The LACE Evidence Hub can help you make evidence–based decisions about learning and teaching, whether you are a teacher, a manager, a researcher or a policymaker.
The Evidence Hub is organised around four key propositions. These are that learning analytics:
- Improve learning outcomes.
- Improve learning support and teaching, including retention, completion and progression.
- Are taken up and used widely, including deployment at scale.
- Are used in an ethical way.
Use our search and filter options to find and visualise evidence for and against these claims, and to locate projects that are exploring these issues.
Recent evidence and content
- Privacy and Analytics – it’s a DELICATE Issue. A Checklist for Trusted Learning Analytics. Doug Clow evidence
- Semantic Visual Analytics for Today’s Programming Courses Doug Clow evidence
- Longitudinal Engagement, Performance, and Social Connectivity: a MOOC Case Study Using Exponential Random Graph Models Doug Clow evidence
- The Assessment of Learning Infrastructure (ALI): The Theory, Practice, and Scalability of Automated Assessment Doug Clow evidence
- Topic Modeling for Evaluating Students’ Reflective Writing: a Case Study of Pre-service Teachers’ Journals Doug Clow evidence
- Towards Analytics for Educational Interactive e-Books. The case of the Reflective Designer Analytics Platform (RDAP) Doug Clow evidence