The Role of Learner analytics in the Modern University

Date: 21/6/2017

Location: Nottingham, UK

Attendees: Ed Foster (EF), Rebecca Edwards (RE)

We will be presenting and attending at the symposium which will explore two key themes:

  • key lessons learnt from NTU’s experience of embedding LA across the whole institution; and
  • new approaches to developing LA from a range of sector experts.

Speakers include

  • Keynote: Professor Eunice Simmons, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, NTU – Using LA to deliver the University’s strategic objectives
  • Mike Kerrigan, Strategic Data and Intelligence Manager, NTU – Using engagement data to identify students at risk: an equality & diversity perspective
  • Dr Rebecca Edwards, ABLE Project Officer, NTU – Using NTU’s Student Dashboard to open new insights into successful students and successful staff interventions
  • Phil Richards, Chief Innovation Officer, Jisc – The role of Jisc’s Learning Records Warehouse, the importance of data, and how Jisc can support you
  • Steve Butcher, Head of Procurement, Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) – Flipped Learning
  • To be confirmed, Thomas International – Personal Profile Analysis (PPA) in education – applications, benefits and outcomes
  • Government Behavioural Insights Team (Nudge Unit) – Small changes can make a big difference; the team’s approach to understanding the drivers of behaviour and thinking differently about solutions

To find out more about the symposium visit https://www4.ntu.ac.uk/apps/events/15/home.aspx/event/194076/default/transforming_the_student_experience