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LASI14 – Keynote – Phil Winne

Learning Analytics Summer Institute 2014 (June 30) Keynote: Phil Winne – Learning Analytics for Learning Science When n=me


LASI14 – Panel – Learning Analytics Professionals

Learning Analytics Summer Institute 2014 (June 30) Panel: Learning Analytics Professionals


LASI14 – Panel – Learning Analytics and Learning Science

Learning Analytics Summer Institute 2014 (June 30) Panel: Learning Analytics and Learning Science


LASI14 – Local Update

Learning Analytics Summer Institute 2014 (June 30) Local Update – Cairo, UW-Madison, Hong Kong, Madrid


LASI14 – Keynote – Tiffany Barnes

Learning Analytics Summer Institute 2014 (July 2) Keynote – Tiffany Barnes – Making a difference for most of the students, most of the time


LASI14 – Panel – Privacy and Learning Analytics

Learning Analytics Summer Institute 2014 (July 2) Panel: Privacy and Learning Analytics


LASI14 – Panel – Universal Design for Learning

Learning Analytics Summer Institute 2014 (July 2) Panel: Universal Design for Learning


LASI14 – Panel – Learning Analytics Strategy and Policy

Learning Analytics Summer Institute 2014 (July 2) Panel: Learning Analytics Strategy & Policy


Learning Analytics: Welcome to the Future of Assessment?

Buckingham Shum, S. (2014). Learning Analytics: Welcome to the Future of Assessment? Keynote address, EdMedia 2014: World Conference on Educational Media & Technology, 25 June 2014 (Tampere, Finland). Movie replay + slides. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqDEJtlzMiw&w=560&h=315] http://simon.buckinghamshum.net/2014/06/edmedia2014-keynote Abstract: Education is about to experience a data tsunami from online trace data (VLEs; MOOCs; Quantified Self) integrated with conventional… Continue Reading →


Learning Analytics: What Could You Do With Five More Orders Magnitude of Data About Student Learning?

Our education system is not preparing students for college. There is an urgent need to improve academic outcomes and equip students with critical 21st century skills. Evidence from top-performing schools shows that use of data, analysis, and feedback are our best tools for improvement. The increasing use of online software and digital devices in classrooms… Continue Reading →