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Title Evolution of Social Networks in a Social Learning Management System
Posted by Orven Llantos
Authors Llantos, Orven; Estuar, Maria Regina Justina
Publication date 2020/12/07
Conference ERDT National Conference (ENC) 2020
Pages 137-138
Abstract Interaction is a result of interplay between two or more entities where interplay could be behavior, or some other variable being measured. This paper tries to discover the evolution of the social network in a perceived social LMS environment with principal, teacher, parent, and student as agents. Social network analysis was applied on the interaction data sourced from the deployment of my.eskwela system between October 15, 2019 and January 31, 2020. Results showed that the principal’s interaction influenced the density of the social network as more teachers, students, and parents interact with the system. The network density is much lesser when different roles interact with the system because of the implemented communication hierarchy following the real-world organizational structure.
Index terms / Keywords learning interactions, social learning management system, social network analysis, pattern interaction analysis