Date: 10th August 2015
Fabrizio Cardinali, Patrice Chazerand, Susan Flocken, Jasmine Glaser, Gabor Kismihok, Janssen Mateum, Marco Paini, Maren Scheffel, Marieke van der Schaaf, Melissa Vanarwegen
Cardinali, F., Chazerand, P., Flocken, S. Glaser, J., Kismihok, G,. Mateum, J., Paini, M., Scheffel, M., van der Schaaf, M., Vanarwegen, M., The LACE LAW Manifesto, Learning Analytics Review no. 4, July 2015, ISSN: 2057-7494. http://www.laceproject.eu/learning-analytics-review/law-manifesto/
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This manifesto for Learning Analytics in the Workplace builds on the results reported in Review 3: Policy recommendations for learning analytics from three stakeholder workshops. The manifesto sets out that the EU should identify and cooperate with all the relevant stakeholders, such as industry leaders, employers, workers, universities, teachers, social partners, trade and teacher unions, with the aim to identify the 21 st century skills, to improve the training of existing workforce maintaining the equilibrium between the needing of industries and society.
Moreover, the EU and national educational authorities, together with companies and social partners, could improve the research and development of IT tools that are able to help leverage a mix of formal and informal learning situations during workforce daily operations. In the final part of the Manifesto, two case studies on the use of
Learning Analytics at the workplace are presented, related to the EU project Watch Me and to SkillawareTM, an IT platform for electronic performance support.