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Wednesday, May 20 • 8:30am - 9:10am
Solving the Learning Data Puzzle: Achieving Efficacy Through a Student Learning Data Model

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As the use of educational technology proliferates in both K-12 and higher education there are opportunities for educators, students, parents, administrators, and product providers to utilize digital data to enable student success. Of highest importance is providing security and protecting student data privacy in the usage and manipulation of data. Interoperability of data on student learning from edtech products has come a long way over the last several years with the wide adoption of open standards. However, understanding the meaning of the data and ability to take action on the data is still in its infancy. To address this growing challenge, IMS Global members are developing a global core data model for student learning that will enable K-12 schools, universities, states and their product provider partners to better understand the use, effectiveness, and efficiency of educational technology products. Panelists will discuss why achieving agreement on a core data model for edtech focused on student learning will provide an important foundational step to ensure that data is provided from a wide variety of sources in a timely and secure manner in order to impact the success of each and every student.

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Kyle Jones

Assistant Professor, Department of Library and Information Science, Indiana University-Indianapolis
Dr. Kyle M. L. Jones is an assistant professor at the School of Informatics and Computing within the Department of Library and Information Science at Indiana University-Indianapolis (IUPUI). His research focuses on data and information ethics issues associated with educational data... Read More →
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Jill Buban

Chief Academic Officer, Unizin
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Michael Feldstein

Chief Accountability Officer, e-Literate and Empirical Educator Project
Michael is the Chief Accountability Officer at e-Literate and Executive Director of the Empirical Educator Project. He works with universities and the vendors who serve them to improve the quality of education through evidence-based practices, supporting technology, and more effective... Read More →

Wednesday May 20, 2020 8:30am - 9:10am MDT