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April 11, 2012 / gbrand

Different Perspectives on Learning Analytics

It’s the first day of the ELI 2012 Online Spring Focus Session. The Full Program Agenda promises several different perspectives:

  • Sensemaking – social cognitive processes (George Siemens, Associate Director, Technology Enhanced Knowledge Research Institute)
  • Course Design and Student Support Services (Byron R. Roush, Manager of Instructional Services, The Ohio State University)
  • Student Retention and Success (Russell Little, Manager, Web Systems, Sinclair Community College)
  • Effective Teaching Practices (John Fritz, AVP, Instructional Technology & New Media, University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
  • Strategic Decision-Making (Thomas Cavanagh, Charles D. Dziuban, University of Central Florida)
  • Ethics and Privacy Issues (John P. Campbell, AVP Information Technology Academic Technologies, Purdue University)

As you can see, there’s also a diverse and respected group of presenters … and this is just Day 1! Don’t forget to “drill-down” for the resources for each session. For example, here are the slides for “Sensemaking: Beyond Analytics.”

Distance Learning and Instructional Technologies (DLIT) will be hosting this conference in 316 Main as part of “Learning Analytics @ GRCC.” Remember to use “grccanalytics” as your tag. Our Delicious “stack” of resources is at http://bit.ly/learninganalytics. Finally, some of you may have seen our blogging team featured by Blackboard yesterday. The same team is back to support these sessions – use @grccdlit if you have any questions or comments!

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