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NEW WIFI PROJECT

Students of data science are doing a new project on learning to understand the offline proces. Their poster, here: POSTER Fontys

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SLEEP AND STUDY SUCCES

SLEEP & STUDY SUCCES Jennifer Zhu Lezu researched the relation between study succes and sleep behavior. Using sleeptrackers and questionnaires she tried to find out if there is a relation. Her results were: There seems to be a relation between the quality of sleep and study succes; Giving students insight in their sleeping behavior does…
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NICE TALK BY IRIS TABAK

Dr. Iris Tabak talks about the possibilities and pitfalls of translating the quantified student movement tot quantified learning.  

ASSIGNMENT STUDENTS

These students data driven business, start their project with these questions:

NEW STUDENTS DATA DRIVEN BUSINESS

Last week, a highly motivated group of data driven students, started their challenge. Hans Slaghuis, of IT BI, asked them to create a dashboard for studysucces. We will keep you posted here.

NEW STUDENTS SMART MOBILE

Last week 3 groups of third year smart mobile students started a new project. They were challenged by Rens van der Vorst to create a RunKeeper App for studying, building on previous results. We will keep you posted here.

MOVEMENT AND STUDY SUCCES

A student from Applied Psychology (Shawni) starts a year long research into the correlation or causality between movement, exercise and study succes. We are exploring  the possibilities to connect her to students cyber security and to provide her target group with trackers. This way we bolster the research and we will find out new things…
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The Quantified Student Conference 2018: photo-impression

The 11th of january, the third annual Quantified Student conference was set to begin. People were flooding in the building R5 at FontysICT in Eindhoven. All were wondering what to expect of this conference. Could it give us new insights as to how to measure everything in students’ daily lives? Can we measure everything just…
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