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Lourdes Hill College is proud to present thinaugural CiTEL Learning Analytics Symposium. The Symposium will be held at Lourdes Hill College on the 31 May and 1 June 2019 and will bring together some of the leaders in the field of learning analytics from across the secondary and tertiary sectors to share cutting edge research and future directions for educational analyticsThe Symposium will provide a platform for teachers and educators to learn from others, ask questions and to share how they are using data analytics in their own schools and classrooms to improve student learning. Workshops with industry providers will provide an opportunity for hands-on work with a variety of learning analytics systems and specialists in the field. 

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How are you using data to improve student learning at your school? What current research do we need to know about? What questions do you want answered? We want to hear from you.

A call for presentations will go out in early 2019.
Please email the organisers to be placed on the Symposium Updates mailing list.


Learning Analytics in the Secondary Sector: Breaking New Ground


Friday 31 May, 12:00pm – 5:00pm Workshops
Saturday 1 June 8:30am – 4:00pm Full Symposium



Professor Shane Dawson

Dr. Shane Dawson is the Director of the Teaching Innovation Unit and Professor of Learning Analytics at the University of South Australia. Shane's research focuses on the use of social network analysis and learner ICT interaction data to inform and benchmark teaching and learning quality. Shane is a founding executive member of the Society for Learning Analytics Research and past program and conference chair of the International Learning Analytics and Knowledge conference. He is a co-developer of numerous open source software including the Online Video Annotations for Learning (OVAL) and SNAPP a social network visualization tool designed for teaching staff to better understand, identify and evaluate student learning, engagement, academic performance and creative capacity. Profile pic Shane Dawson

Professor Joy Cumming