This work deals with a comparative study of three Asian-American student conferences: Taiwan-America Student Conference (TASC), Japan-America Student Conference (JASC) and Korea-America Student Conference (KASC). It is based on the literature review about data visualization methods and the adoption of ad hoc Social Network Analysis (SNA) tools. It is geared to analyze available data about participant interactions and sub-group dynamics. Such data refer to a full-coverage observation period, that is 30 days before to 30 days after the conference application deadlines.

Using social network analysis for a comparison of informal learning in three Asian-American student conferences

PALMIERI, Roberto;Giglio C.
2015

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This work deals with a comparative study of three Asian-American student conferences: Taiwan-America Student Conference (TASC), Japan-America Student Conference (JASC) and Korea-America Student Conference (KASC). It is based on the literature review about data visualization methods and the adoption of ad hoc Social Network Analysis (SNA) tools. It is geared to analyze available data about participant interactions and sub-group dynamics. Such data refer to a full-coverage observation period, that is 30 days before to 30 days after the conference application deadlines.
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