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Dai Griffiths Prof. Dai Griffiths (Bolton University, UK)
Dai Griffiths is Professor of Education at the University of Bolton. His focus is on developing an understanding of education by bringing together the areas of pedagogy, technology and organisational structure. In this task he has the privilege of working with an excellent and varied group of PhD students. In his work Professor Griffiths is inspired by the Cybernetics tradition which he has engaged with for many years, being a regular guest editor of Kybernetes. His background is in the arts and in education, and he has taught at many levels including primary and secondary education, higher education and continuing education, and in industry. His professional engagement with eLearning started in as a multimedia developer in the 1990’s and expanded into research focused on the use of robotics with young children. Over the past fifteen years a particular concern has been the development, use and implications of specifications for eLearning, with particular reference to learning design and learning analytics. He has been a leading member of the LACE European project to support a community of Learning Analytics researchers and practitioners, and is working on the RAGE project with a focus on the use of specifications to support the creation and use of serious games.

 

Simon Buckingham Shum Prof. Simon Buckingham Shum (University of Technology Sydney, AU)
Simon Buckingham Shum is Professor of Learning Informatics at the University of Technology Sydney, which he joined in 2014 to direct the new Connected Intelligence Centre. Prior to this he was Professor and Assoc. Director (Technology) at the UK Open University’s Knowledge Media Institute. Simon has been an active contributor to the field of learning analytics since 2011, and served as Vice-President of the Society for Learning Analytics Research.

 

Charles_Severance Prof. Charles Severance (University of Michigan, US)
Charles is a Clinical Associate Professor and teaches in the School of Information at the University of Michigan. He is the Chair of the Sakai Project Magament Committee (PMC). and works for Longsight, Inc. as Sakai Chief Strategist. Previously he was the Executive Director of the Sakai Foundation and the Chief Architect of the Sakai Project and worked with the IMS Global Learning Consortium promoting and developing standards for teaching and learning technology.

Charles teaches two popular MOOCs to students worldwide on the Coursera platform: Internet History, Technology, and Security and Programming for Everybody and is a long-time advocate of open educational resources to empower teachers.

 

Rob Abel Rob Abel, Ed.D. (IMS Global, US)
Dr. Rob Abel is the Chief Executive Officer of the IMS Global Learning Consortium, a nonprofit collaboration of the world’s leading universities, school districts, government organizations, content providers, and technology suppliers, cooperating to accelerate learning technology standards, adoption, and impact. Under Rob’s leadership IMS has grown over 7x and introduced the Learning Impact program, which is setting new benchmarks for high impact applications of technology in support of learning worldwide.

Rob has over 35 years high tech industry experience, is a successful edtech industry entrepreneur, and is recognized worldwide as an expert in the application of technology to improve education, teaching and learning. Formerly he served as Senior Vice President at Collegis, Inc., Senior Director at Oracle Education, Senior Market Development Manager at National Semiconductor and Head of the Advanced Computing Laboratory at TRW ESL.

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Tore Hoel Mr. Tore Hoel (Oslo Akershus University College of applied sciences, NO)
Tore Hoel has been working on international and European projects in the field of learning technologies for nearly 20 years. His fields of interest have been metadata, educational resources, e-textbooks, and now learning analytics. Tore Hoel has contributed to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC36 standard on learning analytics, being an editor of the new part on Privacy and Data Protection Policies.

 

Rebecca Ferguson Dr. Rebecca Ferguson (Open University, UK)
Dr. Rebecca Ferguson is a senior lecturer in the Institute of Educational Technology (IET) at The Open University in the UK, and a senior fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Her primary research interests are educational futures, and how people learn together online.

Rebecca is an executive member of the Society for Learning Analytics Research, and has taken a leading role in many learning analytics events, including the annual Learning Analytics and Knowledge (LAK) conferences. Many of these events were associated with her work as a principal investigator on the European Learning Analytics Community Exchange (LACE). She is currently the principal investigator on LAEP, which is helping European policymakers to set out an agenda for high-quality and stimulating ways of learning and teaching through the use of learning analytics.

Rebecca’s most recent book, Augmented Education, was published by Palgrave in spring 2014. For more details, see her blog at https://r3beccaf.wordpress.com/

 

Dr. Yong-Sang Cho (Korea Education & Research Information Service, KR)
Yong-Sang has conducted standardization projects for metadata of digital resources and learning analytics in ISO/IEC JTC1 SC36 as well as adoption of EPUB3 at JTC1/SC34 JWG. Also Yong-Sang organized convergence technology between digital publishing and learning domain through digital textbook content/service from 2011. Recently this convergence is known as EDUPUB led by IDPF, IMS Global and W3C.

 

Jaeho Lee Prof. Jaeho Lee (University of Seoul, KR)
Jaeho Lee (jaeho@uos.ac.kr) is a Professor of School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Seoul, Korea, where he has served on the faculty since 1998. He received the Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in computer science from the Seoul National University, Korea, in 1985 and 1987, respectively and the PhD degree in computer science and engineering from the University of Michigan, USA, in 1997. His PhD research developed an explicit semantics for coordinated multi-agents of AI systems.

 

Il-Hyun Jo Prof. Il-Hyun Jo (Ewha Womans University, KR)
Il-Hyun Jo(ijo@ewha.ac.kr) is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Educational Technology and a Director of LAPA lab at Ewha Womans University, South Korea. He earned his Ph.D in Instructional Systems Development at Florida State University. Before joining the Ewha Womans University, he was an executive director in Samsung HRD center and Samsung Credu Corporation. He was a president of Korea Society for Learning and Performance, and a director in MOOC center at Ewha Womans University. His research interests include Learning analytics & Learning design, Human resources development and Emerging technologies in education.

