LACE Learn Live events at Bett on 20 and 21 January 2016

LACE partners are organising their annual meeting in London during the annual Bett show centred on two seminars takinLarge crowd at LAVE seminar at Bett 2015g place as part of the Learn Live Seminar Series on Wednesday 20 and Thursday 21 January 2016.

Visions of the Future of Learning Analytics aimed at the Higher Education sector will be led by LACE partner Dr Doug Clow from The Open University will give Bett attendees a chance to engage with some visions of the future developed by the LACE team and to provide feedback on whether they think they’re fea
sible, you can read more here.

Scaling up learning analytics aimed at the Higher Education sector will be led by LACE partner Dr Doug Clow from The Open University and will address the difficult question of moving beyond small-scale pilots to seriously use data to improve student learning. This interactive workshop will provide tools and frameworks to help participants analyse what else is needed, building on experiences of successful large-scale learning analytics activities. More here.

Implementing learning analytics in your school is aimed at the schools sector and will be led by LACE partners Wietse van Bruggen, Kennisnet Foundation, The Netherlands and Peter Karlberg and Jan Hylén, Skolverket, Sweden and will focus on how learning analytics is being implemented at local, municipal and national level. The discussion will highlight best practice and explore what has and more importantly what has not worked. Read more here.

LACE partners will host a reception on Wednesday evening from 17:30 to 18:30 in the nearby Sundown Bar for invited guests including associate partners, so if you would like to join us, please contact Sally Reynolds directly at for your invitation. During this event, the LACE team will be announcing their plans for activities in the coming year.

Registration for BETT is free, sign up for the World’s Leading Learning Technology event taking place from 20-23 January in ExCeL London, Bett organisers expect to attract over 35,000 visitors this year, here.