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Learning Strategy: It's Complicated. Or Not So Much.

By guest experts, Ajay Pangarkar, CTDP, CPA, CMA, and Teresa Kirkwood, CTDP

Recently, we were talking about training and development practices with an industry colleague. 932 more words

Enterprise Learning

Do You Want to Learn About Learning Analytics? #dalmooc

Last week, I attended the UTA LINK Lab talk presented by Dragan Gasevic (@dgasevic) on learning analytics and research. This discussion shared all the digital traces and learning that can be collected and measured in our various learning environments, and questions how we are best doing some of these analytics within our institutions. 520 more words

Highered

Reports on Learning Analytics, Flow and Serious Games Mechanics

With the EU-Funded Games and Learning Alliance (GALA) network coming to an end in 2014, we are in a reflective mode. We have carried out field research, development, validations and various case studies within these past four years. 124 more words

Serious Games

The Part and the Whole

I like words a lot but I also love words that introduce me to whole new ways of thinking. I remember first learning the word synecdoche (most usually pronounced si-NEK-de-kee), where you used the word for part of something to refer to that something as a whole (or the other way around). 870 more words

Education

Learning analytics data sharing workshop

On 16-17 September, I was in Graz with the Learning Analytics Community Exchange (LACE) . Before our consortium meeting, we held the 1st Learning Analytics Data Sharing Workshop… 74 more words

Events

LACE Project Infographic (and Keeping Up-to-date With New Posts)

LACE Project Infographic

The EU-funded LACE  (Learning Analytics Community Exchange) project is “bringing together key European players in the field of learning analytics (LA) and educational data mining (EDM) in order to support the development of communities of practice and share emerging best practice… 511 more words

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FOTE 2014 reflections

Themes

For me two big themes came to mind after this year’s Future of Technology in Education Conference (FOTE). Firstly, around creativity, innovation and co-creation; and secondly about how fundamental data and analytics is becoming. 347 more words

Reflections