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Biography

I am a Senior Lecturer in Computer Science and Cyber Security at the University of Winchester, where I am the Programme Leader for the BSc in Cyber Security, the BSc in Cyber Security and Law, and the MSc in Cyber Security.  I am also a founding member of the WINTS research centre at the university and an associate member of the Centre for Information Rights (CIR). 

I have nearly 30 years of teaching experience using a collaborative, evidence-based approach to my practice. I research aspects of computer science education, human-computer interaction and sensing technologies. I am also a keen advocate for women in computing.

My background is multidisciplinary but with a strong dual interest in education and technology. Following my B.CompSc.(Hons) degree at the Universidad Central de Venezuela, I delivered several computer science courses there. I also hold several teaching qualifications from the UK, including a PGCE in Post-Compulsory Education and Training, and I have taught in diverse educational environments, including primary schools, further education colleges as well as universities.

I have been awarded an MSc in Computer Science by the Universities of Berne, Fribourg and Neuchâtel in Switzerland (with a specialism in Distributed Systems and a minor in Education), and was a Mayflower Scholar for Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton, becoming a PhD candidate and a Teaching Fellow in the same department. I have now finished a PhD in Computer Science studying learner engagement within peer-supported digital environments, and continue to be associated with this department as a Visiting Researcher.

My most recent appointments include an Associate Lectureship at the University of St Andrews and service to ACM-W Europe. I have supervised seventeen MSc projects and twelve final-year undergraduate dissertations.

 

My background is multidisciplinary but with a strong dual interest in education and technology. I hold a B.CompSc.(Hons) from the Universidad Central de Venezuela, an MSc in Computer Science (with a specialism in Distributed Systems and a minor in Education) from the Universities of Berne, Fribourg, and Neuchâtel in Switzerland, and a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Southampton.  I also hold several teaching qualifications from the UK, including a PGCE in Post-Compulsory Education and Training, and have taught in diverse educational environments, including primary schools, further education colleges as well as universities.  More recently, I served in the executive committee of ACM-W Europe for several years and used this service as a platform to promote gender diversity in my discipline, through the organisation of the womENcourage annual conference.

In terms of project supervision, I have formally directed six final-year undergraduate dissertations, sixteen MSc projects, and have also been involved in the supervision of two PhD theses. My current research interests are in human-centric computing, learning analytics, and CS education, and I welcome interdisciplinary collaborations where my experience in these fields can complement that of others.

Publications

Journal Papers

  • P. Pirzada, A. Wilde, G. Doherty and D. Harris-Birtill (2021) "Ethics and Acceptance of Smart Homes for Older Adults" Journal of Informatics for Health and Social Care, DOI:10.1080/17538157.2021.1923500. Published online:09July 2021.
  • N. Zurbuchen, A. Wilde and P. Bruegger (2021) A Machine Learning Multi-class Approach for Fall Detection Systems based on Wearable Sensors with a Study on Sampling Rates Selection. Sensors 21(3)938. pp. 123. Special Issue: Sensor Networks: Physical and Social Sensing in the IoT. Available at: https://doi.org/10.3390/s21030938.
  • S. Snow, A. Wilde, m.c. schraefel, and P. Denny (2019) A discursive question: Supporting student-authored multiple-choice questions through peer-learning software in non-STEMM disciplines. British Journal of Educational Technology, 50 (4), pp. 18151830. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1111/bjet.12686.
  • S. Sufi, A. Nenadic, R. Silva, B. Duckles, I. Simera, J. A. de Beyer, C. Struthers, T. Nurmikko-Fuller, L. Bellis, W. Miah, A. Wilde, I. Emsley, O. Philippe, M. Balzano, S. Coelho, H. Ford, C. Jones, and V. Higgins (2018). Ten simple rules for measuring the impact of workshops. Public Library of Science (PLOS) Computational Biology. pp. 112. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1006191.
  • C. León and A. Wilde (2015) Paridad de género en estudios de postgrado en ciencias de la computación en Venezuela. In Revista Novática. Special issue: Las Mujeres en la profesión informática: historia, actualidad y retos para el futuro. Monografía. XL (231), JanMar 2015, pp. 3541.
  • R. Oliver, A. Wilde and E. Zaluska (2014) Reprogramming embedded systems at run-time. International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems. Special Issue: ICST 2014, 7(5). pp. 16. Available at: https://doi.org/10.21307/ijssis-2019-078.

