David Adamson, Akash Bharadwaj, Ashudeep Singh, Colin Ashe, David Yaron, Carolyn P. Rosé
In the work here presented, we apply textual and sequential methods to assess the outcomes of an unconstrained multiparty dialogue. In the context of chat transcripts from a collaborative learning scenario, we demonstrate that while low-level textual features can indeed predict student success, models derived from sequential discourse act labels are also predictive, both on their own and as a supplement to textual feature sets. Further, we find that evidence from the initial stages of a collaborative activity is just as effective as using the whole.
The final publication is available at Springer via https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-07221-0_26.