It’s a pleasure to welcome you to Nexus, the new blog from SoLAR — The Society for Learning Analytics Research!

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How can product developers use data analytics to improve products, prove their effectiveness, and increase the fidelity of implementation? Learn more in the latest Nexus story by Rachel Schechter


How can broadening community engagement help mitigate the challenges of inequity, privacy, trust and bias in AI? Join us at an exciting online event…

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Let’s think about our research of the future so we can be more inclusive. Who do we involve, where do we do it, what do we research, why do we do this research, and how do we do it?

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Learning dashboards can be challenging to interpret for our teachers and students. Educational Data Storytelling can help communicate meaningful insights and drive attention to what is important.

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How can we change established ways of teaching to take full advantage of predictive analytics tools? How can we embed innovation in teaching in ways that help teachers acknowledge its value?

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There’s growing evidence that educators benefit from some training in order to make the most of learning analytics dashboards. Linda Corrin shares insights from her extensive experience — and it’s about more than “data literacy”…

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Video is used extensively in teaching, but how do you design a dashboard to show teachers what they really need to know? An educational video guru talks about what features are on her “must have” list for video analytics


How can we design and implement learning analytics platforms so that instructors can’t wait to use them?

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SoLAR Nexus

The Society for Learning Analytics Research (SoLAR) is an interdisciplinary network of international researchers and practitioners: https://SoLAResearch.org

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