Wednesday, January 28 | 4:45PM–5:30PM | Mission Hills
More meaningful information about learning outcomes in the hands of educators, regulatory bodies, university leadership, employers, and, in particular, students can provide us with the necessary understanding of what's working and what isn't. But it can also spur innovation by providing the impetus for making changes to online higher education and the data we need to validate new approaches. This talk will outline several ways that universities and colleges are using learning analytics to design, build, and validate innovation within their institutions.
OUTCOMES: Distinguish between learning and engagement analytics * Observe the current trajectory of learning analytics * Evaluate the relevance of learning analytics to your institution
Founder, Digital / Edu / Strategy
Program Lead, Digital Accessibility and Equity, University of California, Santa Cruz