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Implementing analytics - Paul Bailey and Dr Nick Moore

Led by Paul Bailey, senior co-design manager, Jisc.

With contribution from Dr Nick Moore, director of ICT at the University of Gloucestershire.

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Implementing analytics - Paul Bailey and Dr Nick Moore

  1. 1. Implementing analytics Learning analytics, the Jisc platform, organisational readiness
  2. 2. Overview of session »Overview of the Jisc learning analytics initiative »Report fromAbertay University »How ready is your organisation
  3. 3. Implementing analytics Overview of the Jisc learning analytics initiative Paul Bailey Jisc senior co-design manager
  4. 4. Effective learning analytics challenge » Rationale › Organisations wanted help to get started and have access to standard tools and technologies to monitor and intervene » Priorities identified › Code of Practice on legal and ethical issues › Develop basic learning analytics service with app for students › Provide a network to share knowledge and experience » Timescale › 2015-16—test and develop the tools and metrics › 2016-17—transition to service (freemium) › Sep 2017—launch, measure impact: retention and achievement
  5. 5. What do we mean by learning analytics »The application of big data techniques such as machine learning and data mining to help learners and institutions meet their goals »For our project › Improve retention (current project) › Improve attainment (current project) › Improve employability (future project) › Personalised learning (future project)
  6. 6. Toolkit and community »Blog: http://analytics.jiscinvolve.org »Reports › Code of practice for learning analytics › The current state of play in UK higher and further education › Learning analytics in higher education: a review of UK and international practice »Mailing list: analytics@jiscmail.ac.uk »Network meetings
  7. 7. Learning analytics architecture »Cloud based »Modular approach »Various best of breed suppliers »Organisations select options that suit them best »All data remains securely accessible to owner only »Scalable and expandable
  8. 8. Current engagement »Expressions of interest: 85 »Engaged in activity: 35 »Discovery to Sep 2016: › Agreed: 28 › Completed: 18 › Reported: 17 »Learning analytics pre-implementation: 12 »Learning analytics implementation: 7
  9. 9. Future engagement »From Sep 2016: › “Readiness toolkit” with a diagnostic set of questions and support materials leading to implementation › Start-up guidelines to get ready for learning analytics implementation »Further details will be announced via the email list: analytics@jiscmail.ac.uk
  10. 10. Implementing analytics Report fromAbertay University Moriamo Oduyemi Head of Corporate InformationSystems
  11. 11. Implementing analytics How ready is your organisation George Munroe Jisc senior subject specialist
  12. 12. What is involved in learning analytics »SoLAR (Society for Learning Analytics Research) › “learning analytics is the measurement, collection, analysis and reporting of data about learners and their contexts, for purposes of understanding and optimising learning and the environments in which it occurs”
  13. 13. What data are involved »Learner details »Records of achievement »Learning activities—attendances »Course and module information »Teaching staff details »Historical data »Other learner context information—use of resources »Mappings and cross referencing between all above
  14. 14. What important considerations are involved »Should students be asked for consent to use their data? »Can students access all the data held about them? »Should interventions always be human-mediated? »What sources/good indicators of student engagement or activity exist? »What problems might occur capturing learning data? »Who leads the implementation of learning analytics in your organisation? »What is the strategic driver—quality, finance, learner satisfaction?
  15. 15. Who is involved in learning analytics »Learners »Teaching staff »Teaching management »Organisation management »Systems users »Technical and data management staff »Analysts »Legal staff »Others?
  16. 16. High level stuff »Leadership »Wide engagement »A shared vision »Appropriate staff skills »Effective interventions »Support for learners
  17. 17. Readiness assessment prototype »Assessment areas: › Culture and vision › Strategy and investment › Structure and governance › Technology and data › Skills »First step in identifying requirements and recommending actions
  18. 18. Have a go »Divide into groups of organisations at a similar stage of learning analytics implementation »In your group, encourage a volunteer with connected device to facilitate completion of form at: › http://bit.ly/la-readiness »Together agree completion of responses and discuss appropriateness of this method of initial assessment and the choice of questions »Prepare a few of the most pertinent points raised to report back to larger group
  19. 19. Questions and comments »Jisc platform of interest? »Would you like to use the service? »Who will coordinate at your organisation? »What are your next steps? »How can Jisc help further? »Your questions…
  20. 20. jisc.ac.uk Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND Information at analytics.jiscinvolve.org Paul Bailey paul.bailey@jisc.ac.uk George Munroe george.munroe@jisc.ac.uk Announcements on analytics@jiscmail.ac.uk Contacts
  21. 21. Learning analytics at the University of Gloucestershire Dr Nick Moore Director of IT Services
  22. 22. Lessons so far… • Great to work with Jisc • Readiness Assessment very powerful to get buy- in • Use Jisc to get help putting policy theory into practice • Very important to have people who understand your data • Think about integrating the solution at the start
  23. 23. Questions…. Contact: Nick Moore (nmoore@glos.ac.uk)