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Knowledge Graph in Neo4J for Helping Student Success: a Case Study

Thursday, May 23, 2024 (1:00 PM - 2:00 PM) (EDT)


In this presentation, the presenter will talk about her PhD research in which she engaged with PhD students of an interdisciplinary program through interviews and a series of participatory design workshops to design a model and collect crowdsourced data alongside publicly available data to populate said knowledge graph that was hosted in Neo4J graph database. The presentation will show queries via Neo4J Bloom software that were used to evaluate the usability of the graph with the end population, and we can do the hands-on demo of the Arrows tool that can be used for drafting the knowledge graph model. 1. The participants will learn a possible way to organize knowledge through a knowledge graph that is needed for the students in information science (and interdisciplinary) educational programs. 2. The participants will be introduced to the user-centred research methods, theories, tools, and procedures that took place to create a proof-of-the-concept program that serves students in an interdisciplinary/information science program. 3. The participants will learn about potential uses of open-source Neo4J Graph Database Management System, and other related products (Bloom for Visualization, Arrows for graph drafts).
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Thursday, May 23, 2024 (1:00 PM - 2:00 PM) (EDT)
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