#LTHEchat 67:Using data and artificial intelligence to improve learning and teaching.

As you may be aware Jisc are running a sector wide consultation, #Codesign16, on six topics that we’d like to spark a sector discussion over the next few weeks to identify the most promising areas to explore. Two of these areas are the Intelligent Campus and How can we use data to improve learning and teaching. We are going to explore these two areas in the #LTHEChat this week with James Clay, @jamesclay on twitter. James will be joined by JISC colleagues Sarah Davies and Ruth Drysdale.
How can we use data to improve teaching and learning?
What does the imminent arrival of the intelligent campus mean for universities and colleges?
James Clay is a Senior Co-Design Manager at Jisc and has over twenty years experience working in education. He has been a teacher, a project director, an ILT manager and an IT director. He has managed a range of projects over the years in various roles, including mobile learning, e-books, IT infrastructure, learner analytics, copyright, institutional resources, VLEs and student records.
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About teresamac

Experienced language educator and innovator. Teaching French for 30 years, researching voice over the internet and telecollaboration in language teaching, informal learning, assessment and learning theories.
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4 Responses to #LTHEchat 67:Using data and artificial intelligence to improve learning and teaching.

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