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CIC Farewells Staff

At the end of 2017, we said goodbye to six of the team! Theresa Anderson, Simon Knight, Jack Schmidt and Kailash Awati moved with the Master of Data Science and Innovation (MDSI) to the new Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation (FTI), with Simon securing a new Lectureship (congrats!). With the subsequent reduction in student related activity, we also farewelled our Course Manager, Georgia Markakis, who is now the Program and Events Manager at Chief Executive Women. And last but not least, ...
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Training: Writing Analytics Workshop for UTS Staff

The Connected Intelligence Centre ran a hands-on workshop for UTS staff on Writing Analytics. The workshop exposed attendees to the use of Natural Language Processing (NLP) tools, explored the potential and pitfalls of writing analytics and discussed the broader educational issues in this space. Event details Date: Tuesday June 6, 2017 Time: 12:30 - 3:30pm  Location: CIC Ideation Studio, Building 22, UTS (Blacfriars Precinct) For details of the capabilities of CIC’s writing analytics tool, an...
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Publications

Browse recent publications and conference presentations from CIC academic staff and PhD students. (Note: In the computing sciences, educational technology and learning analytics, papers accepted in the premier  conferences are double-blind reviewed, full length articles, archived in the digital libraries of professional societies such as ACM and IEEE.) Shibani, A., Knight, S. and Buckingham Shum, S. (2022). Questioning learning analytics? Cultivating critical engagement as student auto...
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People

Academic Team Simon Buckingham Shum Director &Professor of Learning Informatics [CIC News] “Liminal Space... when you have left the tried and true but have not yet been able to replace it with anything else. If you are not trained in how to hold anxiety, how to live with ambiguity, how to entrust and wait, you will run… anything to flee this terrible cloud of unknowing.” - Richard Rohr Ruth Deakin Crick Visiting Professor of Learn...
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