Monday 13 July 2020 - 3:30-5:00 pm
[UPDATE: watch the seminar recording on the ALSET YouTube Channel]
Are you interested in educational research? Would you like to obtain data to understand the way students learn and improve your teaching?
The NUS Institute for Applied Learning Sciences and Educational Technology (ALSET) is managing the data you need. De-identified data on 170, 000 NUS students and former students are available in the ALSET Data Lake (ADL). These data sets are available to NUS faculty for research on learning and teaching.
Join our next webinar, on Monday 13 July, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm, and learn more on the ALSET Data Lake:
- the kind of information available;
- accessing the ADL for research projects;
- using the ADL to answer questions about teaching and learning;
Dr. Tan Teck Kiang and Dr. Alex Biotteau will give an overview of the Data Lake, present a few case studies, demonstrate the easy process to access the online platform, and suggest ways to carry out analysis using the ADL for research purposes.
The presentation will be held online.
Please RSVP to be invited to the webinar