The aim of the policy workshop was to raise awareness on the potential of analysis of data produced by learning technologies to catalyze the effective design of adaptive teaching, learning and assessment at scale. Our aim is to bring together quadruple helix representatives interested in exploring the state-of-the-art of learning analytics, as well as to be informed about opportunities and barriers for adoption.
On behalf of project WATCHME Geraldine Clarebout and Marieke van der Schaaf were at the Pelars Conference: POLICIES for Using Big DATA to Catalyze the Design of Effective Teaching, Learning, and Assessment at Scale. This event took place on the 9th of November in Brussels. In the morning they gave a presentation about the project and in the afternoon a demonstration of the WATCHME E-portfolio system. In between the attending Policy-makers, government representatives, researchers, innovators and other interested stakeholders, could approach them for policy recommendations.
Through live streaming this event was shared for the public.