Over the last few years there's been ongoing debate on how it might be possible to use student data to support not just the learning journey but also students’ wellbeing whilst they study.
This is an emotive subject with many differing views held on what might be effective, what might be legally and ethically acceptable. So we've asked a group of people who have experience and expertise within this field to come together as a panel to share their experiences.
The discussion will cover:
- User-centric design
- Institutional readiness
- Collecting the right data
- Mike Wilson, head of planning and student data, Bangor University
- Dr Dave Perkins, director of teaching and learning for the School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering, Bangor University
- Samantha Ahern, faculty learning technology lead (Bartlett), UCL
- Andrew Cormack, chief regulatory advisor, innovation and analytics, Jisc
- Sally Olohan MBE, head of student support and residential life, University of Westminster
- Dr Adrian Clark, student health and wellbeing manager, University of London
Who should attend
Higher education staff involved in teaching and learning, curriculum design, data management and wellbeing roles.
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