Learning Analytics Proposed Principles

Learning Analytics Proposed Principles



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Learning Analytics Proposed Principles

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An ethical approach to data use is critical for maintaining the confidence and trust of students and staff. This guide outlines a set of principles, developed in collaboration with the Irish sector, that may help to shape your own principles of data use.

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