Learning Analytics: Making Learning Better


Later today Doug Clow will give a talk on Learning Analytics: Making learning better at the BETT 2015 event. The talk will take place in the Learn Live: HE Learning Value and the Future Workforce FE

As described on the BETT web site:

Learning analytics has great potential. By using data more effectively, we can understand and improve learning and the learning environment. Trail-blazing projects, exciting demonstrations and earnest strategy papers set out a compelling vision for data in HE. That vision can sometimes seem far from institutional reality. How can we get some of those benefits for our learners? This interactive workshop will help participants assess their institution’s current capability for making use of learning analytics, and help them plan for action. The facilitators will draw on a wide range of practical experience, including from the pan-European Learning Analytics Community Exchange project.

Doug’s slides are available on Slideshare and embedded below.

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Brian Kelly is the Innovation Advocate at Cetis (Centre for Educational Technology, Interoperability and Standards). Brian has an interest in helping to embed innovative technologies and practices in higher education. Brian embraces open practices in his work, in particular through his UK Web Focus blog and his @briankelly Twitter account. Brian is managing the LACE WP2 on user engagement and outreach.

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