Launching the Man.Tr.A. Survey: Manufacturing Industry Training Analytics
LACE is launching an online survey dedicated to the analysis of training technologies in the Manufacturing, Retail, Supply Chain and other workplace settings to understand the maturity level of Industrial Training and the need therein to embrace new learning analytics advancements to improve overall efficacy of industrial training.
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In this video Roy Pea, Professor of Education and Learning Sciences at Stanford University, shares why data and learning analytics are needed to build a contemporary school education at scale. He does not only look into the promises of learning analytics but also the research challenges ahead. He also briefly...Read More »
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The xAPI specification has foreseen that, at some point in time, Communities of practice will “need to establish and define new Verbs and Activities to meet the need of their constituency”. Now the time has come for defining such a community. This August the first meeting was organised,...Read More »
The LACE project supported a Learning Analytics Summer Institute event in the UK – LASI@MK.
The event highlighted the need for engagement and dialogue between communities in order to develop insight and institutional change. It is increasingly clear that introducing learning analytics involves...Read More »