Das Projekt „Kontextbasierte und adaptive Maßnahmen für effektive Lernunterstützung in der Online-Weiterbildung“ – kurz KAMAELEON – des Mannheimer Wirtschaftspädagogikprofessors Dirk Ifenthaler zählt zu den Gewinnerprojekten des Innovationswettbewerbs INVITE.
This session was led by Juan Pablo Sarmiento and introduces learning analytics researchers and practitioners to a collection of tools that can be used to scaffold the effective and authentic participation of stakeholders in the design, implementation and evaluation of Learning Analytics systems.
There is a recognised lack of international literature on advising and tutoring in Higher Education (HE). In an international context, advising and tutoring is of great importance and, in that regard, global research can help to build a credible evidence base for our practice and to acknowledge the centrality of high quality advising and tutoring to teaching, learning and student success.
Charles Baird, data architect at the Data Standards Authority, and Phil Richards, chief innovation officer for data analytics at Jisc, discuss how data standards are developing across government, and their impact on higher education.
In Episode 15, Brett McLennan discusses the notion of learning analytics in the complex landscape of learning. He shares that learning analytics will never give you an answer, but rather it will provide you with prompts to look at what is hapening and why. Listen to this discussion on the role learning analytics can play in your context today.
Having dropped out of university because of loneliness and depression, Hayley Mulenda – a former speaker at Jisc’s annual Digifest event - says effective use of data analytics and greater diversity of academic staff are crucial in supporting students.