 

Dr. Kirsty Kitto (Queensland University of Technology, AU)
Kirsty Kitto (@kirstykitto) is a Senior Research Fellow at Queensland University of Technology, QUT. She models the ways in which humans interact with complex information environments, paying special attention to the interdependencies between language, attitudes, memory and learning. She is leading a project funded by the Australian government which is developing xAPI based solutions for instructors who want to teach “in the wild” beyond the LMS. Kirsty is a founding member on the Board of Directors for the Data Interoperability Standards Consortium (DISC).

 

Stephen Vicker Dr. Stephen Vickers (IMS Global)
Stephen has been both a user and developer of elearning applications in Higher Education for over 30 years. Initially this was as an Accounting faculty member, but more recently he was manager of the Technology Enhanced Learning team at The University of Edinburgh. In 2010-2011 he led the JISC-funded “Creating Environments for Learning using Tightly Integrated Components” (ceLTIc) project which explored the development of tool providers using the IMS Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) specification. In 2012 he became a freelance consultant specializing in education technology.

Stephen is a multiple recipient of Innovative Development awards from Blackboard Inc. He is also a director of OSCELOT (Open Source Community for Educational Learning Objects and Tools). He has developed several open source PowerLinks and Building Blocks for use with Blackboard products, including ones providing support for Basic LTI. He has a passion for applying technology in education to empower colleagues to achieve their goals.

 

William Chesser Mr. William Chesser (VitalSource)
William is an entrepreneur and company leader who has spent the last twenty years helping publishers and universities navigate the move to digital content distribution in education. He was a member of the founding team at VitalSource, and today he leads worldwide Business Development for the company. That role includes overseeing the business in all non-North-American higher education business as well as corporate and adult training businesses.

Previously, William worked in the School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was Assistant Director of the National Paedeia Center.

 

Lance_E_Sloan Mr. Lance Sloan (University of Michigan)
Lance develops web-based learning technology applications and has over twenty-two years of experience in the field. He currently holds the position of Application Developer Senior with the Teaching and Learning department of the Information and Technology Services unit at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. In recent years, Lance has strengthened his involvement in learning analytics technologies. In particular, his focus has been on contributing to the development of the standards and implementation of Caliper from IMS Global, a representation of events caused by users’ interactions with applications. He has contributed to the implementation of Caliper event support in the OpenLRS event store from Apereo Learning Analytics Initiative. He’s currently working with his colleagues at U-M to identify the most beneficial ways to use data resulting from the analysis of Caliper events emitted from their applications. He’s a strong believer in open source technologies and standards, utilizing them often and contributing to their advancement whenever possible.

 

Paul Kerschen Mr. Paul Kerschen (UC Berkeley)
Paul Kerschen is a software developer active in numerous educational technology projects at UC Berkeley. At present he is contributing to a learning analytics pilot project consisting of a dashboard integrated with the university’s LMS and custom tools, backed by a learning records store interoperable with the xAPI and IMS Caliper standards. Before joining UC Berkeley as a developer, he earned a Ph.D. in the school’s English department.

 

Yeonjeong_Park Dr. Yeonjeong Park (Honam University, KR)
Yeonjeong Park(ypark@honam.ac.kr) is an Assistant Professor at the Honam University, South Korea. She has been working on diverse learning analytics projects as a Research Professor at the Ewha Womans University. She also worked as a HR Strategic Consultant in Samsung SDS, after completing her Ph.D. in Instructional Design and Technology at the Virginia Tech in the USA. She has published several articles on social theories of learning, educational data mining, learning analytics and emerging technologies in education and training.

Charles teaches two popular MOOCs to students worldwide on the Coursera platform: Internet History, Technology, and Security and Programming for Everybody and is a long-time advocate of open educational resources to empower teachers.

 

Jihyun Yu Jihyun Yu(Ewha Womans University, KR)
Jihyun Yu(jeehyunee625@gmail.com) is an Graduate Student at the Ewha Womans University, South Korea. She has been working on learning analytics projects as a Research Assistant at the LAPA Lab. She has presented studies on Learning Analytics Dashboard and Prediction model in LMS.

 

Rasmus Blok Rasmus Blok (UNIwise, DK)
Rasmus Blok(rasmus@uniwise.dk) is an Executive Director, Development of UNIwise, Denmark. He is responsible for the development of WISEflow. As a former researcher, professor, head of educational IT at Aarhus University he knows what makes a difference for the users.

 

Jungho Park CEO Jungho Park (Leo) (UNIwise Korea / DUCOgen Ltd, KR)
Jungho Park(ceo@ducowise.com) is owner at DUCOgen and representative of UNIwise Korea and graduated educational technology from Hanyang University, South Korea. He has worked for over ten-years as a founder and vice president at Wedu communications, renowned for its services and products including digital contents for e-book and e-learning. DUCOgen is international joint-venture with UNIwise from Denmark for extending its business to global educational service market. We head for an ideal state as emerging edutainment services through full of experiences of e-learning contents. UNIwise is an independent software and consultant company with the motto of creating intelligent educational solutions, WISEflow, targeting assessment and exams for educational sectors. WISEflow is a well proved cloud-based service that makes digital assessment easy, fast and secure and leads No 1. Educational assessment platform in Scandinavian.

 

Eunji Lee Eunji Lee(Ewha Womans University, KR)
Eunji Lee(erin3779@gmail.com) is an Graduate Student at the Ewha Womans University, South Korea. She has been working on learning analytics projects as a Research Assistant at the LAPA Lab. She has presented studies on Exploring Relation between Visual Attention and Learning Analytics Dashboard Comprehension.