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From Bricks to Clicks - The Potential of Data and Analytics in Higher Education

The Higher Education Commission released their fourth inquiry report today. This report, From Bricks To Clicks, looks at the state of data collection and learning analytics across the HE sector in England. 353 more words

Learning Technology

The Promise & Challenges of Learning Analytics

The field of learning analytics is growing as fast as the availability of on-line courses. This article by the CHE discusses a case study of how learning analytics can help enhance student learning and its limitations.

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Learning Analytics: CHEM 233 Flipped Classroom Evaluation

  • Introduction

Over the past two years, the teaching team in Chemistry 233 has implemented course videos to replace face-to-face lectures. In class, instructors facilitate learning using worksheets. 585 more words

Data Science

Reflections on early data project explorations

We’re in the early stages of our work with library data and I thought I’d write up some reflections on the early stages.  So far we’ve mostly confined ourselves to trying to understand the library data we have and suitable methods to access it and manipulate it.  807 more words

Libraries

Learning Analytics in Indian Schools - Part 1

With the proliferation of computers and handhelds in our education institutions, it was only a matter of time, one started asked questions about their efficacy as a teaching and learning enabler. 717 more words

EDUC 8342 Module 1 Assignment 1: Identifying an Emerged Technology

Learning Analytics: A Current Trend in Educational Technology by Linette Rasheed

The notion that technology is constantly changing is a well-known fact. For teaching and learning this concept is shaping the landscape in classrooms across the globe. 922 more words

Education and the big data imaginary

Ben Williamson

Big data and ‘smarter’ software systems are beginning to impact on education, particularly within the schools sector. In a paper prepared for the… 661 more words