22/09/2017, 9.30 - 13.00
HASSELT UNIVERSITY-BELGIUM, FACULTY OF LAW
What is Learning Analytics about and how can education at your organisation benefit from it? Expert speakers in the field discuss important trends and realisations worldwide. Research findings and outputs of the EU-VITAL project implementing LA at Hasselt University, the University of Amsterdam and the University of Central Lancashire are presented.
9.40 Keynote speaker: N. Sclater, consultant Jisc, UK, author of “Learning Analytics
Affordances of LA for students and instructors – Presentation
10.20 The VITAL project: processes and results – A. Gelan, Hasselt University –
Statistical analysis and PM algorithms – N. Martin, Hasselt University
Conclusions for each course – University of Amsterdam, University of Central Lancashire, Hasselt University
10.50 VITAL Student and instructor dashboards – A. Gelan, Hasselt University
11.00 Parallel sessions
Pedagogical student models for feedback in workplace based learning. Lessons from the WATCHME project.
J. Donkers, FHML EDUC – Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Academic analytics or learning analytics: is that the question?
T. Broos, K. Verbert, T. De Laet – KULeuven
Learning Analytics and Language MOOCs: Are we teaching strangers?
E. Martín-Monje, M. Dolores Castrillo – Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Madrid, Spain, J. Mañana-Rodríguez – Spanish National Research Council, Madrid, Spain
Learning Analytics project at PXL University College
T. Baeyens – PXL University College
PAZAPA: identifying and supporting at-risk students
S. Verlinde, J. Heeren, N. Nouwen – KU Leuven, Leuven Language Institute
The LISSA case-study: learning analytics dashboard to support adviser-student dialogue
M. Millecamp, S. Charleer, K. Verbert, T. De Laet – KULeuven
12.10 Plenary session: Ben Betts, expert learning & performance technology, CEO HT2Labs, UK
xAPI, logs and three simple steps to predict the future… – Presentation
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The VITAL project has been funded with support from the European Commission (Project number: 2015-BE02-KA203-012317). The information in this research reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.