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David Hidajatoellah
Works at Netclienten
Attended Open University
Lives in Amsterdam
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Tweaking 2D character movement in Unity. Explained well.
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International award for film about recovery.
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Interesting blog post on Detecting weak instruments in R
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Finding content or elearning can be very simple. This list of 55 curation tools and digital content is very helpful
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SoLaR is the society for learning analytics. This society concerns the research of informal, organizational learning in asynchronous and synchronous learning networks amongst others. On their website you can find the online open access articles about the aforementioned subjects. The journal is  called Journal of Learning Analytics. http://learning-analytics.info/
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Surfspace is a virtual space where much information about learning analytics can be found. https://www.surfspace.nl/sig/18-learning-analytics/85-resources/
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A journal about learning networks worth reading is the journalmof asynchronous learning networks. See: http://sloanconsortium.org/publications/jaln_main
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How to append R code using Sweave. Very useful!!
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Networked learning as takes place in a PLN has its roots  in the 1970's in computer science (AI, machine learning etcetera) and has developed over the years to the current state of affairs. Many interesting developments have contributed to the current developments in the field of networked learning. On the Wikipedia about networked learning much information can be found about the historic progression of networked learning and PLN's as well as many links to articles and websites which hold more information pertaining to networked learning.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Networked_learning
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One of the biggest a-ha's I had recently in an MSLOC course Creating and Sharing knowledge is that social learning isn't new, it just has some new platforms and visibility.  I didn't know, however, research the origin of the terms. Thanks for the post!
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In order to improve the design of a PLN you need to research it. To do so learning analytics and the techniques associated with this are very important. Learning analytics are embedded in AI , so educational datamining, machine learning, recommender systems, social network analysis and predictive modelling amongst others. On the url below you can find much information about learning analytics as well learning networks in general.
https://www.diigo.com/user/gsiemens/analytics
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Jeff, SNA provides a lot possibilities of filtering in or filtering out certain responses or participants.

The more advanced statistical analysis which are part of SNA like blockmodelling and categorical data-analysis as well techniques from predictive modelling can be helpful when you want the more handcrafted PLN.

SNA is a container term behind which lie a great many techniques. Just the simple models which can be used to select a specific part of the full dataset can be very helpful.
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Work
Occupation
I work as a statistician, educational technologist and computer scientist
Skills
computer science, quantitative research, research design, psychometrics, latent variable model, IRT, multilevel modelling, SEM, meta-analysis, longitudinal data-analysis, R, LISREL, AMOS, Supermix, HLM, SPSS, Stata, Mplus, programming in Java/C/Flash/Python/R/S, social network analysis, maths, English, methodology
Employment
  • Netclienten
    Researcher, 2012 - present
    Research and development. Development of learning network. Development of 2 educational training programme at university/tertiary professional level about (1) social entrepreneurship and (2) methodology and statistics. Educational technology research and development, research and development in regard to testing,& assessment (CAT, CBT etcetera) and measurement instruments, development of recommender system, research into AI, machine learning, datamining. Development of elearning courses about methodology and statistics about, social entrepreneurship and educational science/teaching as well as development of professional knowledge of experts by experience.
  • BIFIE
    Consultant/workshop, 2013 - present
    Workshop about DDI, XML, and digital libraries of statistical files. Consultancy about these subjects.
  • Wolters-Noordhoff
    EnglishTranslator, 2013 - present
    Translation of two books about methodology and statistics in English.
  • Anoiksis
    Researcher, 2010
    Research into matters related to psychiatry in regard to subjects like methodological and statistical issues pertaining to DSM and stigma.
  • Secondary education
    English/Dutch as a 2nd language teacher, 1994 - 1998
    Teaching English and Dutch as a second language to pupils at secondary education.
  • Secondary education
    Coordinator testing and assessment, 1998 - 2003
    Development and research in regard to testing, assessment. Development of training programme in regard to issues pertaining to assessment and testing. These training programmes were aimed at teachers. Responsible for educational policy pertaining to testing and assessment. Development of educational tests/assessments for Dutch as a second language and English.
  • Self-employed
    Translator/interpreter English, 1996 - 2003
    Translating and interpreting English. I specialized in biomedical, legal, technical and economic/financial documents and texts.
  • Anoiksis
    Educational researcher/designer, 2003 - 2012
    Educational design and research, test development, development of competences, educational technology research and development (like intelligent tutoring systems), research into AI, datamining, CAT, CBT, machine learning, itembanking and (mobile) game development/design.
  • IGPB
    Researcher, 2010 - 2011
    Research into competences of experts by experience.
  • Medialab
    Researcher/developer, 2003 - 2007
    Research into and development of (mobile) games & simulations for several target groups. Among others AKZO Nobel, Low literates, Humanitas, University of Amsterdam film and media studies.
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Amsterdam
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I like knowledge and facts. I enjoy doing research and gaining new insights into matters. I greatly enjoy analyzing large datasets and analyzing information from different perspectives. One of the things I particularly like is analyzing papers methodologicaly and statistically so as to check if it meets the required standards. I find being critical to be an important quality. If someone provides information this should never be taken at face value but should always be checked before drawing conclusions. A person should never rely on what the other claims without checking if the provided evidence indicates the same as claimed by that particular person. I enjoy reading about algebra, applied mathematics, psychometrics, theory behind statistics, probability theory, mathematical statistics, calculus, CAT, CBT, itembanking, automated scoring in combination with IRT, AI, machine learning, intelligent systems, setting performance standards, information retrieval, datamining, gamedesign, graph theory.
Introduction

I am interested in assessment, statistics, methodology, computer science, educational design, elearning, applied maths, law (especially educational law, intellectual property law, criminal law, comparing legal systems), English (especially philology, old germanics, old norse, old/middle English grammar & literature), governance, organization/management, logic, psychometrics, games/simulations, fuzzy sets, set theory, robotica, AI, machine learning and programming. I greatly enjoy reading up om mathematical statistics & probability theory & measurement theory ,combining testing/assessment, technology, maths and statistics as well as developing and researching measurement instruments.

