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LACE publishes a framework of quality indicators for learning analytics

Hard evidence for or against different types of learning analytics is more elusive than one would expect, as the LACE project has been finding out through its Evidence Hub. Part of the problem is the difficulty in comparing the results

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Visions of the Future coming up

In September 2015 the LACE project will begin a consultative study on Visions of the Future of learning analytics and educational data mining. This study will inform a report on the future of learning analytics and educational data mining which

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LACE @ the Social Business Forum 2015: Learning Analytics and Performance Support in the times of Digital Disruption

LACE project was present at the Social Business Forum, held in Marriott Hotel, in the centre of Milan the last 7th-8th July 2015, both as event sponsor and as organizer of one of the thematic lunch events dedicated to Next

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Evidence of the month: learning-analytics-based prediction models

Each month, we highlight one of the new additions to the LACE Evidence Hub, which brings together evidence about learning analytics. You are welcome to add to the Hub site, which you can visit via a tab at the top

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LASI2015: Summary report

This week, 15-19 June, has been LASI2015, the Learning Analytics Summer Institutes (LASI), organised by SoLAR, the Society for Learning Analytics Research. LACE supported this international activity with a series of video talks, which are still available online. We also hosted a live

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LACE supports LASI15

This week (15-20 June), LACE is supporting the SoLAR Learning Analytics Summer Institutes (LASI) around the world with a series of resources to support LASI Locals. We have videos you can use as part of your programme, as preparatory viewing, or

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LACE SoLAR Flare event in UK: 9 October 2015

After last year’s successful LACE SoLAR Flare, the LACE project is running another face to face learning analytics event at The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK, on Friday 9 October 2015. If you would like to attend, please register at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/lace-solar-flare-2015-research-into-practice-tickets-17367324134.

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Electronic Management of Assessment and Assessment Analytics

During June 2014, LACE collaborated with Jisc and the EUNIS E-Learning Task Force to run a workshop session on “Electronic Management of Assessment and Assessment Analytics” prior to the 2015 EUNIS Congress. Jisc is the charity with a mission to

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So what exactly are you willing to share – a thorny question put to workshop participants at EDEN 2015 in Barcelona

22 online learning enthusiasts from 11 countries took part in the LACE workshop on learning analytics which was part of the agenda of the annual EDEN conference being held in Barcelona this week. Led by LACE partners Tore Hoel, Dai

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Data Sharing Requirements and Roadmap – new report from LACE

Data sharing is a precondition for being able to scale up learning analytics in schools and universities. LACE project has now published a report on Requirements for Data Sharing, and the first take on a Roadmap of actions necessary to

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