Learning analytics holds increasing potential for student agency and autonomy, highlighting a need for ethical discourse at all levels of higher education institutions. Topics central to this dialogue include student awareness of analytics, the future of algorithms and learning analytics, and the redefinition of failure.
The EDUCAUSE Top-Ten IT Issues represent an average of many opinions, leaving the question, What might an individual institution do to address the issues on the list? Sharing ideas would aid development of best practices for small colleges based on information not just from small institutions but also from IT organizations that operate more like a small college than a large one.
To learn more about compelling video, a team at the Columbia University School of Continuing Education examined analytics from the hosting platform and recruited 10 students for in-depth interviews. They found that videos with high numbers of views usually connect directly to course assignments or assessments.
The convergence of two cycles of disruption—in technology and
in education—is likely to play out unevenly and unpredictably.
We are at the center of this convergence.
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- RT @mdpistilli: Interested in how #ethics and #learninganalytics intersect? See what @Willis3James & I wrote for @EDUCAUSEreview t.c…
- And speaking of @drtonybates here's a link to his article in the very 1st issue of EDUCAUSE REVIEW (Jan/Feb 2000): t.co/kv2IGtAblw