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SEDA Spring Conference, 9th - 10th May 2919, Belfast.


By the end of this session, delegates will be able to: -explore the potential value of learning analytics for creating a supportive educational experience for students and for increasing students’ feelings of ownership, agency and self-regulation. -examine the role of professional development resources and support in increasing staff and student digital proficiencies in using learning data and in facilitating greater evidence-based decision-making in HE. -identify how we can collaborate with our institutional colleagues and our students in the design and provision of professional development resources and support in relation to the analysis and interpretation of learning data to support student success. -consider staff, students and sectoral perspectives on the issues, challenges, potential uses and concerns surrounding the use of learning data to support students in HE

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