The workshop is organised by Lorenzo Vigentini (UNSW Sydney), Danny Liu (University of Sydney) and Lisa Lim (University of South Australia).
All submissions will be rigorously peer reviewed and accepted papers will feature in the LAK20 Companion Proceedings (details available in the submission page).
Lorenzo Vigentini @l_vigentini is the Academic lead in Educational analytics in the portfolio of the Pro-Vice Chancellor Education at UNSW Australia. Lorenzo’s background is in Psychology, Learning and teaching in the Higher Education sector and he has a lot of experience in IT/e-learning developments and deployments. His expertise is into learning processes at the crossing between cognitive psychology, differential psychology, education and human-computer interaction. Together with his interest in innovation and technology, he has been leading various Learning Analytics initiatives and projects at UNSW including the establishment of the Learning Analytics and Educational Data science research group.
Danny Liu @dannydotliu is a Senior Lecturer in Academic Development and Leadership in the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Education) Portfolio at the University of Sydney. Danny is a molecular biologist by training, programmer by night, researcher and academic developer by day, and educator at heart. A multiple national teaching award winner, he works at the confluence of learning analytics, student engagement, educational technology, and professional development and leadership to enhance the student experience. He is one of the team leads on the award-winning learning analytics tool, the Student Relationship Engagement System.
Lisa Lim @LisaAngeLim is a PhD student at the University of South Australia. Lisa has a background in educational Psychology, and served for more than 10 years as an academic developer. Her doctoral research is aimed at understanding how students engage with student-facing learning analytics applications. Currently she is assisting with the deployment of OnTask at UniSA and she has been involved in several projects in Australia.