Journal Articles

2018
[34] Z. Liu, N. Pinkwart, H. Liu, S. Liu, G. Zhang (2018). Exploring Students’ Engagement Patterns in SPOC Forums and their Association with Course Performance. EURASIA Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 7(15), 3143--3158.
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[33] B. Paassen, B. Hammer, T. Price, T. Barnes, S. Gross, N. Pinkwart (2018). The Continuous Hint Factory - Providing Hints in Vast and Sparsely Populated Edit Distance Spaces. Journal of Educational Data Mining, 10(1), 1--35.
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2017
[32] T. Barnes, K. E. Boyer, S. I. Hsiao, N. T. Le, S. Sosnovsky (2017). Preface for the Special Issue on AI-Supported Education in Computer Science. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, Springer New York(1).
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[31] S. Gross, M. Kliemannel, N. Pinkwart (2017). Orientation and Navigation Support in Resource Spaces Using Hierarchical Visualizations. i-com, 16(1), 35--44.
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[30] J. Katusiime, N. Pinkwart (2017). A review of privacy and usability issues in mobile health systems: Role of external factors. Health Informatics Journal.
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[29] M. T. Rücker, N. Pinkwart (2017). The things that belong: a grounded theory study of student categorizations of complex technical artifacts. International Journal of Technology and Design Education.
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2016
[28] N. T. Le (2016). A Classification of Adaptive Feedback of Educational Systems for Programming. Special Issue on Adaptive Educational Technology Systems, 4(1).
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[27] N. Pinkwart (2016). Another 25 Years of AIED? Challenges and Opportunities for Intelligent Educational Technologies of the Future. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, 26(2), 771--783.
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2015
[26] S. Gross, B. Mokbel, B. Hammer, N. Pinkwart (2015). Learning Feedback in Intelligent Tutoring Systems. KI - Künstliche Intelligenz, 1--6.
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[25] N. T. Le (2015). Using Semantic Web for Generating Questions: Do Different Populations Perceive Questions Differently? Transaction on Computational Collective Intelligence, 17.
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[24] N. T. Le, N. Pinkwart (2015). Evaluation of a Question generation approach Using Open Linked Data for Supporting Argumentation. Special Issue on Modeling, Management and Generation of Problems/Questions in Technology-Enhanced Learning - Journal Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning.
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[23] M. Rücker, N. Pinkwart (2015). Review and Discussion of Children's Conceptions of Computers. Journal of Science Education and Technology.
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[22] S. Strickroth, M. Striewe, O. Müller, U. Priss, S. Becker, O. Rod, R. Garmann, J. O. Bott, N. Pinkwart (2015). ProFormA: An XML-based exchange format for programming tasks. eleed, 11(1).
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2014
[21] M. S. Ahmad, N. Pinkwart (2014). A generalised framework to support field and in-class collaborative learning. International Journal of Mobile Learning and Organisation, 8(3/4), 232--252.
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[20] S. Gross, B. Mokbel, B. Paassen, B. Hammer, N. Pinkwart (2014). Example-based feedback provision using structured solution spaces. International Journal of Learning Technology, 9(3), 248--280.
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[19] N. T. Le, N. P. Nguyen, K. Seta, N. Pinkwart (2014). Automatic Question Generation for Supporting Argumentation. Vietnam Journal of Computer Science, 1(2), 117--127.
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[18] S. Strickroth, N. Pinkwart (2014). Engineering Hybrid Learning Communities: The Case of a Regional Parent Community. Systems, 2(4), 393--424.
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2013
[17] N. T. Le, F. Loll, N. Pinkwart (2013). Operationalizing the Continuum between Well-Defined and Ill-Defined Problems for Educational Technology. IEEE Journal Transactions on Learning Technologies, 6(3), 258--270.
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[16] N. T. Le, N. Pinkwart (2013). A Comparison between a Communication-based and a Data Mining-based Learning Approach For Agents. International Journal on Intelligent Decision Technologies, 7(3), 185--195.
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[15] H. Li, S. Hartmann, N. Pinkwart (2013). The Impact of Technology Enhanced Learning in Southwestern China: a Case Study. International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science, 10(2), 49--56.
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[14] F. Loll, N. Pinkwart (2013). LASAD: Flexible Representations for Computer-Based Collaborative Argumentation. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 71(1), 91--109.
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2010
[13] N. Pinkwart, A. Harrer, M. Kuhn (2010). Process Support for Collaborative Inquiry Learning. Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning, 5(3), 185--203.
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[12] O. Scheuer, F. Loll, N. Pinkwart, B. M. McLaren (2010). Computer-Supported Argumentation: A Review of the State-of-the-Art. International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 5(1), 43--102.
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[11] D. Tsovaltzi, N. Rummel, B. M. McLaren, N. Pinkwart, O. Scheuer, A. Harrer, I. Braun (2010). Extending a Virtual Chemistry Laboratory with a Collaboration Script to Promote Conceptual Learning. International Journal on Technology Enhanced Learning, 2(1/2), 91--110.
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2009
[10] C. Lynch, K. D. Ashley, N. Pinkwart, V. Aleven (2009). Concepts, Structures, and Goals: Redefining Ill-Definedness. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, 19(3), 253--266.
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[9] N. Pinkwart, V. Aleven, K. D. Ashley, C. Lynch (2009). Adaptive Rückmeldungen im intelligenten Tutorensystem LARGO. e-learning and education, 5.
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[8] N. Pinkwart, K. D. Ashley, C. Lynch, V. Aleven (2009). Evaluating an Intelligent Tutoring System for Making Legal Arguments with Hypotheticals. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, 19(4), 401--424.
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[7] N. Pinkwart, H. Olivier (2009). Cooperative Virtual Worlds - a viable eCollaboration pathway or merely a gaming trend? Electronic Markets, Special Issue on eCollaboration, 19(4), 233--236.
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2008
[6] A. Harrer, N. Pinkwart, B. M. McLaren, O. Scheuer (2008). The Scalable Adapter Design Pattern: Enabling Interoperability Between Educational Software Tools. IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies, 1(2), 131--143.
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2006
[5] A. Harrer, S. Zeini, N. Pinkwart (2006). Evaluation of Communication in Web-supported Learning Communities - An Analysis with Triangulation Research Design. International Journal of Web Based Communities, 2(4), 428--446.
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[4] Y. Miao, N. Pinkwart, H. U. Hoppe (2006). A Collaborative Virtual Environment for Situated Learning of Car-Driving. Advanced Technology for Learning, 3(4), 233--240.
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2003
[3] K. Gaßner, H. U. Hoppe, A. Lingnau, N. Pinkwart (2003). Handlungsorientierte Kommunikationsmedien als "mind tools". Künstliche Intelligenz, 17(2), 42--47.
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[2] N. Pinkwart, H. U. Hoppe, M. Milrad, J. Perez (2003). Educational Scenarios for cooperative use of Personal Digital Assistants. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 19(3), 383--391.
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in press
[1] M. T. Rücker, N. Pinkwart (in press). "How else should it work?" A grounded theory of pre-college students' understanding of computing devices. ACM Transactions on Computing Education.
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