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LACE Project overviewHendrik Drachsler| Open UniversiteitPolicy Briefing Event | 15 April 2015#laceproject, @hdrachsler, drachsler.de
Vision2Building bridges between research, policy and practice to realise the potential of learning analytics in EU.LACE Policy Briefing Event 15 April 2015National differencesSectorial differencesCultural differences
Who we are now (47+ Ass. Partners)3
Add numbers for key indicators to slides 3These slides use the Creative Commons Attribution Licence: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.4Data standards InteroperabilityPrivacy & EthicsAnalytic skillsEvidence baseMore to come Working on shared issues between sectors
CC-BY: Brad Downey, Hamburg - unurth | street arthttp://www.unurth.com/Brad-Downey-Hamburg LACE Policy Briefing Event 15 April 2015Creative commons ref4These slides use the Creative Commons Attribution Licence: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.Sector Activities: K12, HE & Workplace5Knowledge transfer workshop (19 - 700 direct contacts) LinkedIn members (213)LACE Review Articles (2)Blog posts total (56)Key EventsLAK14 (Indianapolis, USA)WMF, (Milan Italy 2014)Eminent (Zurich, Nov. 2014)BETT (London, January 2014)LACE Annual Review Luxembourg 4 February 2015
Cross Sector Services6
QI Framework for LA
Semantic StudiesLACE Policy Briefing Event 15 April 20156These slides use the Creative Commons Attribution Licence: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.7K12WorkplaceHESTOTA: K12, HE & WorkplaceAwareness raisingLess solutions & little useVendor interestsHigh demand on privacyNo systematic use of dataWidespread interest (Management, Researchers, Teachers) Some substantive take-upMore reporting data than taking action on dataProbably most advanced sectorBridging ind. communitiesKPIsContinuous improvement & need for LA Process standardisationLACE Policy Briefing Event 15 April 2015Policies require evidences 8
Evidence Hub PropositionsLearning analytics improve learning outcomesLearning analytics improve learning support and teaching, including retention, completion and progressionLearning analytics are taken up and used widely, including deployment at scale. Learning analytics are used in an ethical way 9
LACE Policy Briefing Event 15 April 2015Evidence Hub Map of Evidence10
LACE Policy Briefing Event 15 April 2015Evidence Hub Evidence Flow map11
LACE Policy Briefing Event 15 April 2015Evidence Hub OverviewMore than 100 potential sources identified and scrutinisedOnly 27 were evidence in the strong senseLACE has identified a surprisingly weak evidence base for the field.12LACE Annual Review Luxembourg 4 February 2015
Photo (CC)-BY Jonathan Combe https://www.flickr.com/photos/jono566/8489053557/Why Policies? 13Modernization of EU Universities reportRecommendation 14Member States should ensure that legal frameworks allow higher education institutions to collect and analyse learning data. The full and informed consent of students must be a requirement and the data should only be used for educational purposes.http://ec.europa.eu/education/library/reports/modernisation-universities_en.pdf
Recommendation 15Online platforms should inform users about their privacy and data protection policy in a clear and understandable way. Individuals should always have the choice to anonymise their data.
These slides use the Creative Commons Attribution Licence: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.Big Data = Repurposing data15
Jawbone data repurposed to measure earthquake strengthPolicy for repurposing and linking of educational data sources?Fitbit earth quake15These slides use the Creative Commons Attribution Licence: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.16
10 Realities of Big Data AnalysisPolicy for transparent usage of educational data?
17Many more points we can touchData OwnershipEthics & PrivacyData Security Anonymisation & Data degradation LACE Project overview by Hendrik Drachsler, OUNL was presented at the LACE Policy Briefing Event in Brussels on 15 April 2015.
This work was undertaken as part of the LACE Project, supported by the European Commission Seventh Framework Programme, grant 619424.
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19These slides use the Creative Commons Attribution Licence: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.