Book Chapters

  • A. Wilde, A. Dix, C. Evans, A. Vasilchenko, J. Maguire, and S. Snow (2020) Towards a Taxonomy of Video for HCI Education. In Trends and Good Practices in Research and Teaching, pp. 3146. Barcelona, Editorial Octaedro. Available at: https://doi.org/10.36006/16184-02.
  • O. Ojuroye and A. Wilde (2019) On the Feasibility of Using Electronic Textiles to Support Embodied Learning. In I. Buchem, R. Klamma and F. Wild, Perspectives on Wearable Enhanced Learning (WELL), pp. 169186. Springer. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1007/ 978-3-319-64301-4_8.
  • O. Ojuroye, R. Torah, S. Beeby, and A. Wilde (2017) Smart Textiles for Smart Home Control and Enriching Future Wireless Sensor Network Data. In O. Postolache, S. Mukhopadhyay, J. Chandra, P. Krishanthi and A. Swain (eds.) Sensors for Everyday Life: Healthcare Settings, Switzerland, Springer, 159183. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-47319-2_9.
  • A. Wilde and E. Zaluska (2016) Held-by-hand learners: a survey of technologies to support positive behaviours of Higher Education students today. In R. Roig-Villa (ed.) Tecnología Innovación e Investigación en los Procesos de Enseñanza-Aprendizaje. Barcelona, Editorial Octaedro pp. 31223132. Available at: http://hdl.handle.net/10045/61787. 

 

Peer-Reviewed International Conferences (Papers)

