Libraries and Learning Analytics [video replay]
This is a recording of the November 15, 2021 panel presentation: Libraries and Learning Analytics: Facts, False Choices, and Future Forays. The panel included introductory content defining learning analytics from a higher education perspective, outlining the purposes of learning analytics as an assessment approach in support of student success, and describing “false choices” that often derail discussions of learning analytics in the library community.
- Megan Oakleaf, Associate Professor at Syracuse University’s iSchool
- Ken Varnum, Senior Program Manager in Library Information Technology at the University of Michigan
- Rebecca Croxton, Head of Assessment at the library of UNC Charlotte
The presentation slides are available for download. The session was moderated by Laura Gariepy and Leeanne Romane of the ULS Professional Development Committee. For a list of future and past programs, visit the Committee’s Programs Page.