Event Type: Training Workshop
Event Theme: Evidence-based Practice
Speaker: Prof. Bart Rienties (Professor of Learning Analytics at the Institute of Educational Technology at the Open University UK)
Date: 29 May 2019 (Wednesday)
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Venue: RLB502, Research Complex, HKSYU
1) Refreshment will be provided.
2) Free Admission.
3) Registration is not compulsory but recommended for seat-reservation and news update.
This session will focus on sharing best-practice of evidence-based practice with Prof Bart Rienties. Having worked at three different universities (Maastricht University, University of Surrey, Open University UK), each with their own approaches to research excellence and evidence-based practice, I will share my experiences of how SYU academics and staff can use their research and practice in an evidence-based manner. In my own practice, I have published 87 journal articles, 59 papers in conference proceedings, 32 chapters in edited books, 18 reports to international and national organisations, and 2 edited books. Across these outputs, I work in an interdisciplinary manner and have published with 150+ authors from 40+ institutions. Perhaps more importantly, I have successfully led a range of institutional/national/European projects and received a range of awards for my educational innovation projects.
Dr. Bart Rienties is Professor of Learning Analytics at the Institute of Educational Technology at the Open University UK. He is programme director Learning Analytics within IET and head of Data Wranglers, whereby he leads of group of learning analytics academics who conduct evidence-based research and sense making of Big Data at the OU. As educational psychologist, he conducts multi-disciplinary research on work-based and collaborative learning environments and focuses on the role of social interaction in learning, which is published in leading academic journals and books. His primary research interests are focussed on Learning Analytics, Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, and the role of motivation in learning. Furthermore, Bart is interested in broader internationalisation aspects of higher education. He has successfully led a range of institutional/national/European projects and received a range of awards for his educational innovation projects. More info at www.bartrienties.nl