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Table of Contents
                            Title page
Acknowledgements
Abstract (English/Français)
Table of Contents
List of Figures
List of Tables
Introduction
	Web-based Learning Platforms
	Personal Learning with Social Media
		Personal Learning Environments
		PLEs and Social Media
		PLEs and Self-Regulated Learning
	Challenges and Contributions
		Reputation
		Privacy
		Identity
	Thesis Outline
Personal Learning with Social Media
	A Social Media Platform: Graasp
		Collaboration within Spaces
		Collective Knowledge Generation and Management
		Educational Apps
		Privacy Control Scheme
	Using Graasp for Teamwork
	Evaluation
		Settings of the User Study
		Evaluation Methodology
		Results
	Discussion
	Conclusion
Reputation
	Problem Definition and Context
	State of the Art
	Methodology
		Dataset
		Measuring Academic Influence
		Measuring Social Influence
	Experiment and Discussion
		Overall Characteristics of Academic Influence
		Comparison of Three Academic Influence Measures
		Top Influencers and Number of Coauthors
		Overall Characteristics of Social Influence
		Comparison of Academic Influence and Social Influence
	Prototype Implementation
	Conclusion and Future Work
Privacy
	State of the Art
	Methodology
	Prototype Implementation
	Evaluation and Results
		User Study I
		User Study II
	Guidelines and Recommendations
		Guidelines for Future Improvements
		Recommendations for Future Designs
	Conclusion
Identity
	State of the Art
	Inquiry Learning Spaces
	Requirements of the Student Identity
	Methodology
		Classroom-like Pseudonymity
		The Vault Mechanism
	Prototype Implementation
	Conclusion and Future Work
Conclusion
	Key Findings
		Reputation
		Privacy
		Identity
	Design Principles
	Future Research Directions
Bibliography
Glossary
Curriculum Vitae
                        
Document Text Contents
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POUR L'OBTENTION DU GRADE DE DOCTEUR ÈS SCIENCES

acceptée sur proposition du jury:

Prof. P. Dillenbourg, président du jury
Dr D. Gillet, directeur de thèse

Dr C. Glahn, rapporteur
Prof. Q. Liu, rapporteuse
Prof. P. Scott, rapporteur

Personal Learning with Social Media: Reputation, Privacy and
Identity Perspectives

THÈSE NO 6315 (2015)

ÉCOLE POLYTECHNIQUE FÉDÉRALE DE LAUSANNE

PRÉSENTÉE LE 13 MARS 2015

À LA FACULTÉ DES SCIENCES ET TECHNIQUES DE L'INGÉNIEUR
INSTITUT DE GÉNIE ÉLECTRIQUE ET ÉLECTRONIQUE

PROGRAMME DOCTORAL EN INFORMATIQUE ET COMMUNICATIONS

Suisse
2015

PAR

Na LI

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3.6. Conclusion and Future Work

effective help than new connections. Last but not the least, the usefulness of our

approach in terms of supporting learners for help seeking should be examined by

adopting it in the personal learning process of doctoral students.

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Na LI
Avenue de Morges 13
CH-1004 Lausanne
Switzerland


Tel: +41 78 773 54 99
Email: [email protected]
Website: people.epfl.ch/na.li

Education

09/2009 – 06/2014

09/2007 – 07/2009
09/2006 – 01/2007

09/2003 – 07/2007

Ph.D. in Computer Science – Personal Learning with Social Media: Reputation, Privacy and
Identity Perspectives, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL)
M.S. in Computer Applied Technology, Tongji University, China
Exchange Study in Information Technology, Copenhagen University College of
Engineering, Denmark
B.E. in Software Engineering, Tongji University, China

Academic Experience
09/2009 – 06/2014






03/2009 – 06/2009

09/2006 – 01/2007


REACT Group, EPFL: Research assistant
− Go-Lab EU Project: design and development of federated online laboratories for

large-scale science education at school
− Graasp Project: design and development of a social media platform for

collaborative learning
− ROLE EU Project: design and development of tools and services to support open

personal learning environments for self-regulated learning
REACT Group, EPFL: Master thesis

