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Higher (Ed)volution Webinar: Episode 3 – The Need for Data Privacy and LMS Scalability A webinar hosted by Education Dive and D2L

Presenters:

Jennifer Brock, Associate Provost of Curriculum Design and Instructional Technology – University of Phoenix
Bill Fitzgerald, Senior Privacy Policy Office – Lea(R)n

Description

Learning management systems (LMS) have enabled colleges and universities across the world to improve institutional efficiency and bolster positive outcomes for both students and faculty. But with all the data LMS generates comes the challenge of analyzing and acting on those findings in order to realize the full potential of this powerful tool.

Join us for an informative webinar where you’ll:

  • Discover how the viability of LMS data reaches far beyond its uses in classroom instruction and student retention
  • Learn what it means for an institution to scale its findings, both in terms of expansion and in terms of the size of the institution attempting to change
  • Gain a better understanding of the responsibilities institutions have regarding safeguarding student data

Watch Episode 1 and 2

Episode 1 – Leveraging Data to Support Learner Success: a webinar where we will delve into the possibilities of learning management system (LMS) analytics.

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Episode 2 – Administrators on the Benefits and Challenges of LMS Analytics: join Matt Dunleavy and Mark Felix, as they share their first-hand experience with applying LMS learning analytics at their institutions.

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