  • P. Bruegger and A. Wilde (2020) On the Development of a Resident Monitoring System: Usability, Privacy and Security Aspects. In 2020 International Conferences on Internet of Things (iThings) and IEEE Green Computing and Communications (GreenCom) and IEEE Cyber, Physical and Social Computing (CPSCom) and IEEE Smart Data (SmartData) and IEEE Congress on Cybermatics (Cybermatics). 02-06 November (online). Available at: https://doi.org/10.1109/ithings-greencom-cpscom-smartdata-cybermatics50389.2020.00062.
  • A. Wilde and A. Dix (2020) 2nd Workshop on Using Video in Computer Science Education. In The United Kingdom and Ireland Computing Education Research (UKICER) conference from the UK ACM Special Interest Group in Computing Science Education. 3-4 September 2020 (organised by the University of Glasgow, delivered online)
  • A. Wilde and A. Dix (2020) Navigating challenges on wide-scale adoption of video for HCI education: the HCIvideoW experience. Work-in-progress/demonstration session. In ACM Learning at Scale conference (L@S). Virtual conference organised by Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA, USA. 12-14 August 2020.
  • A. Wilde, A. Simeone and C. Evans (2020) HCI and the educational technology revolution #HCIEd2020: a workshop on video-making for teaching and learning human-computer interaction. In Proceedings of the 2020 International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI 2020), 2 October, Lacco d’Ameno, Ischia, Italy. pp. 13. (to appear in ACM DL). Workshop website: https://hcied.adalsimeone.me/
  • N. Zurbuchen, P. Bruegger and A. Wilde (2020) A Comparison of Machine Learning Algorithms for Fall Detection Systems using Wearable Sensors. In IEEE International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Information and Communication (ICAIIC 2020), 1921 February, Fukuoka, Japan. pp. 427431. Available at: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9065205
  • A. Simeone, M. Speicher, A. Molnar, A. Wilde and F. Daiber (2019) LIVE: the human role in learning in an immersive virtual environment. In ACM Spatial User Interaction 2019. New Orleans, United States, 19 October. pp. 111. Available at: https://dl.acm.org/doi/10. 1145/3357251.3357590.
  • A. Wilde, A. Vasilchenko and A. Dix (2018) HCI and the educational technology revolution #HCIEd2018: a workshop on video-making for teaching and learning human-computer interaction. In Proceedings of the 2018 International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI’18), 29 May, Castiglione della Pescaia, Grosseto, Italy. pp. 13. Available at: http://doi.org/10. 1145/3206505.3206600.
  • P. Pirzada, N. White and A. Wilde (2018) Sensors in Smart Homes for Independent Living of the Elderly. In 5th International Multi-Topic ICT Conference (IMTIC), 25 27 April, Jamshoro, Pakistan. pp. 18. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1109/IMTIC.2018.8467234.
  • A. Wilde, M. Ballesteros-Mesa, and M. León-Urrutia (2016) Hacia un marco de análisis del aprendizaje en cursos en línea Masivos y Abiertos: informando al proveedor. In R. Roig-Vila (ed.) EDUcación y TECnología. Propuestas desde la investigación y la innovación educativa. Barcelona, Spain. pp. 276277. Available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/402881.
  • A. Wilde, M. León and S. White (2016) Tracking Collective Learner Footprints: Aggregate Analysis of MOOC Learner Demographics and Activity. In the 9th Annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (iCERI 2016), 14 16 November, Seville, Spain. Available at: http://10.21125/iceri.2016.1319.
  • A. Wilde, O. Ojuroye, and R. Torah (2015) Prototyping a voice-controlled smart home hub wirelessly integrated with a wearable device. In 9th International Conference on Sensing Technology (ICST). 8-10 December, Auckland, New Zealand. pp. 7175. Available at: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7438367.
  • C. León and A. Wilde (2014) Paridad de género en estudios de postgrado en ciencias de la computación en Venezuela. In VI Latin American Women in Computing Congress (LAWCC 2014) collocated with the XL Conferencia Latinoamericana en Informática (CLEI 2014), 15 19 September, Montevideo, Uruguay. pp. 24-30. Available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/ 367859.
  • A. Wilde, R. Oliver, and E. Zaluska (2014) Reprogramming embedded systems at run-time. In Proceedings of the IEEE 8th International Conference on Sensing Technology (ICST), 2 4 September, Liverpool, United Kingdom. pp. 124129. Available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/367862.
  • A. Wilde, R. Oliver, and E. Zaluska (2013) Developing a low-cost general-purpose device for the Internet of Things. In Proceedings of the IEEE 7th International Conference on Sensing Technology (ICST), 3 5 December, Wellington, New Zealand. pp. 494-498. Available at: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/6727701.
  • A. Wilde, R. Streeting, and E. Zaluska (2013) Unobstrusive human activity recognition using smartphones and Hidden Markov Models. Submitted to JAIHC. Available at: https://eprints. soton.ac.uk/377443.
  • A. Wilde, P. Brügger, and B. Hirsbrunner (2010) An overview of human-computer interaction patterns in pervasive systems. In Proceedings of the International Conference on User Science and Engineering (i-USEr 2010), Shah Alam, Malaysia. 13 - 15 Dec 2010. pp. 145-150. Available at: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/5716740.
  • A. Wilde, P. Brügger, B. Hadorn, and B. Hirsbrunner (2010) ROBIN: activity based robot management system. In Proceedings of the International Conference on User Science and Engineering (i-USEr 2010), Shah Alam, Malaysia. 13 - 15 Dec 2010. pp. 122-127. Available at: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/5716736.
  • J.A. Moreno, and A.G. Egea (1999) An evolutionary cellular program on the solution of the travelling salesman problem. H. Mühlenbein, and A. Ochoa (eds.) In Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence - Adaptive Systems, ISAS’99. Academia. pp. 236-241. Available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/349759.

 

Peer-Reviewed International Conferences (Posters)