Bragging rights
I like games and simulations, logical reasoning, teddy bears, theatre, bluegrass music, CSI and collecting bad methodological research studies
Education
  • Open University
    M.Sc. Educational science, 2008 - 2012
    Quality care, educational design, elearning, educational technology, assessment, networked learning and research, instructional psychology
  • Open University
    B.Sc. Computer science, 2008 - 2012
    Programming, databases, software engineering, artificial intelligence, theoretical computer science, maths, web design, business intelligence. Computer science with a special interest in games, methodology/statistics and theoretical computer science, maths, educational datamining, AI, machine learning, learning analytics, logic.
  • Hogeschool Holland/University Wolverhampton
    BA English literature & language and teacher's degree English, 1990 - 1994
    Teacher's degree English (Hogeschool Holland) and BA English literature and language (University Wolverhampton).
  • Hogeschool Holland
    bachelor Translator/interpreter English, 1994 - 1996
    Linguistic theory, translation and interpreting techniques, English. I also followed a Minor organization and management.
  • Vrijgevestigd instituut
    Legal translations English, 1997 - 1998
    This training programme focusses on translations of legal texts and interpreting for court.
  • Free Univeristy of Amsterdam
    M .A. English literature and language, 1996 - 1998
    English literature and language specializing in medieval literature and language. I am most interested in Middle and Old English grammar and philology. I followed extra courses on linguistics, psychology and maths. For psychology it mostly concerned methodology/statistics courses, experimental and organizational psychology. For maths it concerned courses on (linear) algebra, calculus, mathematical modelling, stochastics and other apllied maths topics.
  • University of Amsterdam
    Scandinavian language and literature, 1996 - 1998
    My chosen language was Norwegian. Passed all courses of 1st year of the programme. My specific interests are old norse, old Icelandic, old germanics and runology.
  • SIGV
    Court interpreter English, 1998 - 2001
    I was taught subject like translation and interpreting techniques, law, linguistic theory and philosophy.
  • Hogeschool van Amsterdam
    Child developmental studies, 2003 - 2005
    I was trained to be a pedagogue specializing in children aged 0 - 12. Subjects amongst others were video interaction guidance, developmental psychology, developmental psychopathology, management/organisation, youth/welfare policy, sociology, research methodology were taught.
  • University of Amsterdam
    B.Sc Educational science, 2005 - 2008
    The focus of the training programme is on educational management, educational policy, curriculum and instruction, evaluation, HRM/HRD, methodology/statistics. During this period I also followed courses about multivariate statistics, test theory (classic and modern), structural equation modelling, meta-analysis, IRT, multilevel analysis, higher education issues, assessment, educational laws, maths computer science, CSCL/CSCW. Minor Psychological methodology (University of Amsterdam). Minor Methods and statistics (University Utrecht). Minor Maths (University of Amsterdam)
  • Open University
    B.Sc. Organizational psychology, 2008 - 2010
    B.Sc in organizational psychology. I followed courses on psychology pertaining to labour/organisation, personnel and selection, decision-making processes, test theory, leadership, history of science/psychology. I followed extra statistics (IRT, SEM, multilevel analysis, questionnaire design, time series analysis) and management courses (operations management, marketing, micro and macro finance, supply chain management)
  • University of Amsterdam
    M.A. General linguistics, 2006 - 2008
    Subjects I followed were child language acquistion and development, phonetics, phonology, second language learning, psychology of language, morphology and syntaxis, semantics, sociolinguistics, speech development/pathology, theoretical linguistics, language and speech processing, linguistic research methods.
  • University of Amsterdam
    B.Sc Psychological methodology, 2010 - 2011
    This educational programme deals with issues pertaining to measurement and research methodology in social science. It focussed on statistics, methodology, philosophy of science, maths, programming and logic. The subjects I followed were the following: LISREL, Advanced LISREL, Calculus, Causality, Fundamentals of methodology, Maths and programming (R), Latent variable models, Controversies in methodology, Testconstruction, Mathematical statistics, Applied discrete multivariate statistics , Applied continuous multivariate statistics, Decision theory, Measurement invariance, Literature research on methodological issues.
  • University of Amsterdam
    Minor Econometrics, 2008 - 2010
    Subjects I followed were: econometrics, probability theory, advanced regression analysis, loglinear models, markov chains, programming, maths, mathematical statistics, time-series analysis, MCMC, multivariate analysis of nominal and ordinal data, logit and probit models, R.
  • Vrije Universiteit
    LL.M. ,Law, 1998 - 2001
    Law degree. I followed courses about all different disciplines within law like criminal, environmental law etcetera as well criminology, law psychology, philosophy of law, research methods.
  • Vrije Universiteit
    B.Sc Psychology, 1& 2nd yr, 1994 - 1996
    I passed all the courses from the 1st year and half of the courses from the second year. In the second I followed extra courses on methodology and statistics.
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