Increasingly, learning is taking place online or in blended courses. The virtual learning environments (VLEs) where these courses are delivered collect a vast quantity of data on the participants’ learning behavior and engagement with online activities. This paper will look at how analysis of these data might be used to develop the learning experience and further online pedagogy. It will also question whether possible developments are at odds with the values of traditional universities, and the desire of institutions to satisfy shareholders.
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ILA 2018: Call for proposals
- 5-8 September 2018
- Konan Women’s University, Kobe, Japan
- "Whose Autonomy? Voices and Agency in Language Learning"
- Plenary speakers: James Lantolf, Jo Mynard, Leena Karlsson and Chika Hayashi
The call for proposals has been extended to 31 January 2018!
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We are proud to announce that the first issue of The Learner Development Journal, "Visualizing Learner Development," is now online! The full issue is available for download, as well as each of the individual papers.
Hugh Nicoll & Darren Elliott (co-editors)