  • A. Wilde (2021) Feature engineering for clustering analysis of large and heterogeneous educational datasets. In the fifth Women in Data Science (WiDS) Cambridge conference. Co-organised by Harvard, MIT and Stanford University. 11 March (online).
  • A. Wilde and D. Millard (2020) Choosing between wider participation or quality of interactions: A study of learner engagement within PeerWise. In The United Kingdom and Ireland Computing Education Research (UKICER) conference from the UK ACM Special Interest Group in Computing Science Education. Organised by the University of Glasgow, online, 3-4 September 2020.
  • P. Pirzada, A. Wilde and D. Harris-Birtill (2019) Smart Homes for elderly to promote their health and wellbeing. In the ACM 6th womENcourage conference, 15 17 September, Rome, Italy. Available at: https://womencourage.acm.org/2019/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/womENcourage_2019_paper_5.pdf.
  • P. Busch, E. Kocsis, and A. Wilde (2018) Impact of design decisions in information visualization: two takes on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites dataset. In the ACM 5th womENcourage conference, 3 5 October, Belgrade, Serbia. Available at: https://womencourage.acm.org/ 2018/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/womENcourage_2018_paper_49.pdf.
  • A. Vasilchenko and A. Wilde (2018) Self-Flip: How Learning through Making Can Flip the Classroom. In ACM 5th womENcourage conference, 3 5 October, Belgrade, Serbia. Available at: https://womencourage.acm.org/2018/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/womENcourage_2018_ paper_34.pdf.
  • A. Vasilchenko, A. Wilde, S. Snow, M. Balaam and M. Devlin (2018), Video coursework: Oppor- tunity and Challenge for HCI Education. In Proceedings of the 2018 International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI’18), 29 May, Castiglione della Pescaia, Grossetto, Italy. Available at: http://doi.org/10.1145/3206505.3206596.
  • G. Thuermer, C. Morgan and A. Wilde (2018) Mentoring Web Science MSc students. In, 10th ACM Conference in Web Science, 27 30 May, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Available at: https://research-repository.st-andrews.ac.uk/handle/10023/13454.
  • A. Wilde and O. Rastić-Dulborough (2017) Encouraging gender diversity in computing by supporting women’s participation in conferences. In the ACM 4th womENcourage conference, 6 8 September, Barcelona, Spain. Available at: https://womencourage.acm.org/wp-content/ uploads/2017/07/womENcourage_2017_paper_72.pdf.
  • M. Ballesteros-Mesa, and A. Wilde (2016) Data Analytics for MOOC providers. XIX Congreso Internacional EDUTEC 2016, 9 11 November, Alicante, Spain. Available at: https:// research-repository.st-andrews.ac.uk/handle/10023/12197.
  • A. Wilde (2015) Student smartphones: tools or barriers? Attitudes amongst students in Higher Education in Chile and the UK. In the ACM 2nd womENcourage conference, 24 26 September, Uppsala, Sweden. Available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/383017.
  • O. Ojuroye and A. Wilde (2015) Siri on your Wrist: Making your home smart. In the ACM 2nd womENcourage conference, 24 26 September, Uppsala, Sweden. Available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/382225.
  • A. Wilde, E. Zaluska and H. Davis (2013) ‘Happiness’: Can Pervasive Computing Assist Students to Achieve Success? In ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2013), Doctoral School. 8 September, Zurich, Switzerland. Available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/354093.
  • A. Wilde, E. Zaluska and H. Davis (2013), Can pervasive computing make you happy? At Google Scholarship Retreat 2013 (EMEA region), 30 June 3 July, Zurich, Switzerland. Available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/354287.

 

Peer-Reviewed Contributions to International Workshops

  • A. Wilde, S. Snow (2018) Passive consumers no more: Experiences with students producing video materials for assessment in HCI. In HCI and the educational technology revolution #HCIed2018: a workshop on video-making for teaching and learning human-computer interaction. 29 May, Castiglione della Pescaia, Grosseto, Italy.
  • R. Cobos, A. Wilde and E. Zaluska (2017) Predicting attrition from Massive Open Online Courses in FutureLearn and edX. In FutureLearn data: what we currently have, what we are learning and how it is demonstrating learning in MOOCs. Workshop at the 7th International Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference, 1317 March, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada. pp. 120. Available at: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1967/FLMOOCS_Paper5.pdf.
  • O. Ojuroye, R. Torah, S. Beeby, and A. Wilde (2016) Autonomy is the Key: From Smart towards Intelligent Textiles. In ACM Workshop on Autonomous Everyday Objects: Exploring Actuation in Ubiquitous Devices, at the 2016 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing UbiComp’16 (Adjunct), pp. 678681. 13 September, Heidelberg, Germany. Available at: https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/2968219.2968558.
  • A. Wilde (2016) Understanding persuasive technologies to improve completion rates in MOOCs. In the HCI and the Educational Technology Revolution an HCI Educators workshop at the 2016 International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI 2016), 7 June, Bari, Italy. Available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/394560.
  • A. Wilde, E. Zaluska and D. Millard (2015) Student Success on Face-to-Face Instruction and MOOCs: What can Learning Analytics uncover? In the Web Science Education Workshop at the ACM Web Science 2015 Conference, 28 June, Oxford, United Kingdom. Available at: https://research-repository.st-andrews.ac.uk/bitstream/handle/10023/12267/Wilde_2015_Student_success_WSE_AAM.pdf.
  • A. Wilde and E. Zaluska (2013) Revisiting Activity Theory within the Internet of Things. In 1st International Workshop on Internet Science and Web Science Synergies, 1 May, Paris, France. Available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/352915/1/InternetSci.pdf

 

