Category Archives: Learning Analytics

Coursera again – customization and computation

Hearing Daphne Koller speak about Coursera this evening at the University of Pennsylvania really brought into high relief for me the ideas of Clay Christensen about using technology to do two seemingly contrary things: 1) customize learning for individual learners … Continue reading

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Marist College and Learning Analytics

So, this is my Austin-at-night photo!  I see this from my hotel room (Ancil got a view of the parking lot).  I’m including the photo because it’s actually quite late at night but I have to finish my notes from … Continue reading

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What Are We Measuring?

Learning Analytics is one of the main themes of this conference.  This session was a panel discussion about learning analytics from different perspectives. The panel: Randall Bass, Georgetown University (Exec Dir, New Designs in Learning & Scholarship) W. Gardner Campbell, … Continue reading

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