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Dear colleagues,  We are pleased to announce the launch of a MOOC based on the research outputs of the EU-funded project – SHEILA (Supporting Higher Education to Integrate Learning Analytics). If you’re looking to start or systematise the adoption of learning analytics in your institution, perhaps this MOOC is what you need to get ready for it. Moving towards Systematic Adoption of Learning Analytics in Higher Education is a three-week course planned for busy people who are looking to get a quick understanding of the state of the art of learning analytics in higher education and what to consider when developing an…

On 5th June 2018 the Conference on Supporting Higher Education to Integrate Learning Analytics (SHEILA) will be held in Brussels, Belgium. The conference is organised by the team of the EU-funded SHEILA project (http://sheilaproject.eu) that has developed a policy and strategy framework to support higher education institutions to integrate learning analytics. The conference is intended for a broad spectrum of stakeholders including but not limited to senior institutional managers, government representatives and officials, policy and decision makers, students, teachers, researchers, technology vendors, and non-for-profit organisations. The conference program will feature a keynote by Prof. Dr. Blazenka Divjak, Minister of Science…

Dear LACE followers, We would like to send a big welcome to our friends from the SHEILA project that decided to join our ‘SIG LACE’ under the umbrella of the Society of Learning Analytics Research (SoLAR). SHEILA (‘Supporting Higher Education to Introduce Learning Analytics’ http://sheilaproject.eu) is partly funded by the EU Erasmus+ programme and is coordinated by the University of Edinburgh in partnership with Brussels Education Services, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Tallinn University, Open University of the Netherlands, the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA) and the Erasmus Student Network (ESN). The project aim is to…