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Perpetually Improving Educational Technology: MOOClets for Collaborative, Dynamic, Personalized Experimentation

Joseph Jay Williams presents the keynote address Perpetually Improving Educational Technology: MOOClets for Collaborative, Dynamic, Personalized Experimentation at the 2018 Digital Learning Summit. Hosted by the University of South Australia's Teaching Innovation Unit.


Fostering collective creativity and 21c literacies through CSCL and formative LA environments: Pedagogical promises and dilemmas

Jennifer Pei Ling Tan presents Fostering collective creativity and 21c literacies through CSCL and formative LA environments: Pedagogical promises and dilemmas at the 2018 Digital Learning Summit. Hosted by the University of South Australia's Teaching Innovation Unit.


The Self-Regulated Learner

Stephen Doherty presents Language technology and language processing: Breaking barriers and making connections at the 2018 Digital Learning Summit. Hosted by the University of South Australia's Teaching Innovation Unit.


Learner agency, feedback… and learning analytics

Davis Carless presents Learner agency, feedback…and learning analytics at the 2018 Digital Learning Summit. Hosted by the University of South Australia's Teaching Innovation Unit.


Trusted Learning Analytics

Hendrick Drachsler presents Trusted Learning Analytics at the 2018 Digital Learning Summit. Hosted by the University of South Australia's Teaching Innovation Unit.


Language technology and language processing: Breaking barriers and making connections

Catherine Spann presents The Self-Regulated Learner at the 2018 Digital Learning Summit. Hosted by the University of South Australia's Teaching Innovation Unit.

Learning Analytics:
Over simplified and under used

This presentation reflects on the noted promise of fields such as learning analytics and big data in terms of their capacity to deliver new forms of educational practice. That is, the rise and enculturation of data-informed learning and teaching, the provision of early alert systems, flexible and personalised learning opportunities enacted through recommender systems and the development of individualised learner profiles. The complexities of educational systems will be explored to better understand why learning analytics remains largely in the developmental phases and how these challenges can be addressed at a systemic sector-wide level.

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