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Presentation about the LACE project (Learning Analytics Community Exchange) at LASI2014, the Learning Analytics Summer Institute held at Harvard, on 30 June 2014.

Presentation about the LACE project (Learning Analytics Community Exchange) at LASI2014, the Learning Analytics Summer Institute held at Harvard, on 30 June 2014.

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  • Community – shared activity towards shared goals <br /> Going to mostly talk about the activity in this project <br /> Shared goals – improving learning, based on data <br />
  • It’s learning analytics if you care about closing that loop.s <br /> Educational researchers don’t care about getting back to learners. <br /> Educational interventions don’t care about data from the learners
  • Schools, workplace, HE – and cross-domain. Interoperability. <br /> Framework of quality indicators.
  • How do you build a community? <br /> Write lots of words. We’re academics so that’s how we do anything.
  • Community is about people. <br /> We might like to think we are creatures of pure thought, but we are also social primates. <br /> Meetings!
  • Helping towards sense-making <br /> Building on Simon BS’s work on evidence hubs, and OER Research Hub.
  • Also, help more people know what we know, <br /> And develop what we know about who knows who <br /> Is that right? How should we do that? In general as a community, and directly as LACE?

LACE: Learning Analytics Community Exchange (for LASI 2014) LACE: Learning Analytics Community Exchange (for LASI 2014) Presentation Transcript

  • Learning Analytics Community Exchange laceproject.eu Doug Clow, The Open University LASI 2014, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 30 June 2014
  • How do you develop a learning analytics community? 2
  • 3 Clow, LAK12 View slide
  • LACE partners • Open Universiteit Nederland, NL • CETIS, Bolton, UK • The Open University, UK • Infinity Technology Solutions, IT • Skolverket, SE • Kennisnet, NL • Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus, NO • ATiT, BE • EDEN, UK … and associates! 4 Map CC (BY-SA) Ssolbergj and Dbachmann http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Europe_orthographic_Caucasus_Urals_boundary.svg View slide
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  • Publications • Journal articles • White papers • Learning Analytics Review • Technical focus blog • LACE blog • Twitter 6 Photo CC (BY-SA) Used Books 01 by linmtheu https://www.flickr.com/photos/linmtheu/7274001570
  • Events • Hosting events • Workshops at other events • Webinars 7 Photo CC (BY) Double-Barrelled Solar Event by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center https://www.flickr.com/photos/gsfc/6755276747/
  • Evidence Hub • Curation of evidence about learning analytics • Key questions about learning analytics • Map showing {this document, article} is evidence for/against {this key question} 8 Photo CC (BY) geodesic hub assembly by Jared Tarbell https://www.flickr.com/photos/generated/4679372120
  • How do you develop a learning analytics community? Develop what we know about what we know Help more people to know more people more 9
  • This introduction to LACE by Doug Clow of The Open University, UK was presented at LASI14, Harvard University, on 30 June 2014. @dougclow dougclow.org doug.clow@open.ac.uk This work was undertaken as part of the LACE Project, supported by the European Commission Seventh Framework Programme, grant 619424. These slides are provided under the Creative Commons Attribution Licence: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/. Some images used may have different licence terms. www.laceproject.eu @laceproject 10