Learning Analytics Conference

Conference/Symposium | October 6 | 8 a.m.-5 p.m. | Sutardja Dai Hall, #310/Auditorium

 Tim McKay, University of Michigan

 Division of Undergraduate Education

About the Learning Analytics Conference 2017
The Learning Analytics Conference 2017 is a one-day event to introduce learning analytics to the UC Berkeley academic community. The day will showcase research and examples that explore the potential for analysis and use of data generated within the learning environment, (e.g. bCourses, Berkeley’s LMS) to complement, enhance, or re-shape student assessment, feedback, reflection, and advising practices. Presentations and panels will also cover the complex set of issues that inevitably arise with innovative uses of learning data, including privacy, ownership, and stewardship. The control and use of learning data in the relationship between institutions and commercial software vendors will also be treated. Join cross-disciplinary experts from UC Berkeley and beyond as they share perspectives on this new domain.

This event is recommended for those new and experienced in learning analytics, including:
Instructors and faculty
Teaching and learning technology and IT experts
Pedagogy and instructional design experts
Administrators and decision makers