March 18, 2024
Call for Participation
Multimodal learning analytics (MMLA) frequently uses design-based research (DBR). In this workshop, we take a close look, consider the methodology underpinning design-based research methods, and reflect on how this methodology shapes multimodal research. This workshop blends collaborative theoretical reflection and practical knowledge sharing about “doing the work” of multimodal research. You will participate in this workshop as a collaborator.
The workshop leaders will facilitate discussion by highlighting relevant theoretical debates, providing research summaries, sharing resources, and introducing activities to structure reflection, debate, and clarify the methodology underpinning our work. Anyone, both experts and newcomers to MMLA and design-based research, will be able to participate and deepen their methodological perspectives.
The workshop is a full day and includes the following topics and activities:
16 December 2023: Workshop Paper Submission Deadline 20 December, 2023: Submission Feedback / Notification of Acceptance
Call for Papers
Submissions are closed for workshop papers. You can still register for the workshop and join as a participant.
You can submit a short paper to this workshop (this is useful for those needing a paper accepted to secure travel funding). Submitting a paper is not necessary but is recommended. We will review work, give feedback, and build on these paper submissions at the workshop.
This short paper can be up to 500 words and should address one of the following prompts:
In your paper, indicate which prompt you address (or state a combination). Citations are welcome but optional.