Reports

2020 C3L Annual report

We have the pleasure to announce that the 2020 Report by the Centre for Change and Complexity in Learning has been published.

Download: C3L 2020 Annual Report

 

Presentations

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

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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

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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

 
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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

 
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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

 
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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

 
 
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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

 
 
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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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An Interview with Dr Chris Brooks on Learning Analytics

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Dr Christopher Brooks is an applied Computer Scientist who builds and studies the effects of educational technologies in higher education and informal learning environments. Dr. Brooks has a particular domain focus on data science education and methodological interests in predictive modeling, learning analytics, and collaborative learning.

An interview with Professor Phil Winne on Learning Analytics 

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Dr. Phil Winne is a distinguished SFU Professor of Education and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, the American Educational Research Association, the American Psychological Association, the Association for Psychological Science, and the Canadian Psychological Association. Formerly a 2-term Tier I Canada Research Chair, he researches self-regulated learning, metacognition and learning analytics; and develops software technologies to support learners and gather big data for learning science. 

An interview with Mr John Foley on Learning Analytics 

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Mr John Foley is Principal of St Michael's College. Located in Henley Beach, South Australia, St Michael’s College is a Reception to Year 12 Catholic school educating approximately 1,800 students in the Lasallian tradition.

An interview with Mr Wayne Jaeschke

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Mr Wayne Jaeschke is Director of Research and Learning Services at Trinity College. Trinity College, previously known as Trinity College Gawler, is an Anglican, K-12, co-educational, day school in the northern suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia

An Interview with Dr Sasha Poquet on Learning Analytics

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Dr Sasha Poquet is a researcher at the Centre for Change and Complexity in Learning, at the University of South Australia. She is interested in how human, technological, and artificially intelligent agents can change peer learning behaviour and knowledge processes in digital settings. Her research is situated at the intersection of learning analytics and computational social science.