November 27, 2012
After some initial feedback on the CETIS Analytics Series, we've had a wee re-think of our publication schedule and today we launch the "Legal, Risk and Ethcial Aspects of Analytics in Education" written by David Kay (Sero Consulting), Naomi Korn and Professor Charles Oppenheim.
As all researchers are only too well aware, any [...]
November 23, 2012
It's all been about learning analytics for me this week. Following the SoLAR UK meeting on Monday, I'm delighted to announced that next paper in the CETIS Analytics Series, "Analytics for Teaching and Learning" launches today.
Building on from "Analytics for the Whole Institution, balancing strategy and tactics", this paper (written by Mark [...]
November 22, 2012
For the past four years I've been part of the support team for the JISC Curriculum Design Programme, and it has been a fascinating journey for everyone involved and has provided the basis for many a blog post here. The final synthesis report for the programme is now available from the Design Studio.
Making sense of [...]
November 20, 2012
So we lit the UK SoLAR Flare in Milton Keynes yesterday, and I think it is going to burn brightly for some time. This post is just a quick round up of some links to discussions/blogs/tweets and pics produced over the day.
Overviews of the presentations and discussions were captured by some live blogging from [...]
November 19, 2012
Following on from last week's introductory and overview briefing paper, Analytics, what is changing and why does it matter?, this week we start to publish the rest of our series, beginning with "Analytics for the Whole Institution; Balancing Strategy and Tactics" (by David Kay and Mark van Harmelen)
Institutional data collection and analysis is not new [...]
November 14, 2012
A couple of tricky questions in that title, but hopefully some answers are are provided in a series of papers we are launching today.
The CETIS Analytics Series consists of 11 papers, written by a range of our staff (and some commissioned pieces) looking at a range of topics relevant to Analytics in education. [...]
November 9, 2012
The JISC Innovating e-Learning online conference is just a couple of weeks away, and this year I'm particularly glad that this is an online conference and I can catch up with sessions via the recordings and join the discussion via the online forums. Typically, the Open Architectures - solving more interesting problems session I [...]