Learning Analytics: Innovative Practices

Learning Analytics: Innovative Practices

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National Forum

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Teaching & Learning

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Learning Analyics

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CC BY

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Video

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data, Learning analytics

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Recording of the webinar ‘Learning Analytics: Innovative Practices’ from November 2019, including brief, thought-provoking presentations on maximising the power of data for students, staff who teach and institutions. Presentations from WIT, DCU and from the Erasmus+ OFLA (Onwards from Learning Analytics) project.

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This is a recording of the National Forum’s webinar ‘Learning Analytics: Innovative Practices’ from November 2019. Our second learning analytics seminar, this event provided presenters from Irish and European higher education to offer brief but highly informative and thought-provoking presentations on the innovative practices relating to data-enabled student success that they are currently engaged in. Presenters include Hazel Murphy from Waterford Institute of Technology who outlines the rich value of quiz data for enabling staff who teach to develop a data-enhanced practice, Pieterjan Bonne of Artevelde University College, who introduces some of the early key findings of the Erasmus+ OFLA (Onwards from Learning Analytics) project and Mark Glynn who gives an overview of how Dublin City University uses data gathered through Moodle to avoid assessment overload, identify students that may be at risk of underperforming and enhance the experience of all students.

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