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The paper analyzes students' experience within a large scale e-learning course in a higher education setting. During the course students worked on successive assignments individually or in groups of three students in an alternating fashion. Captured data include students' platform behavior (login, resource accesses, e.g., literature access, video access, active days, completed quizzes, resource coverage), students' final course grade as well as learning preferences, intrinsic motivation anddblp:conf/icls/KyewskiKCEEHHHR16 fatcat:fgvkmmlferekjgq3ysqnfjusny