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The Learning Analytics Learning Network (LALN) was established as a means to help meet the demand for a rapidly growing workforce that is literate in cyberinfrastructure, data science methods, and educational data, research, and practice. The goal of LALN is to build capacity for the field of learning analytics by leveraging efforts that are currently taking place in existing communities and sharing with a worldwide network that includes 25 cities on four continents as of October, 2019. This website includes upcoming event information, archives of previous events, and information on how to join the network and host your own event.

All interactions will take place via the Resource Hub.

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Connecting Feedback Recording/Open Science Research Workshop

If you missed Dr. Abelardo Pardo’s session on Connecting Data with Personalised Feedback, the recording and shared resources are now available at https://learninganalytics.net/laln/previous-events/ and in the LALN Resource Hub. In two weeks, we also have an introductory upcoming session: Open Science Research Practices for the Era of Big Data, led by Fernando Marmolejo-Ramos at the …

Missed a Recent LALN Event?

You can check out recordings and resources from previous sessions at https://learninganalytics.net/laln/previous-events/ Recent additions include: February 10, 2021 – 6 Techniques for Participatory Design of Learning Analytics with Students and Teachers – Juan Pablo Sarmiento – NYU Steinhardt/LEARN January 15, 2021 – Tools and Experiences in Learning Analytics – e-Madrid Network with Alexandra Cristea, Tobias Ley, and Pedro J. Munoz …

Reminder – Upcoming Event: Connecting Data with Personalized Feedback

In a few hours, Dr. Abelardo Pardo (current SoLAR President and Professor/Dean Academic at the University of South Australia) will lead an intermediate-level session and share a tool for instructors to articulate the connection between learning data and support actions in the form of personalized feedback messages. This session is geared toward developers, designers, instructional …

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Introduction to Events

LALN events will comprise of different types of presentations and audiences, ranging in difficulty from introductory to advanced. These events are based on needs of LALN participants and the varying capacities from those in the network. One session might be an introductory session aiming to promote awareness among K-12 teachers and administrators while the next might be an advanced session focused on text mining for learning content analysis.

Session Format

Each of the events will follow the same basic format:

1) Introduction to the topic through a presentation
2) An activity (guided, group, or individual)
3) Time for Q&A for live participants (if watching recording, there will be a forum to discuss and ask questions)
4) Opportunities for networking

All interactions for LALN will take place in the Resource Hub.

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