The ZoomSense project was started on 19 April 2020 as a response to our experiences of using Zoom for teaching.
A few people from the Faculty of IT at Monash University (and friends) got together to see if we could visualize what was happening in Zoom breakout rooms.
We are looking for help in developing this open source tool. So whether you're an academic, educator or developer, we'd love to loop you in!
There is now a thriving community around ZoomSense, where developers are using it as an infrastructure to rapidly develop augmentations to Zoom for teaching, media production and much more!
If you are a developer, head over to our GitLab documentation to get started.
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The diction Install diction package contains a tool called style, which analyses the surface characteristics of the writing style of a document. It prints various readability grades, length of words, sentences and paragraphs. It can further locate sentences with certain characteristics.
Join Abelardo Pardo from University of South Australia and Timothy McKay from University of Michigan along with Lucy Appert from New York University for a insightful conversation about the strategies and challenges for enriching large introductory courses with learning analytic tools.