Just Enough Data: Using Learning Analytics as a Framework for Faculty Development

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Aug 5th at 3:45 PM until 4:30 PM




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Learning analytics refers to a fairly large set of data gathering, organizing, and accessing techniques for a range of administrative and pedagogical needs. The data used for this approach is equally wide and various. It will typically include information related to student retention, access to student services, student demographic information, and student performance in the classroom. The emergence of learning analytics, as both an object of analysis and practice, can be found in the growth of the demand for evidence-based solutions to teaching and learning issues as well as the increasing ubiquity of digital learning environments and data gathered from them. VIEW THIS SESSION [Mediasite player]