His work on Mathematics education is typically connected to Social psychology as part of general Educational technology study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Mathematics education study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Educational technology. In the subject of Artificial intelligence, he integrates adjacent academic fields such as Control (management) and Perspective (graphical). Many of his studies on Control (management) apply to Artificial intelligence as well. He links relevant research areas such as Learning analytics and Analytics in the realm of Data science. The study of Learning analytics is intertwined with the study of Data science in a number of ways. He applies his multidisciplinary studies on World Wide Web and The Internet in his research. He combines The Internet and World Wide Web in his research. His Pedagogy study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Academic achievement.
His Mathematics education research incorporates themes from Higher education, Law and Learning analytics, Data science, Analytics. Borrowing concepts from Higher education, he weaves in ideas under Law. Many of his studies on Data science involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Learning analytics and Analytics. Bart Rienties merges many fields, such as Pedagogy and Social science, in his writings. Bart Rienties performs multidisciplinary study in Social science and Pedagogy in his work. His Artificial intelligence study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Perspective (graphical). Perspective (graphical) is closely attributed to Artificial intelligence in his study. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Knowledge management and Educational technology. He merges Multimedia with Educational technology in his research.
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Innovating Pedagogy 2015: Open University Innovation Report 4
Mike Sharples;Anne Adams;N Alozie;Rebecca Ferguson.
Innovating Pedagogy 2016: Open University Innovation Report 5
Mike Sharples;Roberto de Roock;Rebecca Ferguson;Mark Gaved.
Understanding academic performance of international students: The role of ethnicity, academic and social integration
Bart Rienties;Simon Beausaert;Therese Grohnert;Susan Niemantsverdriet.
Higher Education (2012)
The effects of online professional development on higher education teachers' beliefs and intentions towards learning facilitation and technology
Bart Rienties;Natasa Brouwer;Simon Lygo-Baker.
Teaching and Teacher Education (2013)
Innovating Pedagogy 2014
Mike Sharples;Anne Adams;Rebecca Ferguson;Mark Gaved.
In search for the most informative data for feedback generation
Dirk T. Tempelaar;Bart Rienties;Bas Giesbers.
Computers in Human Behavior (2015)
Investigating the relations between motivation, tool use, participation, and performance in an e-learning course using web-videoconferencing
Bas Giesbers;Bart Rienties;Dirk Tempelaar;Wim Gijselaers.
Computers in Human Behavior (2013)
The role of academic motivation in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning
Bart Rienties;Dirk Tempelaar;Piet Van den Bossche;Wim Gijselaers.
Computers in Human Behavior (2009)
Visualising the invisible: a network approach to reveal the informal social side of student learning
J. Hommes;B. Rienties;W. de Grave;G. Bos.
Advances in Health Sciences Education (2012)
The impact of learning design on student behaviour, satisfaction and performance
Bart Rienties;Lisette Toetenel.
Computers in Human Behavior (2016)
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