The international speakers invited shared their different perspectives on the topic, touching upon research and ways to get reliable evidence, learning analytics as a mainstream of evidence gathering, policy and the way that evidence can play a role on policy systems.
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JAIRO H. CIFUENTES MADRID, TELESCOPI – Network of Observatories of Good Practices on Strategic University Management in Latin America and Europe
Evidence-based Institutional Research: Gathering data for measuring impact
RICHARD GARRETT, The Observatory of Borderless Higher Education
Researching Online Learning… Reflections on Techniques and Sources
EMMANUEL (MANNY) JIMENEZ, 3ieImpact – International Initiative for Impact Evaluation
Systematic Review of the Effects of Interventions to Improve Education in Developing Countries
DONATELLA PERSICO, Istituto Tecnologie Didattiche (ITD) – Italian National Research Council (CNR)
There is no such thing as context free evidence
FRANCESCA POZZI, Istituto Tecnologie Didattiche (ITD) – Italian National Research Council (CNR)
Will the future of Higher Education be evidence-based?
PAUL PRINSLOO, University of South Africa – UNISA
Learning analytics in a time of an insatiable thirst for data and evidence: A provocation
KATIE ROSE, Centre for Public Impact
Decoding Government Effectiveness
OLAF ZAWACKI-RICHTER, University of Oldenburg
Relevance and rigour – towards evidence-based practice in education