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Direction of collaborative problem solving-based STEM learning by learning analytics approach

Overview of attention for article published in Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning, December 2019
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Title
Direction of collaborative problem solving-based STEM learning by learning analytics approach
Published in
Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning, December 2019
DOI 10.1186/s41039-019-0119-y
Authors

Li Chen, Nobuyuki Yoshimatsu, Yoshiko Goda, Fumiya Okubo, Yuta Taniguchi, Misato Oi, Shin’ichi Konomi, Atsushi Shimada, Hiroaki Ogata, Masanori Yamada

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#12,873,394
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#98
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#264,317
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#20
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