Type: Evidence | Proposition: A: Learning | Polarity: Positive | Sector: Universities | Country: United KingdomEvidence of the month: April 2016 This report documents the emerging uses of learning analytics in the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom. Through a series of 11 case studies, it presents an overview of the evidence currently available ...continue reading
Type: Evidence | Proposition: D: Ethics | Polarity: Positive | Sector: Schools | Country: SpainEvidence of the month: February 2015 The field of learning analytics is working to define frameworks that can structure the legal and ethical issues that scholars and practitioners have to take into account when planning and applying analytics to their learning ...continue reading
Brockenhurst College has implemented learning analytics with its 8,000 students, aiming to improve student recruitment and retention by 15% in the next five years.
This conference paper sets out some of the steps that will be required to implement a learning analytics strategy across Uruguay.
These short videos provide evidence of analytics being rolled out at scale, and of engagement with these analytics on a national level.
This literature review is intended to provide a comprehensive background for understanding current knowledge related to learning analytics and educational data mining and its impact on adaptive learning.
Type: Evidence | Proposition: B: Teaching | Polarity: Neutral/mixed | Sector: Schools | Country: AustriaAbstract: Understanding the behavior of learners within learning applications and analyzing the factors that may influence the learning process play a key role in designing and optimizing learning applications. In this work we focus on a specific application named “1x1 trainer” ...continue reading
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Some of the evidence in the Hub is coded to show how it was gathered. Explore by type: ev-rct: includes at least one randomised controlled trial. ev-control: includes a control group, but is not randomised. Includes cohort studies (prospective and retrospective), case control studies, 'natural' experiments and correlational studies. ev-evaluation: primarily quantitative evaluation and/or feedback ...continue reading