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A Way to Fix Your Survey Analyses

Surveying is a powerful tool for uncovering perception data. Whether it’s surveying your teachers for morale or efficacy perceptions, your community for satisfaction perceptions, or your students for their perceptions on their own learning, almost every school employs some form of perception survey. 289 more words


Hey L&D! Your Underpants are on Fire!

This is the second of a 2-post series on the challenges L&D faces and solutions to overcome them.  In the first post, I addressed the challenges.   1,555 more words

L&D In The Modern Workplace

On planners and planning

I had the honour last week of being invited to present a workshop at the annual conference of the Higher Education Strategic Planners Association (HESPA) at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. 643 more words


The problem is not ignorance, it's preconceived ideas

Data is never neutral.  This is my social science background talking. It’s made me suspicious! Or should that be critical?  Not everyone agrees but I’ve always distrusted the ability of stats to tell the full story. 679 more words


Nailing our colours to the mast

There are times when we each have to let others know what we feel. The past few months have brought me to a point where I can no longer dismiss the direction of travel of national discourse as something which I cannot influence and I believe many others feel the same way. 594 more words


An xAPI Resource Center for L&D Professionals

Over the past several months I’ve been learning about the xAPI standard for learning experience data interoperability that is gaining traction and is poised to replace SCORM.   567 more words


VizIT Workflow

Owing a lot of thanks to MOOC, I took on the challenge as a full-time MOOC Data Engineer/Analyst at the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology at UBC. 150 more words

Data Science