Peer-Reviewed Contributions to National Events

  • A. Wilde (2021) The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Experiences teaching secure systems and digital forensics. In Engaging and Active Security Education workshop (EASE). https://www.ease.ws. Co-located with the UK ACM SIGCSE Computing Education Practice. 7 January. Organised by Durham University, delivered online.
  • A. Wilde (2020) Video didn’t kill the radio star: on teaching and learning in the new normal. In CHEP Festival of Learning and Teaching. 16 September 2020 (organised by the University of Southampton, online).
  • A. Wilde (2018) The role of near-peers in MSc projects. In Reimagining the Student Research Project Workshop at the Computational Foundry, Swansea University, 14 November, Swansea, United Kingdom.
  • A. Wilde and V. Perišić (2018) A comparative view of mentoring approaches in Southampton. In Simply Better: Researching Assessment Practices Improving Student Outcomes conference, 14 September, Southampton, United Kingdom. Available at: https://research-repository. st-andrews.ac.uk/handle/10023/16052.
  • A. Wilde and O. Ojuroye (2018) Ubiquitous embodied learning with e-textiles. 1st UK Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Systems Research Symposium (MobiUK), 13 September, Cambridge, UK. Available at: https://mobiuk.org/abstract/S6-P5-Wilde-UbiquitousEmbodiedLearning. pdf.
  • G. Thuermer and A. Wilde (2018) Mentoring MSc students as a practice in STEM. In Teaching in the spotlight: Learning from global communities Higher Education Academy’s Annual Conference. 3-5 July, Birmingham, United Kingdom. Available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/418208.
  • A. Wilde and S. Snow (2018) Addressing challenges in assessing Human-Computer Interaction at scale. In Computing Education Practice conference, 11 12 January, Durham, United Kingdom. Available at: http://community.dur.ac.uk/cep.conference/2018/programme. php#abstract13.
  • S. Snow and A. Wilde (2017) Supporting Authoring of Multiple-Choice Questions in Human-Computer Interaction using PeerWise. In What Works in Assessment and Feedback: Simply Better conference, 14 September, Southampton, United Kingdom. https://research-repository.st-andrews.ac.uk/handle/10023/12269.
  • A. Wilde and S. Snow (2017) Assessment design: Video as an assessment tool. In What Works in Assessment and Feedback: Simply Better conference, 14 September, Southampton, United Kingdom. Available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/436182.
  • A. Wilde, M. León-Urrutia, and K. Borthwick (2017) Understanding Language: Understanding MOOC learners. In Innovative Language Teaching and Learning at University (InnoConf17), 16 June, at the Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology (CREET), the Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom. Available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/ 411751.
  • A. Wilde (2014) Adapting to class sizes: what feedback fits best? At Improving Student Satisfaction with Assessment and Feedback conference. February, Southampton, United Kingdom. Available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/362623.
  • A. Wilde, A. Paverd, O. Gasser and M. McGregor (2013) EINS PRIME: Perception and Realisation of Information privacy using Measurements and Ethnography. Workshop Towards Meaningful: Perspectives on Online Consent @DE2013, 5 November, Salford, Manchester UK. Available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/359623.

 

Not Peer-Reviewed Presentations to Academic Networks

  • A. Wilde (2021) Learners' behaviours as manifested in peer-supported digital environments.  Part of the L&T Week on 'Learning Ecologies'.  Organised by the University of Winchester.  8th June. 

  • A. Wilde (2021)  Learner Engagement in the FutureLearn MOOC Understanding Language. FutureLearn Academic Network (FLAN), organised by the Open University. 21st May (online).
  • A. Wilde (2020) Interactions within a peer-supported digital environment for HCI learning at scale. Part of the HCI Summer Festival panel discussion on HCI education in times of social distancing. Organized by: Open Lab (Newcastle University), NORTHLab (Northumbria University) and HCID (City University of London). 23rd June. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=8s00G7WvmuI.

  • A. Wilde (2020) HCI teaching and assessment in higher education can borrow an idea or two from MOOC learning. Part of the ERC Amplify panel discussion on How to make remote HCI teaching useful, engaging and exciting? (online talkshow). Organized by: Albrecht Schmidt (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München) and Florial Alt (Universität der Bundeswehr München). 14th April. Available at: https://amp.ubicomp.net/hciedu.

  • A. Wilde (2019) Rising to Challenges in Assessment and Feedback in HCI Education: A-Peer- Supported Approach. Seminar for the Web and Internet Science research group, University of Southampton, 17 October. Available at: http://edshare.soton.ac.uk/20154.

