Category Archives: Micro-projects

Notes and presentations from 5th UK Learning Analytics Network event in London

A year after our first networking event we were back at the University of East London on 3rd Feb 2016. Interest in learning analytics has grown hugely over the past year, and we had nearly 100 people this time. We had an action-packed agenda with a lot of expertise provided by the various presenters. After a welcome … Read more

Guest post: Jisc / OU Student Workload Tool

This guest post from Jitse van Ameijde of the Open University describes a micro-project which Jisc recently funded to develop a student workload tool. Student workload is an ever present concern in all higher education institutions for those designing, developing or delivering curriculum. Student workload contributes to students’ decisions around withdrawing from study and is among … Read more

Guest Post: Can survey data be used as an indicator of learning outcomes?

In this guest post Karl Molden and Veronika Hulikova of the University of Greenwich report on one of Jisc’s micro-projects in learning analytics.  Karl will present the project’s findings at the next UK Learning Analytics Network meeting at the University of East London on 3rd Feb. Synopsis The aims of this project are to show that … Read more

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. … Read more