Verónica Rivera-Pelayo
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Applying quantified self approaches to support reflective learning
V Rivera-Pelayo, V Zacharias, L Müller, S Braun
Proceedings of the 2nd international conference on learning analytics and …, 2012
842012
Learner control in Personal Learning Environments: A cross-cultural study
I Buchem, G Tur, T Hoelterhof, E Rahimi, J van den Berg, W Veen, ...
Learning and Diversity in the Cities of the Future 13, 2014
352014
Mood tracking in virtual meetings
A Fessl, V Rivera-Pelayo, V Pammer, S Braun
European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, 377-382, 2012
312012
Live interest meter: learning from quantified feedback in mass lectures
V Rivera-Pelayo, J Munk, V Zacharias, S Braun
Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Learning Analytics and …, 2013
292013
Context becomes content: Sensor data for computer-supported reflective learning
L Müller, M Divitini, S Mora, V Rivera-Pelayo, W Stork
IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies 8 (1), 111-123, 2014
202014
Interaction and Reflection with Quantified Self and Gamification: an Experimental Study
BS MORSCHHEUSER, V RIVERA-PELAYO, A MAZARAKIS, ...
Special Issue of Journal of Literacy and Technology (JLT) dedicated to …, 2013
202013
A framework for applying quantified self approaches to support reflective learning
V Rivera-Pelayo, V Zacharias, L Müller, S Braun
Mobile Learning 2012, 123, 2012
202012
Supporting mood awareness in collaborative settings
S Mora, V Rivera-Pelayo, L Müller
7th International Conference on Collaborative Computing: Networking …, 2011
182011
Introducing mood self-tracking at work: Empirical insights from call centers
V Rivera-Pelayo, A Fessl, L Müller, V Pammer
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI) 24 (1), 1-28, 2017
172017
From stress awareness to coping strategies of medical staff: Supporting reflection on physiological data
L Müller, V Rivera-Pelayo, C Kunzmann, A Schmidt
International Workshop on Human Behavior Understanding, 93-103, 2011
152011
Motivation and user acceptance of using physiological data to support individual reflection
A Fessl, V Rivera-Pelayo, L Müller, V Pammer, S Lindstaedt
2nd International Workshop on Motivation and Affective Aspects in Technology …, 2011
152011
Design and application of quantified self approaches for reflective learning in the workplace
V Rivera Pelayo
KIT Scientific Publishing, 2015
142015
Persuasion and reflective learning: closing the feedback loop
L Müller, V Rivera-Pelayo, S Heuer
International Conference on Persuasive Technology, 133-144, 2012
142012
In-app reflection guidance: lessons learned across four field trials at the workplace
A Fessl, G Wesiak, V Rivera-Pelayo, S Feyertag, V Pammer
IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies 10 (4), 488-501, 2017
102017
In-app reflection guidance for workplace learning
A Fessl, G Wesiak, V Rivera-Pelayo, S Feyertag, V Pammer
Design for Teaching and Learning in a Networked World, 85-99, 2015
102015
Building expert recommenders from email-based personal social networks
V Rivera-Pelayo, S Braun, UV Riss, HF Witschel, B Hu
The influence of technology on social network analysis and mining, 129-156, 2013
82013
LIM app: Reflecting on audience feedback for improving presentation skills
V Rivera-Pelayo, E Lacić, V Zacharias, R Studer
European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, 514-519, 2013
52013
Motivational and Affective Aspects in Technology Enhanced Learning: Topics, Results and Research Route
T Holocher-Ertl, C Kunzmann, L Müller, V Rivera-Pelayo, AP Schmidt
European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, 460-465, 2013
32013
GAMIFYING QUANTIFIED SELF APPROACHES FOR LEARNING: AN EXPERIMENT WITH THE LIVE INTEREST METER
BS Morschheuser, V Rivera-Pelayo, A Mazarakis, V Zacharias
Proceedings of the PLE Conference 2013, 2014
22014
Motivational and Affective Aspects in Technology Enhanced Learning (MATEL)
T Holocher-Ertl, C Kunzmann, L Müller, V Rivera-Pelayo, AP Schmidt, ...
Workshop-Proceedings of MATEL Workshop 2014, 2013
12013
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