  • O. Rastić-Dulborough, P. Pons, A. Wilde and D. Filipczuk (2018) Building Computing Systems and Services for the Society: HCI and the Wider Societal Challenges. Panel discussion moderated by Tiziana Catarci (University of Rome La Sapienza). Part of ACM womENcourage 2018. 4th October, Belgrade, Serbia. Abstract available at: https://womencourage.acm.org/2018/ index.php/panels/.

  • L. Treviño, J. Spurrell, A. M. Cetto and A. Wilde (2018) Promoting my research: science dissemination, social development or economic benefit?. Panel discussion moderated by Ángeles Camacho Rosales. Part of the XVI Symposium of Mexican Students and Studies in the United Kingdom. 13th July, University of Southampton, UK.

  • A. Wilde (2018) Impact from an ECW perspective, at the Early Career Women Network (ECWN), with opening words by Principal and Vice-Chancellor Professor Sally Mapstone, 27 September, University of St Andrews, UK.

  • A. Wilde (2018) Clustering of learners’ behaviour in the Understanding Language MOOC. FutureLearn Academic Network (FLAN), 7 September, Glasgow, United Kingdom.

  • A. Wilde (2018) Rising to challenges in assessment, feedback and encouraging gender diversity in computing. 23 January. Seminar at the School of Computer Science, University of St Andrews, UK.

  • A. Wilde (2017) Sentiment Analysis of comments in MOOCs. FutureLearn Academic Network (FLAN), 7 November, British Council, London, United Kingdom. Available at: https://ugc-partners.futurelearn.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Adriana-Wilde.pdf

  • M. León-Urrutia and A. Wilde (2017) Development of a MOOC dashboard. In the 11th JISC UK Learning Analytics Network meeting, 5 September, Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

  • A. Wilde (2017) Impact from an academic perspective. Invited talk at the Grand Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) Global Engagement Meeting by the RCUK, 4 October, Bogotá, Colombia.

  • A. Sunar, G. Dogan, A. Wilde, and I. Duru (2017) Leveraging learning analytics to identify and overcome barriers to MOOCs in a foreign language. Workshop at EMOOCs 2017, 22 26 May, Madrid, Spain.

  • A. Wilde (2017) No place like 127.0.0.1 ...or how did I end up here? Invited talk at the celebration of International Women’s Day by the Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering. 8 March, University of Southampton, UK.

  • M. Ballesteros-Mesa and A. Wilde (2016). Recommendations arising from performing data analytics on FutureLearn courses. In FutureLearn Academic Network (FLAN) Meeting, Leicester, United Kingdom, 24 October. University of Leicester. Available at: https://research-repository.st-andrews.ac.uk/handle/10023/12199.

  • A. Wilde (2016) What would you tell your future self?: postcards from a workshop. In: Measuring the Impact of Workshops: A Workshop by the Software Sustainability Institute, 20 September, Oxford e-Research Centre, Oxford, United Kingdom. Avaliable at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/438823/

  • M. León-Urrutia, A. Wilde, S. White, G. Earl and L. Harris (2016) Cross-institutional MOOC Data Analysis and Visualisation: A call for collaboration FutureLearn Academic Network (FLAN), 19 April, Glasgow, United Kingdom. Available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/396987.

  • J. Lock, M. Head and A. Wilde (2016) Evolution, Vaccination and an Electronic Journey. A Speakezee event within the Science and Technology Day at the University of Southampton, UK, 12 March.

  • A. Wilde, E. Zaluska and D. Millard (2015) What is success anyway? Defining success in FutureLearn MOOCs, FutureLearn Academic Network (FLAN), 2 December, Southampton, United Kingdom. Available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/438808.

  • A. Wilde (2015) What are the measurable factors for learning success that are common to face-to-face instruction and MOOCs? (Lightning talk). In the Learning Analytics LACE SoLAR Flare networking event under the auspices of the Society for Learning Analytics Research (SoLAR). 9 October, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom. Available at: https://www.slideshare.net/laceproject/learning-analytics-lace-solar-flare-2015.

  • A. Wilde (2014) Comportamiento en Educación Superior: Usando computación ubicua en la Universidad de Southampton. Invited talk at the Faculty of Physical Sciences and Mathematical of the University of Chile, Santiago, Chile, 11 March.

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