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Oct 1st, 2014
5:30 PM - 6:20 PM
Meeting Room W311F-H
Eastern Time
In this interactive presentation, grounded in a research study about student learning with e-textbooks, we will provide strategies for incorporating both learning analytics and surveys to understand students' experiences using educational technology and engage faculty and educational technologists on using data to promote student learning.

OUTCOMES: Learn how to critically evaluate and interpret learning analytics data to draw and use conclusions to guide decisions about how to support users of educational technology * Learn strategies for communicating with educational-technology vendors about learning analytics data in order to receive the best possible data sets for analysis * Understand the importance of having discussions with vendors about the "meanings" behind the values that are included in learning analytics data sets