This event is the 20th Jisc learning analytics network meeting. These popular events comprise a range of presentations and discussion sessions and are an opportunity to network with colleagues involved in learning analytics projects at other institutions.
Wednesday 21 April
Welcome and updates
- Introduction by David Lewis, senior consultant - analytics, Jisc
- Updates on Jisc from Karen Foster, executive director, data analytics, Jisc
- Updates on learning analytics from Steve Hoole, head of analytics for teaching and learning, Jisc
- New product development and roadmap from Pete Obee, senior data product owner, analytics , Jisc
- Updates on developments in data engineering from Andy Priest, head of data engineering, Jisc
- Digital capabilities and digital insights from Sarah Knight, head of data and digital capability, Jisc
Learning analytics research and development at University of Oslo, Norway
In Norway, there is a focus on digitization of higher education. Learning analytics is a part of this focus and the University of Oslo (UiO) have established a network for learning analytics research and development named HuLAR. HuLAR's purpose is to establish a technical infrastructure and practices for learning analytics at UiO. In this presentation Jan Dolonen will present the HuLAR-network and their ongoing activities and considerations.
- Jan Arild Dolonen, PHD. senior engineer at Department of Education, University of Oslo, Norway
- Leader of HuLAR (Hub for Learning Analytics Research), University of Oslo, Norway
Transforming the student experience with learning analytics and the University of Greenwich
Member story: In 2016 the University of Greenwich became one of a group of universities to partner with Jisc to co-design and build an analytics solution tailored to the needs of HE institutions, and their core users.
Dr Christine Couper
Independent consultant, former director of strategic planning, University of Greenwich.
How can machine learning and AI in cloud improve research?
The impact of machine learning and artificial intelligence is being felt across numerous sectors and industries.
Cloud platforms provide off-the-shelf AI and ML solutions, available to all. How can researchers, analysts, educators and others solve problems using these readily available services?
Join Adrian Stevenson, technical innovation manager, Jisc and Paul Ross, Cloud Solution consultant, Jisc as they demonstrate Google's Vision API and AWS Machine Learning Services, using example data from the UK Archives Hub.
Senior consultant - analytics, Jisc
Who should attend
- IT staff
- Student data staff
- Learning and teaching
- Academic staff
- Analytics staff
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