LRM Taxonomy at Work for Learner Success

Tuesday, February 05 | 2:30PM–3:15PM | Governor's Square 16
Session Type: Professional Development

The Gates Foundation in their Next Generation Models for student learning and success focuses on learner relationship management. The Colorado Community College System, the University of Hawaii, and the University of Phoenix will share their projects implementing analytics to drive student success. These three institutions, basing their work on lessons learned from their Predictive Analytics Reporting framework proof-of-concept project, are moving forward to test course redesign and course level interventions with at-risk students and providing academic advisors advanced notification about students who might stop attending class. Come share your projects and ideas so we can all learn from each other.

Learning Objectives:
* Understand LRM
* Explore how analytics supports LRM
* Discover the interplay of data, technology, and individuals in the support of student success
* Understand the unique support issues for online students
* Engage with presenters and fellow attendees to better understand how LRM can be applied to individual situations


  • Hae Okimoto

    Director, Academic Technologies, University of Hawaii at Manoa
  • Mike Sharkey


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