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Wednesday, May 25 • 9:15am - 9:45am
Learning Data Governance Principles and Frameworks

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As more online tools and systems are being used in education a lot of data is being generated about learning behavior. Many of us are already leveraging these data for student and faculty dashboards, to inform advising interactions, to make institutional decisions about the curriculum and student pathways. How do we use and govern these data in an ethical way to support students and faculty? This interactive session will share the work being done in a number of arenas. We will then engage audience members in actively exploring possible principles around learning data use, sharing, and ownership through which we might develop frameworks that serve institutions and our vendor partners in addressing the myriad of issues that surface as we begin to capture and analyze learning data to support student success efforts and learning science research.

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avatar for Phillip Long

Phillip Long

Assoc. Vice Provost for Learning Sciences, University of Texas
Phil is the Associate Vice Provost for Learning Sciences and Chief Innovation Officer with Project 2021 at the University of Texas, Austin. Current work focuses on UTx, the local implementation of edX, learning analytics (SoLAR) and the digital enhancement of physical learning spaces. | He is also a Foundation Honorary Professor at the Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. | He is... Read More →
avatar for Jenn Stringer

Jenn Stringer

Associate CIO, Academic Engagement, University of California Berkeley
Jenn Stringer is responsible for the strategic direction of academic computing on the campus and for services that support classroom technologies and video capture and production, faculty instructional technology support, the campus LMS and student portal, and student computing. Prior to Berkeley she has been Director for Academic Technology Services at New York University and Director of Educational Technology at Stanford University School of... Read More →


Wednesday May 25, 2016 9:15am - 9:45am
Rooms 13-14

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