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Study results

Findings from the Perceptions of Learning Data in Higher Education

This interview-based study revealed unique beliefs about the ways in which colleges and universities collect, analyze, and make decisions based on learning and learner data.

Brown, A., Croft, B., Dello Stritto, M. E., Heiser, R., McCarty, S., McNally, D., Nyland, R., Quick, J., Thomas, R., & Wilks, M. (2022, February 9). Learning Analytics from a Systems Perspective: Implications for Practice. Educause Review.

Brown, A., Croft, B., Dello Stritto, M. E., Heiser, R., McCarty, S., McNally, D., Nyland, R., Quick, J., Thomas, R., & Wilks, M. (2022). Learning Analytics in Higher Education: Stakeholder Voices. Corvallis, OR. Oregon State University Ecampus Research Unit.

Brown, A., Heiser, R., McCarty, S., Nyland, R., Quick J., & Thomas, R. (2021, February). “Learning Analytics from a Systems Perspective.” Oregon State University Ecampus Leadership Team.

Brown, A. (2021, April). “Higher Ed Utilization of Learning Analytics.” Emory University: Jones Program in Ethics.

Thomas, R., & Wilks, M. (2021, April). “Student and Faculty Perceptions of Data That Should and Should Not be Collected at Universities.” International Conference on Learning Analytics and Knowledge. View summary.

Nyland, R., & McCarty, S. (2021, May). “Stuck in Learning Analytics? Higher Education Stakeholders’ Perspective of Barriers to Data-Driven Teaching and Learning.” Educause Learning Initiative (ELI) Annual Meeting.

Dello Stritto, M. E., Heiser, R., McCarty, S., & McNally, D. (2021, September). “Learning Analytics: Perspectives from Diverse Stakeholders.” OLC Accelerate Virtual Conference.