LASI local eMadrid (2013-07-05)

Date

Friday July 5th, 2013

Place

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Campus de Leganés
Room 4.1.F03 of Torres Quevedo Building
Salón de grados, Padre Soler Building
Avda. de la Universidad 30 
28911 Leganés, Madrid.

Free seminar without pre-registration.

How to arrive

  • By subway: "Leganés Central" station, line 12 "Metrosur"
  • By train "Cercanías": "Leganés" station, line C‐5 (from Atocha to Humanes)
  • By car

Description

Learning Analytics is a scientific discipline that has got lately a lot of attention. Capturing data of the learning process and processing them allows teachers to know the effectiveness of their teaching efforts, students to be exposed to the activities and contents they need for improving their learning and scientists to learn how learning works and identify the best teaching practices.

The Learning Analytics Summer Institute of Stanford University is a conference organized by this university and SoLAR (Society for Learning Analytics Research) from 1 to 5 July 2013 (http://www.solaresearch.org/events/lasi/). A number of activities are organized around the world in association to this conference. LASI-local Madrid is organized by the eMadrid network, which includes several of the universities of the Region of Madrid, on 5 July 2013 at the Leganés campus of UC3M.

Several of the most interesting sessions of Stanford University from the days before will be played in the morning, followed by discussion sessions. In the afternoon, there will be presentations by the eMadrid members. At the end of this session, the inaugural talk from Friday at the University of Stanford will be shown. This seminar is organized in conjunction with SNOLA (Spanish Network of Learning Analytics).

Program PDF

Morning Session, July 5th (4.1.F03, Torres Quevedo Building)

Selected presentations from the previous days at Stanford University will be shown, followed by a short local debate.

10:00-10:45 Panel session: "Why Big Data & Analytics Could Transform the Learning Sciences and Education", Moderator: Roy Pea, Panelists: Dragan Gasevic, George Siemens, Dan Suthers, Phil Winne (Monday, 9:45–10:30)
10:45-11:00 Discussion
11:00-12:00

Plenary: "Learning Analytics in Industry: Needs and Opportunities"
Chair: George Siemens
Speakers: Maria Andersen (Instructure), Alfred Essa (Desire2Learn), Wayne C Grant (Intel), John Behrens (Pearson)

12:00-12:30 Discussion, break
12:30-13:15 "What problems are we trying to solve?" (Wednesday, 9:00–9:45):
1. Taylor Martin, Nicole Forsgren Velasquez: "Mathematical Cognition (Fractions and Learning)"
2. Phil Winne: "Self-regulated Learning and Trace Data"
3. Sidney DeMello: "Affect and Engagement During Learning"
13:15-13:30 Discussion

 

Afternoon Session, July 5th (Grade Hall, Padre Soler Building)

Face to face presentations.

15:00-15:15 Carlos Delgado Kloos (UC3M): Introduction Transparencias de la presentación
15:15-15:45 Ángel Serrano Laguna (UCM): "Game Analytics and Educational Videogames: Can We Know How Many Students Learn While Playing Videogames?" Transparencias de la presentación
15:45-16:15 Raquel Crespo (UC3M) and Israel Gutiérrez (UC3M): "Learning Analytics Support for Just-In-Time Teaching" Transparencias de la presentación

16:15-16:45

Pedro Muñoz Merino (UC3M): "Evaluation in e-Learning Platforms Using Learning Analytics Techniques" Transparencias de la presentación
16:45-17:00 Break
17:00-17:30 Gregorio Robles (URJC) and Jesús González Barahona (URJC): "Lessons Learned From Ten Years of Software Analytics That Could Be Helpful for Learning Analytics" Transparencias de la presentación
17:30-18:00 Javier García Zubia (Deusto): "Learning Analytics and Remote Experimentation: First Experiences with Weblab-Deusto" Transparencias de la presentación
18:00-18:45 Live streaming from Stanford University

 

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