3rd UK Learning Analytics Network event – Nottingham, 24th June 2015

Here’s the final agenda for the network event at Nottingham Trent University.  In the morning we’re looking at the learning analytics micro-project ideas and will decide on which ones to fund.

In the afternoon we hear from the expert behind Nottingham Trent’s pioneering roll-out of learning analytics across the institution – Student Engagement Manager, Ed Foster.

We then have a live link-up with one of the World’s leading experts in learning analytics, previously at California State University and now Blackboard’s Director for Platform Analytics and Research, Dr John Whitmer.

Location: The Belgrave Rooms, 25 Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 5LB
Map: http://www.belgraverooms.co.uk/page.cfm/contact-us
Time: 09:30 – 16:00, Wed 24th June 2015

Agenda

09:30 Arrivals and coffee
10:15 Introduction to the day
Niall Sclater, Jisc
10:30 Learning Analytics Innovation Micro Projects – see fuller descriptions

  1. The call of duty visualised – workload planning tool – Jitse van Ameijde, Lisette Toetenel, Vicky Marsh, Nai Li & David Cook, the Open University
  2. Learner-led curriculum development – Jon Cole, Morley College
  3. What is the role of emotions in learning analytics? – Bart Rienties, Denise Whitelock (Open University) & Steven Warburton (University of Surrey)
  4. Can survey data be used as an indicator of learning outcomes? – Karl Molden, University of Greenwich – presented by Christine Couper
  5. Transparent analytics to support co-creation – Steph Comley, Falmouth University – presented by Mark Williams
  6. Revolutionising teaching and learning – Amanda Parker, City of Liverpool College
  7. Automated system for cognitive presence coding – Vitomir Kovanović, Srećko Joksimović & Dragan Gašević, University of Edinburgh
12:30 Lunch and voting
13:30 Decision on 3 Micro Projects to be awarded funding
13:50 Lessons learned from implementing learning analytics
Ed Foster, Student Engagement Manager, Nottingham Trent University
14:15 Jisc learning analytics programme: progress update and how institutions can get involved
Paul Bailey, Michael Webb & Niall Sclater, Jisc
15:00 Using Learning Analytics to Assess Innovation & Improve Student Achievement
Dr John Whitmer, Director for Platform Analytics and Research, Blackboard
16:00 Close

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