Learn2Analyze: Educational Data Literacy

The Learn2Analyze Educational Data Literacy Competence Profile (L2A-EDL-CP) The Learn2Analyze project has developed a comprehensive proposal for an Educational Data Literacy Competence Framework to enhance existing competence frameworks for instructional designers and e-trainers of online courses with new Educational Data Literacy competences. The Learn2Analyze Educational Data Literacy Competence Framework comprises of 6 competence dimensions and 17 competence statements, as captured below.

‘Tilstrækkelighedstest’ af undervisningsmateriale

I februar 2019 gik min arbejdsplads online med censorkurset og for nogle uger siden passerede vi 2000 kursister og derfor har min chef bedt mig fortælle lidt om kurset. Oprindeligt var censorkurset bestilt af Uddannelses- og Forskningsministeriets Styrelse for Forskning og Uddannelse og vi fik en række dessiner vedr indholdet i kurset. Kurset blev bestilt efter et udvalgsarbejde, som du kan læse om her: https://ufm.dk/uddannelse/rad-naevn-og-udvalg/tidligere-rad-naevn-og-udvalg/censorudvalget/dokumenter-og-analyser/microsoft-word-sidste-nye-censorrapport-version-180117-docx.pdf Ud over dessinerne fik vi også lov at trække på en ‘arbejdsgruppe’, dvs en medarbejder fra styrelsen og tre erfarne censorformænd udvalgt af styrelsens medarbejdere blandt frivillige censorformænd. Men vi fik også meget frie hænder …

Udemy: xAPI Fundamentals – Getting Started with xAPI (aka TinCan)

xAPI allows you to track in greater detail, how your learners interact with about any type of learning content or application. This means you can track how they did in the learning environment but also how they do in the live environment seeing exactly how learn impacted performance. Being able to track also learning behavior gives us the potential to personalize and custom future learning experiences for the learner. In this course we not only cover the potential of what xAPI can do but we dive into actually using it in real world courses. We will cover everything from connection …

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid: Learning Analytics in Higher Education

Learning Analytics in Higher Education, a course offered on edX by Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, is actually a result from the SHEILA project, coordinated by the University of Edinburgh and co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. SHEILA framework has been built to assist European universities to become more mature users and custodians of digital data about their students as they learn online, the SHEILA project will build a policy development framework that promotes formative assessment and personalized learning, by taking advantage of direct engagement of stakeholders in the development process. The field of learning analytics with its associated methods of …