Mulce.org Documentation

Mulce.org Documentation

This site provides information on the Mulce repository http://repository.mulce.org where learning & teaching corpora are accessible. It explains the methodology used to compile these LETEC corpora (with associated analysis tools). It provides guidlines for sharing research data on online learning situations. Access information about Mulce on OLAC
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Discovering LETEC corpora

This article explains how to discover and become acquainted with the large set of LETEC corpora which are available in the open-access Mulce (MULtimodal Corpus Exchange) repository. The latter corpora have been collected over the past 12 years and are diverse in terms of the types of online learning situations and the types of Learner Computer Interactions.


Results of the survey “CALL within the Digital Humanities: considering CALL journals, research data and the sharing of research results”

Taking the opportunity of this communication to Eurocall 2013 (Chanier 2013), colleagues who were subscribers to the EUROCALL and CALICO mailing lists were invited to participate in an online survey. Here are the results of this survey.
It collected attitudes and opinions of CALL researchers related to issues on multilingual aspects of CALL literature, open access to publication, scientific process linking publications and data, access and reuse of data on learning situations where the researcher/teacher did not participated in the first instance, acknowledgement of research related to work on data.

Most recent articles


Most recent articles


EUROCALL 2013, Survey on CALL in the Digital Humanities: considering CALL journals, research data

Wednesday 31 July 2013 by Thierry CHANIER

Survey addressed to members of EUROCALL or CALICO and/or participants to the EUROCALL 2013 conference (Evora, September). Its contents relates to my talk during the conference. The survey is anonymous. I will publish the results on the EUROCALL and CALICO mailing lists at the end of September. Thank you for your participation. Thierry Chanier
link to the survey



WorldCALL 2013: LEarning and TEaching Corpora (LETEC): data-sharing and repository for research on multimodal interactions

Friday 21 June 2013 by WIGHAM Ciara

This is an extended version of the article Wigham, C.R. & Chanier, T. (2013) "LEarning and TEaching Corpora (LETEC): data-sharing and repository for research on multimodal interactions. WorldCALL 2013, 10-13 juillet 2013, Glasgow, Royaume-Uni. [http://edutice.archives-ouvertes.fr/edutice-00778274]



CMC Workshop. CMC Data in Learning and Teaching (LETEC) Corpora

Tuesday 21 May 2013 by Thierry CHANIER

Chanier, T. & Reffay, C. (2013). CMC Data in Learning and Teaching (LETEC) Corpora. International workshop: Building Corpora of Computer-Mediated Communication: Issues, Challenges, and Perspectives, Feb 14–15, 2013, TU Dortmund University [slides]



IJTEL : lessons learned in five years by the Mulce project

Wednesday 4 July 2012 by Thierry CHANIER

In order to make replication possible for interaction analysis in
online learning, the French project named Mulce (2007–2010) and its team
worked on requirements for research data to be shareable. We defined a
Learning & Teaching Corpus (LETEC) as a package containing the data issued
from an online course, the contextual information and metadata, necessary to
make these data visible, shareable and reusable. These human, technical and
ethical requirements are presented in this paper. We briefly present the
structure of a corpus and the repository we developed to share these corpora.
Related works are also described and we show how conditions evolved
between 2006 and 2011. This leads us to report on how the Mulce project was
faced with four particular challenges and to suggest acceptable solutions for
computer scientists and researchers in the humanities: both concerned by data
sharing in the Technology Enhanced Learning community.



Our first anonymizer source code now available

Friday 3 February 2012 by Christophe Reffay

This article shortly presents the first software tool, developed in java by the LIUM laboratory. This software supports researchers to anonymize a set of (textual) interaction (chat/mail/forum). The source code is offered (as is) to the community, but, this software is no longer maintained.



Mulce Final deliverable

Tuesday 20 September 2011 by Thierry CHANIER

Final deliverable of the Mulce project sent to the ANR "Corpora and tools in Humanities" in March 2011



9/11, Mulce repository in the DataCite directory

Friday 2 September 2011 by Thierry CHANIER

Mulce is now part of of DataCite directory (datacite.org/repolist ) which lists repositories for research data



Sticef "Structuring learning & teaching corpora (LETEC) for the support of research results share"

Wednesday 24 August 2011 by Thierry CHANIER
ABSTRACT : When analyzing situated interactions in online learning, one should link the data to some contextual information of the learning situation. This is an essential condition if we wish to construct a research object that would become usable by various research teams and disciplines and (...)


Alsic "Benefits of Sharing Corpora when Analyzing Online Interactions:..."

Wednesday 24 August 2011 by Thierry CHANIER
The study of online learning, whether aimed at understanding this form of situated human learning, at evaluating relevant pedagogical scenarios and settings or at improving technological environments, requires the availability of interaction data from all participants in the learning (...)


CSCL 2011 "Productive re-use of CSCL data and analytic tools to provide a new perspective on group cohesion"

Tuesday 23 August 2011 by Christophe Reffay, Thierry CHANIER

Reffay, C., Teplovs, C., Blondel, F.-M. (2011). Productive re-use of CSCL data and analytic tools to provide a new perspective on group cohesion. In Connecting Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning to Policy and Practice: CSCL2011 Conference Proceedings. Volume II – short papers, Hans Spada, Gerry Stahl, Naomi Miyake, Nancy Law (Eds.), pp. 846-850, 4-8 july, 2011, Hong Kong, China.
Get this article (fulltext and references): http://edutice.archives-ouvertes.fr/edutice-00616547/en/


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