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Tuesday, May 19 • 11:15am - 12:00pm
Reading, Resources, & Rights: Library Data in the Interoperable Ecosystem

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With the growth and standardization of interoperability in campus technology comes the increasing ability to collect and aggregate data for analysis and action in support of student learning and success. The addition of library data, with its potential to provide rich, contextual insight into student learning, can be a gamechanger in this ecosystem of integrated analytics. What is the role of library data? And how do we accommodate students’ right to privacy in an architecture where data flows freely? This session will review ongoing work to define the architecture of an integrated analytics ecosystem—inclusive of library data—premised on design requirements and key principles for learning data analytics published by leading higher education institutions, including the University of California, Berkeley. We will also lay out the launch and mission of the new IMS Library Data Innovation Leadership Network that will address these topics and more on an ongoing basis.

Speakers
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Megan Oakleaf

Associate Professor, Syracuse University
Megan Oakleaf is an Associate Professor in the Syracuse University iSchool. The author of ACRL’s The Value of Academic Libraries: A Comprehensive Research Review and Report and Academic Library Value: The Impact Starter Kid, she has published in top library and information science... Read More →
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Cary Brown

Higher Education Program Director, IMS Global Learning Consortium
With responsibilities for helping to drive the IMS Global work in the Higher Education industry and manage and maintain the projects and members in HED, I have a background in enterprise software development and management with a focus on integration.


Tuesday May 19, 2020 11:15am - 12:00pm MDT