Dilrukshi Gamage
TitleCited byYear
Quality of MOOCs: A review of literature on effectiveness and quality aspects
D Gamage, S Fernando, I Perera
IEEE 8th International Conference on Ubi-Media Computing (UMEDIA), 2015, 224-229, 2015
412015
Boomerang: Rebounding the consequences of reputation feedback on crowdsourcing platforms
SNS Gaikwad, D Morina, A Ginzberg, C Mullings, S Goyal, D Gamage, ...
Proceedings of the 29th Annual Symposium on User Interface Software and …, 2016
332016
Daemo: A self-governed crowdsourcing marketplace
S Gaikwad, D Morina, R Nistala, M Agarwal, A Cossette, R Bhanu, ...
Adjunct proceedings of the 28th annual ACM symposium on user interface …, 2015
322015
Crowd guilds: Worker-led reputation and feedback on crowdsourcing platforms
ME Whiting, D Gamage, SNS Gaikwad, A Gilbee, S Goyal, A Ballav, ...
Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative …, 2017
262017
A Framework to analyze effectiveness of eLearning in MOOC: Learners perspective
D Gamage, I Perera, S Fernando
2015 8th International Conference on Ubi-Media Computing (UMEDIA), 236-241, 2015
222015
Factors leading to an effective MOOC from participiants perspective
D Gamage, S Fernando, I Perera
2015 8th International Conference on Ubi-Media Computing (UMEDIA), 230-235, 2015
212015
Improving assessment on MOOCs through peer identification and aligned incentives
D Gamage, ME Whiting, T Rajapakshe, H Thilakarathne, I Perera, ...
Proceedings of the Fourth (2017) ACM Conference on Learning@ Scale, 315-318, 2017
122017
The daemo crowdsourcing marketplace
SNS Gaikwad, ME Whiting, D Gamage, CA Mullings, D Majeti, S Goyal, ...
Companion of the 2017 ACM conference on computer supported cooperative work …, 2017
112017
Factors affecting to effective eLearning: Learners Perspective
PI Gamage D, Fernando S
Scientific Research Journal (Scirj) 2 (V), 42-48, 2014
92014
EVALUATING EFFECTIVENESS OF MOOCS USING EMPIRICAL TOOLS: LEARNERS PERSPECTIVE
D Gamage, I Perera, S Fernando
INTED2016 Proceedings, 8310-8319, 2016
72016
Engaging interactivity in eLearning: Review of practices and challenges in Sri Lanka
D Gamage, F Shantha
National Information Technology Conference, 40-49, 2012
72012
Effective eLearning through MOOC: Lessons learnt in selecting a MOOC
D GAMAGE, S FERNANDO, I PERERA
22nd International Conference on Computers in Education, ICCE 2014, 388-390, 2014
62014
To MOOC or Not to MOOC, That Is the Problem: A Learner's Perspective
D Gamage, S Fernando, I Perera
Revolutionizing Modern Education through Meaningful E-Learning …, 2016
52016
Effectiveness of eleaming: Grounded theory approach
D Gamage, S Femando, I Perera
2015 Moratuwa Engineering Research Conference (MERCon), 336-341, 2015
42015
Prototype tasks: Improving crowdsourcing results through rapid, iterative task design
S Gaikwad, N Chhibber, V Sehgal, A Ballav, C Mullings, A Nasser, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1707.05645, 2017
32017
Designing a constitution for a self-governing crowdsourcing marketplace
ME Whiting, D Gamage, S Goyal, A GILBEE, D MAJETI, ...
Collective Intelligence Conference, Brooklyn, NY, USA, 15-16, 2017
22017
MOOCS TO PROVIDE 21ST CENTURY SKILLS: LEARNERS PERSPECTIVE
D Gamage, I Perera, S Fernando
10th International Technology, Education and Development Conference(IATED …, 2016
22016
An Interactivity framework to measure level of interactivity in eLearning
D Gamage, S Fernando
9th Annual Institute of Engineering Technology Conference (IET) , Sri Lanka, 2012
2*2012
Improving Feedback and Discussion in MOOC Peer Assessement Using Introduced Peers
D Gamage, ME Whiting, I Perera, S Fernando
2018 IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning for …, 2018
12018
What do star rates for MOOCs tell you? An analysis of pedagogy and review rates to identify effective pedagogical model
D GAMAGE, I PERERA, S FERNANDO
International Conference in Computer Education (ICCE2016) IIT, Mumbai, Inidia, 2016
12016
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