Events

The SHEILA project team will be holding a workshop at the 7th International Learning Analytics & Knowledge Conference

LA Policy: Developing an Institutional Policy for Learning Analytics using the RAPID Outcome Mapping Approach at the 7th International Leaning Analytics & Knowledge Conference (Time: TBC) This half-day workshop aims to promote strategic planning for learning analytics in higher education through developing institutional policies. The first part of the workshop ...

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Joint SHEILA/eMadrid seminar on learning analytics

The members of SHEILA partnered with eMadrid in the organization of a seminar dedicated to learning analytics. The seminar was organized at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) in Madrid on October 21, 2016. The seminar featured talks from all academic partners of SHEILA including: Dragan Gasevic (The University of Edinburgh), Hendrik Drachsler(Open ...

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Learning Analytics Policy Workshop at Online Educa Berlin

The members of the SHEILA team will organize a workshop entitled “Key Steps to Creating and Implementing a Learning Analytics Policy” at Online Educa Berlin on November 30, 2016. The workshop discuss with participants the interim SHEILA results from: interviews from senior HEI leaders charged with the implementation of learning analytics to ...

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Learning Analytics Interactive Panel at The University of Edinburgh

The members of the SHEILA team organized an interactive panel discussion on learning analytics at the University of Edinburgh with the title “Exciting times require exciting actions: Opportunities for learning analytics in higher education“. The panel was moderated by Professor Dragan Gasevic (University of Edinburgh) and featured two world renowned pioneers ...

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Learning Analytics Briefing with QAA Scotland

The members of the SHEILA team organized a policy briefing for the senior leaders in Scottish higher education at the University of Edinburgh on May 2, 2016. The briefing was organized in collaboration with the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) in Scotland. The briefing specifically targeted the members of ...

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