Learning Analytics – What is it and why should you care?

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Date(s) - September 15th, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


BC Legal Management Association (BCLMA) Webinar
Sept 15, 2021, 12 – 1pm PST


Everywhere we look, data is all around us: from location-based activity apps reporting our daily movements to dashboards updating us on the latest COVID statistics across the globe.  As learning and development professionals, it is part of our jobs to collect, analyze, and make decisions based on our learners and the learning data.  These data source are diverse: they could be from our organizations’ Learning Management Systems (LMS), Learning Experience Platforms (LXP), knowledge base software, HR systems, intranets, social and informal platforms, and mobile apps. Collectively, these datasets give insights about how our learners’ learning trajectories and help inform our learning design decisions and allocate learning resources. In this interactive presentation, we will discuss how to get started with learning analytics , where to look for patterns, and start exploring some of the challenges and ethical concerns within this ever-changing field.


Dr. Stella Lee has over 20 years of progressive experience internationally in consulting digital learning initiatives with higher education, government, NGOs, and the private sectors. Stella has served as subject matter expert in evaluating e-learning standards for the United Nations’ International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), and conducted postdoctoral research with iCore Research Lab at Athabasca University, Canada’s Open University. She has a doctorate in Computer Science with a focus on adaptive learning technology. Stella writes a learning technology column for Training Industry Magazine and is the author of LinkedIn Learning course Redefining Workplace Learning Analytics. She runs a consulting company called Paradox Learning Inc. and is based in Calgary, Canada.

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