While the L&D community is increasingly familiar with the Experience API (xAPI) and its value for data collection and interoperability, few examples exist to clarify the value of xAPI as applied within different existing learning infrastructures.
With the Experience API we are able to collect more granular, high-resolution data from our learning tools and platforms. But once we have that data, how do we present it in ways that easily communicate the right insights to our stakeholders?
This study aims to contribute to recent developments in empirical studies on students’ learning strategies, whereby the use of trace data is combined with self-report data to distinguish profiles of learning strategy use
Public lecture, 22 November, 2017 - International Seminar "Evidence-based research: methodological approaches and practical outcomes“ hosted by the UNESCO Chair in Education and Technology for Social Change at the Open University of Catalonia, Spain
. The emergence of learning analytics afforded for the analysis of digital traces of user interaction with technology. This analysis offers many opportunities to advance understanding and enhance learning and the environments in which learning occurs.