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We’re pleased to announce this ALASI 2018 Workshop Innovating Learning Analytics for Sustainable Impact Simon Buckingham Shum, Cassandra Colvin, Shane Dawson, Danny Liu, Pablo Munguia, Yi-Shan Tsai THE CHALLENGE: INNOVATION + IMPACT This workshop will explore the strategies that institutions are adopting to balance two key drivers of learning analytics initiatives: Research & Innovation: the desire and […]
A reminder that you have until 31st Oct to submit to this exciting special section of JLA 🙂 GUEST EDITORS Simon Buckingham Shum, University of Technology Sydney (Australia) Rebecca Ferguson, The Open University (UK) Roberto Martinez-Maldonado, University of Technology Sydney (Australia) AIMS & SCOPE An important feature of the learning analytics community is our interest […]
Open University Technology Enhanced Learning Search Main menu Post navigation LTI series – Learning Analytics with Bart Rienties Posted on by Join Bart Rienties, Professor of Learning Analytics at the second LTI Series event Most institutions, including the OU, are exploring how data can better inform teaching and learning. What can we learn from data, and learning analytics in particular? Should we be afraid about being monitored? Or should we embrace this? Bart’s research focuses on how the OU can use the power of learning analytics to enhance teaching and learning, and what the potential limitations are for social interaction, cultural discourse, and practice.
Ming Liu and I just posted on our writing analytics blog some thoughts about a new initiative — the tricky challenge of building a corpus of reflective writing to advance the field. Please take a look and pitch in…
EDUCAUSE Review Search Advertisement A Rubric for Evaluating E-Learning Tools in Higher Education Authors: by and Published: Monday, September 10, 2018 The Rubric for E-Learning Tool Evaluation offers educators a framework, with criteria and levels of achievement, to assess the suitability of an e-learning tool for their learners' needs and for their own learning outcomes and classroom context. Credit: AnggunFaith / EDUCAUSE © 2018 As educational developers supporting the incorporation of technology into teaching, we are often asked by instructors for a tailored recommendation of an e-learning tool to use in a particular course.
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The concept of an Ethical Design Critique (EDC) was developed initially to address the pressing need for a UTS process to sign off an analytics dashboard as compliant with formal ethical and other risk factors. EDC was developed by the UTS Connected Intelligence Centre (CIC: a learning analytics innovation centre), to help ensure that discussions […]
EDUCAUSE Review Search Advertisement Vanguard Projects: Expanding Teaching and Learning Horizons Authors: by Published: Tuesday, July 24, 2018 Columns: Members of the higher education community provided a long list of projects that exemplify the six developments in educational technology from this year's Horizon Report. A few of the projects are highlighted to convey a sense of the range and direction of current innovations in teaching and learning in higher education. Credit: Monkey Business Images / Thinkstock © 2018 EDUCAUSE is actively working to complete the 2018 Horizon Report for Higher Education, fully in the tradition and style of past Horizon Reports.