− Trust and reputation modeling in Web 2.0 collaborative learning social software
Test and Consultancy Laboratory, DELTA: Joint industry project

− Development of a software controlling the calibration process of industrial sensors

Working Experience

01/2007 – 07/2007

01/2006 – 04/2006

Business One Department, SAP Labs China: Web Development intern
Development of a Web-based project management system using .NET/C#
IT Operation Department, Bayer China Ltd.: Web Development intern
Development of a Web-based telephone billing system using Java EE

Skills
Web frameworks
Programming
Libraries
Database systems
User interface
Tools

Ruby on Rails, Java EE
Ruby, Javascript, CSS, HTML, Java
JQuery, Prototype, Bootstrap
MySQL, Oracle
Interface mockup and prototype design
GIT, SVN, Latex, Balsamiq, Justinmind

Languages

Chinese (Mandarin): Mother tongue English: Fluent French: Beginner (A2)

Honors

04/2012


Chinese National Prize for Excellent Doctoral Students, granted by China Scholarship
Council

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07/2007
2003 - 2005

Excellent Graduate Student, granted by Shanghai Education Committee
First-rate Scholarship, granted by Tongji University

Publications

Publication list N. Li, A. C. Holzer, S. Govaerts, and D. Gillet. Enforcing Privacy for Teenagers in Online
Inquiry Learning Spaces. In Understanding Teen UX : Building a Bridge to the Future
Workshop at CHI on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2014.

D. Gillet and N. Li. Chapter V: Case Study 2 – Designing PLE for Higher Education.
Responsive Open Learning Environments, Springer, 2014.

P. Zervas, A. Trichos, D. G. Sampson, and N. Li. A Responsive Design Approach for
Supporting Mobile Access to Virtual and Remote Laboratories. In Proceedings of the
International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies, 2014.

N. Li and D. Gillet. Identifying Influential Scholars in Academic Social Media Platforms. In
Proceedings of the International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and
Mining, pp. 608-614, 2013.

N. Li, L. Zhou, and D. Gillet. Magnifico: A Platform for Expert Mining Using Metadata. In
6th Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval, 2012.

E. Bogdanov, F. Limpens, N. Li, S. El Helou, C. Salzmann, and D. Gillet. A Social Media
Platform in Higher Education. In Proceedings of Global Engineering Education Conference,
pp. 1-8, 2012.

N. Li, S. El Helou, and D. Gillet. Using Social Media for Collaborative Learning in Higher
Education : A Case Study. In Proceedings of International Conference on Advances in
Computer-Human Interactions, pp. 285-290, 2012.

N. Li, M. Najafian-Razavi, and D. Gillet. Trust-aware Privacy Control for Social Media. In
Proceedings of CHI’11 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pp.
1597-1602, 2011.

N. Li, M. Najafian-Razavi, and D. Gillet. Exploring Trust in Personal Learning
Environments. In Proceedings of International Conference on Advances in Computer-Human
Interactions, pp. 274-279, 2011.

N. Li, C. Ullrich, S. El Helou, and D. Gillet. Using Social Software for Teamwork and
Collaborative Project Management in Higher Education. In Proceedings of 9th International
Conference on Web-based Learning, pp. 161-170, 2010.

N. Li, S. El Helou, and D. Gillet. Trust-based Rating Predication for Recommendation in
Web 2.0 Collaborative Learning Social Software. In Proceedings of International Conference
on Information Technology Based Higher Education and Training, pp. 208-212, 2010.

S. El Helou, N. Li, and D. Gillet. The 3A Interaction Model : Towards Bridging the Gap
between Formal and Informal Learning. In Proceedings of 3rd International Conference on
Advances in Computer-Human Interactions, pp. 179-184, 2010.

N. Li, Q. Liu, L. Wang, and X. Liu. A Novel Approach for Automation of Precision
Calibration Process. In Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Information and
Automation for Sustainability, pp. 319-323, 2008.

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