The successful application of Learning Analytics (LA) can improve student learning outcomes, student support and teaching. The key-challenges for LA adoption, such as Ethics, Leadership, Analytics culture, Analytics capabilities, Stakeholder involvement, and Technology have been investigated. However, large-scale adoption remains lacking as does research into it.
Research and insights from 4TU.CEE and Groningen University will be presented in a workshop:
4TU.CEE LA workshop in Eindhoven
The half-day workshop on Wednesday 7 February is organized in cooperation with the 4TU and Groningen universities. It has the aim to provide support to researchers and practitioners for realizing large scale adoption of practicable LA within higher education and the essential research thereon. Research and insights from the varied contexts will be presented in this workshop. The idea is that this exchange will provide insights to learn from the differences and overcome shared challenges for successful adoption of LA at scale. Visit the website to register and participate in this workshop.
This workshop is part of a larger series of workshops where 4TU.CEE contributes with international partners: (1) Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, (2) The Open University, The United Kingdom, (3) DIPF - Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education, Germany, (4) Open Universiteit, The Netherlands, (5) Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, (6) University of Groningen, The Netherlands, and (7) Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.
This 4TU.CEE LA workshop in Eindhoven will be followed by a workshop during the LAK24 in Kyoto, Japan in March 2024. Research and insights from the varied European contexts will be presented in this LAK24 workshop in Kyoto for comparison with researchers from other non-European and other European contexts.
LAK24 workshop in Kyoto, Japan
LAK24 will take place 18 to 22 March 2024 at Kyoto University.