About this session

The emergence of sophisticated information and communication technologies initially created possibilities and now increasingly demands for flexible, engaging learning experiences anytime, anywhere. However, these possibilities come with a caveat. Increased flexibility in learning places additional onus on students to direct their own study. Therefore, self-regulated learning (SRL) has become a critical area of development in educational theory and research. The current state of SRL will be discussed with a particular emphasis on SRL in digital learning environments. This discussion will include ways in which data can help to understand and intervene on student SRL.

The Learning Analytics and Digital Learning fortnightly meetup aims to develop a community of practice around learning analytics, evidence-based teaching practice and digital learning. The meetup intends to cater to a variety of presentation and participation formats. The success of the meetup depends upon your willingness to engage with and participate in the event. If you have an idea for a panel discussion, debate, tutorial, lightning talk or presentation please email learninganalytics@uq.edu.au to be included in the schedule.

Presenter

Associate Professor Jason Lodge

 

About Learning Analytics and Digital Learning Community of Practice

All UQ staff are invited to attend these fortnightly sessions, aiming to develop a community of practice around learning analytics, evidence-based teaching practice and digital learning. 

Each session intends to cater to a variety of presentation and participation formats including presentions, lightning talks, practical data processing tutorials, predictive model building tutorials, learning tool design sessions, recent publication/conference overviews, as well as panel discussions and debates.

For general enquiries, and to register: learninganalytics@uq.edu.au

Venue

Learning Innovation Building (17), St Lucia
Room: 
425