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Where is the evidence? A call to action for learning analytics

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Paper presented by Rebecca Ferguson and Doug Clow of The Open University at the Learning Analytics and Knowledge 2017 conference (LAK17) in Vancouver, Canada, 15 March 2016. This presentation builds on work carried out by the FP7-funded European project, the Learning Analytics Community Exchange (LACE)

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Where is the evidence? A call to action for learning analytics

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