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Wednesday, February 21 • 9:00am - 10:45am
PRE-CONFERENCE: Learning Analytics Workshop

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Recording:
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This workshop will take in a variety of perspectives on Learning Analytics and how they work within and outside of Moodle. We will review several different learning analytics tools available within Moodle, including the new Moodle Learning Analytics feature (formerly Project Inspire). We will look at the use and value of learning analytics from the points of view of students, teachers, administrators, and researchers. A hands-on demo with access to a site with sample data will be provided. We will conclude with a discussion of privacy and ethics concerns around learning analytics. ** BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE **


Moderators
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David Leblanc

Academic Advisor, Burnaby School District
I am a teacher in Burnaby, British Columbia, where I am a non-enrolling teacher for one of our district's alternate programs. I also work indepently as an e-consultant in instructional design and collaborative learning solutions. I have been using MOODLE since 2003 and administer... Read More →

Speakers
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Elizabeth Dalton

Research Analyst, Moodle HQ
I have been a Moodle system administrator since 2012, as well as an Instructional Designer (supporting faculty preparing to teach online using Moodle) and an instructor in undergraduate statistics in both fully online and flipped classroom formats using Moodle. Prior to working with Moodle, I taught and administered WebCT and Blackboard sites.I am also a researcher in learning theory and curriculum theory, most recently specializing in learning analytics. I am a doctoral candidate at the University of New Hampshire. My dissertation explores using the Community of Inquiry model to predict learner success in online university courses.In 2016 I was invited to join Moodle HQ as a Research Analyst. This is my dream job.  I am now able to work full-time in helping to improve open source teaching and learning tools using everything I have learned about pedagogy, cognitive science, and user interfaces.For more about me... Read More →


Wednesday February 21, 2018 9:00am - 10:45am
005 Accolade East Lower Floor

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