Survey about Learning Data, Analytic and Learner Profile (#bigdata)
At the ending of 2013, IBM revealed its predictions for five big innovations that will change our lives within five years. The number one on the list is “The classroom will learn you“.
In the next five years, IBM believes teachers will use “longitudinal data” such as test scores, attendance, and student behavior on electronic learning platforms — and not just the results of aptitude tests. Sophisticated analytics delivered over the cloud will help teachers make decisions about which students are at risk, their roadblocks, and the way to help them.
In digital learning era, we can have more learning data than ever. Will learning big data change the landscape of education and training? What could undermine its promising impact? This is a survey to study the awareness about learning data, and to raise some questions for thinking. There are only 10 questions. It won’t take you more than 5 minutes. Please give us feedback, or send it to all people who might care about this topic. We’ll publish the survey result summary here later. Thanks!