Using learning analytics in teaching

Theory, research and practice workshops

An overview of the use of learning analytics in higher education, to assist teaching staff to understand and improve student engagement and learning outcomes.

About this session

Learning analytics can give teaching staff detailed insight into how learners are engaging with the subject content and learning activities presented to them.

Participants in this workshop will be given a detailed understanding of how they can use learning analytics to improve their teaching and in turn, provide a more engaging learning experience for their students.

Relying on evidence based research, participants attending this workshop will be provided with an overview of the latest research in learning analytics, particularly as it relates to the field of higher education. Further, participants will be given an opportunity to review and evaluate data and to come up with suggestions for improvements using example cases that will be provided throughout the workshop.

Presenters

Bronwyn Disseldorp, Learning Environments
Paula Galvao De Barba, MCSHE

Location

Elisabeth Murdoch building, Parkville

2017 sessions

Tuesday 20 June, 2-4pm
Tuesday 10 October, 2-4pm*

*Registrations for 10 October are currently closed. Please check back closer to the session date, or express your interest in attending to be notified when registrations open.

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