Let's meet up at Queen Mary University of London!
Join us for an Echo360 community user group meeting at Queen Mary University of London to discuss learning analytics. With much uncertainty about the topic and how it can benefit teaching staff, this meeting aims to explore: how we can use analytics in our teaching; what are the in-class benefits to learners and teaching practice; and what are the challenges remaining to make analytics more helpful across all disciplines. Come along and share your own experiences from your course or institution, network with others interested in this field, and contribute to shaping the development of future learning analytics with Echo360.
Venue: Queen Mary University of London
Date: Monday, 18 February 2019
Time: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Host: Richard Chantler, Learning Technology Officer, E-Learning Unit, QMUL.
11:00: Welcome and introductions
11:30: What data would be useful to capture from a lecture capture platform for use in Learning Analytics? (Mike Hughes, City, University of London)
12:00: Dreams and Dystopian Imaginaries of Future Education (Samantha Ahern, UCL)
12:45: Lightning Presentations (available to all delegates)
13:00: Lunch and networking
13:45: How Echo360 can complement our existing attendance monitoring at QMUL (Dominique Jethwa and Sharon Pay, QMUL)
14:15: Meaningful metrics for learner engagement: ethics, targets and privacy, oh my! (Jill Mackay, University of Edinburgh)
14:45: Past, present and future… (Johnny De Silva, Kings College London)
15:00: Echo360 Updates and Roadmap (John Couperthwaite, Echo360)
15:30: Panel Discussion
John Couperthwaite and Rob McCabe will also be present at the meeting. They will be happy to provide updates on product developments and help with queries about implementation, training and adoption.