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Workshop Accepted

It is great that our workshop has been accepted – here is a brief description and details of the themes

The migration of technology from the desktop to the wider learning environment provides the opportunity to collect data about learners’ interactions with a greater bandwidth of learning resources. 215 more words

Workshop Themes

Weekly Notes: February 10-13, 2015

This week I’ve been focusing on learning analytics:

  • Identified who has taken EDI Process Update training, identified who hasn’t
  • Ran reports on LEAN Contracting Process classroom attendees and who has completed the e-learning (blended learning)
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Weekly Notes

Notes from Creating a Framework for an Institutional Data-Driven Approach to Student Success #eli2015

Notes from “Creating a Framework for an Institutional Data-Driven Approach to Student Success” presented by Elizabeth Mulherrin, Assistant Assistant Vice Provost for Student Success and Jack Neill, Senior Director of Data Analysis, both from University of Maryland University College, at the 2015 ELI Annual Meeting. 178 more words


Making Investments in People Count: Measurement, Alignment, and Optimization

This article is based on an interview focused on a topic we still struggle with in learning and development – measuring the impact of L&D investments. 62 more words


Programmable schools? Governing education through code in the smart city

Ben Williamson

I recently presented some work in progress on the idea of ‘programmable schools’ on invitation from the Programmable City research team at the National University of Ireland Maynooth. 352 more words

LACE project at BETT

Last weekend, I was with the LACE project team at London’s Excel Centre for the BETT Show. For an enormous show with a substantial web presence, BETT is surprisingly cagey about defining itself or explaining what its name means. 159 more words