Maka Eradze


has received her PhD degree specialised in Technology-Enhanced Learning (Tallinn University, Estonia). As a part of her PhD interdisciplinary research she has developed The Framework for Contextualised Multimodal Observations and designed a classroom observation application Observata that supports the collection of design-aware data for evidence based classroom practices. Currently, she is a research fellow at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in the field of technology-enhanced learning. In past she has worked in the University of Naples Federico II as a researcher. Her research interests include learning analytics, learning design, classroom observations, MOOCs and their on-campus use, evidence-based educational practices, educational transformation, and educational research methodologies and methods. She is an author of numerous scientific articles, reviewer for number of international peer-reviewed journals and a program board member of international conferences in the field of TEL. She has been involved in numerous European projects in technology enhanced learning, learning analytics, and MOOCs.



Last update: May 2020


Articles published on IXD&A:


• Contextualising Learning Analytics with Classroom Observations: A Case study, N. 44, pp. 53 - 70, abstractdownload


• Semantically Annotated Lesson observation Data in Learning Analytics Datasets: a Reference Model, N.33, 2017, pp. 75-91, abstractdownload