International Seminar on Evidence-based research: methodological approaches and practical outcomes. Insights for Online Education

Presentations

Last November, 21 and 22, the International Seminar on“Evidence-based research: methodological approaches and practical outcomes. Insights for Online Education” was held in Barcelona.
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.
By clicking on every title you will be able to download the presentation of every speaker.

 

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

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