The University of Nottingham hosted the Designing Programmes for Learning conference in January (2022) and the recordings for the whole event are now available here.
As part of the conference Dr Carmen Tomas presented a Jisc-funded project: Decisions, theory and data: defining the role of analytics for assessment and feedback, alongside presentations from Karen Barton (University of Hertfordshire) and Jim Keane (Jisc).
As part of Jim’s presentation, he shared the insights currently available in our learning analytics service and those coming soon as part of curriculum insights (previously known as curriculum analytics).
Over the two days, 44 presenters and over 520 participants took part in the conference which included a lively discussion around the use of analytics in programme design.
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