Doctoral StudentDept. of Applied IT, Division of Learning, Communication &
About Bo Yang
Bo YANG is currently a PhD student at the Division of Learning, Communication & IT, Department of Applied Information Technology, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
Previously, he got a bachelor's degree in English education from Southwest University, China and a master's degree of mass communication with the specialization in social media analytics from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
In the past, he first worked as a teacher in a high school in China and then as an assistant researcher in educational technology at Beijing Normal University, China.
Now, his research interest stands within the field of learning analytics, especially into the emerging technics, tools and platforms which potentially enhance the online learning interaction among learners. In the usual research, he relies primarily on quantitative methods including algorithms and models in web crawling, statistical analysis, natural language processing and social network analysis. He is a big fan of data analysis and data visualization using R.
Evaluation of a Practice System Supporting Distributed Practice for Novice Programming
B. P. Li, F. J. Ning, L. F. Zhang, BO YANG, L. S. Zhang
Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology - 2021-01-01
Identifying and Comparing Interaction Features of Different Topic Categories in Online Learning Discussions Supported by
Bo YANG, H. Y. He
Proceedings of ICCE 2021 - 29th International Conference on Computers in Education - 2021-01-01
Middle-School Students’ Behavior Pattern and Strategy Selection in Problem Solving: A Study Based on Data from PISA
Y. LIU, Bo YANG, L. WU, B. P. LI
Proceedings of ICCE 2020 - 28th International Conference on Computers in Education - 2020-01-01
Learning Alone yet Together: An Exploratory Study of the Interaction through Online Danmaku
Proceedings of 2020 IEEE Learning With MOOCS (LWMOOCS) - 2020-01-01
Online Learning Interaction in Danmaku Videos: A Pilot
Proceedings of EdMedia + Innovate Learning 2020 - 2020-01-01
Identifying and comparing elementary students’ problem-solving behavior patterns using lag sequential
Bo YANG, B. P. LI
Proceedings of ICCE 2019 - 27th International Conference on Computers in Education - 2019-01-01