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Dragan Gasevic’s home page

Dragan Gasevic
Dragan Gašević, PhD
Pronouncing my name: DRAH-gahn GAH-sheh-vitch


Professor and Canada Research Chair in
Semantic and Learning Technologies

School of Computing and Information Systems
Athabasca University
1 University Drive
Athabasca, AB T9S 3A3
Canada
Phone: +1 604 569 8515
Fax: +1 778 782.7488

E-mail: dgasevic@acm.org
WWW: http://dgasevic.athabascau.ca
and http://www.sfu.ca/~dgasevic/


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Bio Sketch

Dragan Gasevic is a Canada Research Chair in Semantic and Learning Technologies and a Professor in the School of Computing and Information Systems at Athabasca University. He is also President Elect of the Society for Learning Analytics Research, an Adjunct Professor in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology at Simon Fraser University, Associate Adjunct Professor in the Learning and Teaching Unit at the University of South Australia, a Research Scientist in the LINK Research Lab at the University of Texas, Arlington, and an IBM CAS Faculty Fellow. A computer scientist by training and skills, Dragan considers himself a learning and information scientist developing computational methods that can shape next-generation learning and software technologies and advance our understanding of information seeking, sense-making, and self-regulated and social learning. Funded by granting agencies and industry in Canada and Europe, Dragan is a recipient of several best paper awards at the major international conferences in learning and software technology. The award-winning work of his team on the LOCO-Analytics software is considered one of the pioneering contributions in the growing area of learning analytics. Recently, he has founded ProSolo Technologies Inc that develops a software solution for tracking, evaluating, and recognizing competences gained through self-directed learning and social interactions. Committed to the development of international research community, Dragan had a pleasure to serve as a founding program co-chair of the International Conference on Learning Analytics & Knowledge in 2011 and 2012. Currently serving as a founding editor of the Journal of Learning Analytics and a program co-chair of the Learning Analytics Summer Institute, Dragan is a (co-)author of numerous research papers and books and a frequent keynote speaker.

Research Interests

semantic technologies, learning analytics, technology-enhanced learning, self-regulated and social learning, information seeking, software and process modeling