Over the past several decades, the interdisciplinary field of the learning sciences has developed a substantial body of theory, research, and design guidelines that can be leveraged for the emerging field of learning analytics-as "big data" emerges from educational practices involving technology-enabled learning. From the exploding world of MOOCs to the Shared Learning Collaborative, both learning sciences and learning analytics will benefit from tackling together the problems and promises of personalized learning at scale. In this general session, Roy Pea will share his views on priorities for co-creating value in this opportunity space.
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Thomas H. Davenport (Babson College) at Villanova University, Nov 2012, The Center for Business Analytics YouTube - Data Scientist: The Sexiest Job of the 21st Century + Erik Brynjolfsson(Sloan School of Management, MIT) + Andrew McAfee(Sloan School of Management, MIT) + Dominic_Barton
Della Bradshaw, Financial Times (Feb 11, 2013) : "Business schools' big data revolution"