Echo360, who provide the software which QMUL uses for Q-Review lecture capture, held their community meeting here this year (18th of Feb), with a theme of ‘Analytics for Educators’.
This event explored what data is available and how it can be used by educators – exploring topics such as: how to use analytics in your teaching; what are the real-time and longer benefits to staff and students; and what are the challenges remaining to make analytics more helpful across all disciplines.
Please take a look at the recordings of the day’s presentations, below:
- Dreams & Dystopian Imaginaries of Future Education (Samantha Ahern, UCL) – View Recordings (part A / part B)
- What data would be useful to capture from a lecture capture platform for use in Learning Analytics? (Mike Hughes, City University) – View Recording
- Analytics at QMUL across various levels – (Manoj Singh & Richard Chantler) – View Recording
- A camera tracking solution for STEM subjects at QMUL (Richard Chantler) – View Recording
- Meaningful metrics for learner engagement: ethics, targets and privacy, oh my! (Jill Mackay, University of Edinburgh) – View Recording
- Learning Analytics at Kings College London (Johnny De Silva, Kings College London) – View Recording
- Echo360 Updates and Roadmap (Dr. John Couperthwaite, Echo360) – View Recording