Learning Analytics Speaker Series

The 2014-2015 QuanTM Learning Analytics Speaker Series bring to Emory university five of the most important thinkers in the fields of Learning Analytics and Educational Data Mining. The group is diverse, but what ties them together is a keen interest in how educational data can be used to understand learning and increase their success. The speakers are engaging, with appeal to a broad audience of experts and novices alike. Contact Timothy Harfield for more information.

Southeast Educational Data Symposium (SeEDS)

The Southeast Educational Data Symposium (SEEDS) will bring together administrators, researchers, and instructors to share how they are making use of educational data to foster student success, and to generate opportunities for ongoing collaboration in the Southeast region. The day’s schedule will include a morning keynote, delivered by Carolyn Rosé (Carnegie Mellon University), followed by four panel discussions and lunch-time roundtables. The all-day event will be held on Friday, February 20, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM EST at the Emory Conference Center in Atlanta, GA.

LITS: Libraries & Information Technology Services
Emory's Center for Digital Scholarship
Institute for Quantitative Theory and Methods

Brown Bag Seminars

The ALE Brown Bag Seminars are monthly occasions for Emory community members to come together to share the ways in which they are using educational data to optimize their learning environments. For more information, or to subscribe to the ALE community listserv, please contact Timothy Harfield.

Analytics for Learning at Emory