One of the most powerful tools that technology provides on the path to student success is data and analytics. Data allows institutions to better understand students, rethink systems, and create early-alert mechanisms to help students complete their degree. But finding the best way to use data and analytics can be tricky.
In Latin America (LATAM), socioeconomic inequality and lack of resources shape the context of educational institutions in particular ways. Programme quality and dropout rates preoccupy educationalists and governments.
The book aims to advance global knowledge and practice in applying data science to transform higher education learning and teaching to improve personalization, access and effectiveness of education for all.
In this webinar, Prof Bart Rienties will reflect on the process of implementing learning analytics solutions within the UK higher education setting, its implications, and the key lessons learned in the process.
Jisc has been supporting seven research projects in learning analytics at UK universities over the past year. These have been in the areas of curriculum analytics, mental health and wellbeing and the evaluation of institutional learning analytics projects.Join us to hear the projects present their interesting findings.
This post is a piece of procrastination. And I'm partly writing it because Matthew Syed brilliantly describes a form of procrastination in his excellent book Black Box Thinking, but truthfully I'm just procrastinating because I'm putting off a task that I'm finding difficult. :) The book deserves a better review than this, because I think it's…
Last month, students and faculty took part in a key phase of eCampusOntario’s ongoing learning analytics initiative: a sprint designed to gather student insight and understand student learning experiences.