Category Archives: analytics

Week 1: Data – Web 3.0

This is a brief note on what I watched today in our MOOC, eLearning 3.0. This week we are addressing two conceptual challenges: “first, the shift in our understanding of content from documents to data; and second, the shift in … Continue reading

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Biology eAcademy: Preliminary Meeting

Charles Darwin (1809-1882) (Wikipedia) This week, I am at the California State University’s Biology eAcademy. We are meeting for three days. The eAcademys are basically mini-conferences getting facuty together from across the system to look at proven course redesign practices … Continue reading

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Tapping the Power of Analytics

The Learning Analytics Cycle (Photo credit: dougclow)This is an article I wrote for the Tech Beat column for Times-Standard: Professor Dunn is a chemistry teacher with 120 students in three sections of her class. Her students are all reading the … Continue reading

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Openness and Learning Analytics

Image by nep via FlickrSpeakers: John Rinderle Norman BierRevise/Remix can build a 1000 points of OER light. Can these lights converge to fire authentic learning analytics & share-alike data models? Conventional wisdom in the OER community maintains that one of … Continue reading

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