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Victor D. Boantza and Leslie Tomory

earlier figures included Joan Baptista van Helmont, Johann Joachim Becher, Samuel Duclos, Martin Lister, and Robert Boyle. These authors in turn influenced Friedrich Hoffmann, Peter Shaw, John Rutty, Brownrigg, and Gabriel-François Venel in the first half of the eighteenth century.
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Jack Broerse, Darwin Muir, Peter Dodwell and Craig Shaw

Emerging Trends in Learning Analytics

Leveraging the Power of Education Data

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Edited by Myint Swe Khine

The term 'learning analytics' is defined as the measurement, collection, analysis, and reporting of information about learners and their contexts for the purposes of understanding and optimizing learning. In recent years learning analytics has emerged as a promising area of research that trails the digital footprint of the learners and extracts useful knowledge from educational databases to understand students’ progress and success. With the availability of an increased amount of data, potential benefits of learning analytics can be far-reaching to all stakeholders in education including students, teachers, leaders, and policymakers. Educators firmly believe that, if properly harnessed, learning analytics will be an indispensable tool to enhance the teaching-learning process, narrow the achievement gap, and improve the quality of education.

Many investigations have been carried out and disseminated in the literature and studies related to learning analytics are growing exponentially. This book documents recent attempts to conduct systematic, prodigious and multidisciplinary research in learning analytics and present their findings and identify areas for further research and development. The book also unveils the distinguished and exemplary works by educators and researchers in the field highlighting the current trends, privacy and ethical issues, creative and unique approaches, innovative methods, frameworks, and theoretical and practical aspects of learning analytics.

Contributors are: Arif Altun, Alexander Amigud, Dongwook An, Mirella Atherton, Robert Carpenter, Martin Ebner, John Fritz, Yoshiko Goda, Yasemin Gulbahar, Junko Handa, Dirk Ifenthaler, Yumi Ishige, Il-Hyun Jo, Kosuke Kaneko, Selcan Kilis, Daniel Klasen, Mehmet Kokoç, Shin'ichi Konomi, Philipp Leitner, ChengLu Li, Min Liu, Karin Maier, Misato Oi, Fumiya Okubo, Xin Pan, Zilong Pan, Clara Schumacher, Yi Shi, Atsushi Shimada, Yuta Taniguchi, Masanori Yamada, and Wenting Zou.

John G. McEvoy

to Stahl and the phlogiston theory, which he ultimately rejected as the product of a unifying vitalism and compositional chemistry at odds with his operational sensibilities.
 As Powers makes clear, Boerhaave’s text was valued by others—such as Peter Shaw, G.F Rouelle, William Cullen and Joseph Black

Michael Kallesøe Schmidt

compartmentalization of the essays is a complete restructuring of the Danish original. What is more, most references to H. ’s authorship are omitted, possibly in order to conceal the identity of the author of the essays. Instead, the name of the editor, Peter Shaw, appears in later references to the publication. The

Sebastian Vehlken

-Beispiel –, oder auf enzyklopädisches Lehrbuchwissen. Beiderlei gehört zwar zum Inventar, vor allem in Form der wiederkehrenden lexikalischen Rezitationen durch Justus Jonas im ersten Viertel fast jeder Folge, die meist quittiert werden von genervten Reaktionen seiner Partner, dem zweiten Detektiv Peter Shaw

Benjamin Noys

The Century 2007 [2005] Cambridge Polity Baudrillard Jean Poster Mark The Mirror of Production 1975 [1973] St Louis Telos Press Bürger Peter Shaw Michael Theory of the Avant-Garde 1984 [1974] Minneapolis University of Minnesota Press Clark

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Peter R. Anstey

. Here is a sampling of heads from Bacon’s Parasceve , Boyle’s history of the Earth (as reconfigured by Peter Shaw) and Buffon’s history of the Earth: Titles from Bacon’s Parasceve : 16. History of the Earth and sea; of their shape and extent, and how they lie in relation to each other, and how they

Michael Hunter and Peter Anstey

treatment that it deserves. 10 Yet Sargent’s discussion of Boyle’s com- mitment to Baconian natural history was necessarily schematic, sub- ordinated as it was to the task of expounding Boyle’s philosophy of experiment more generally. In fact, we are aware of no one since Peter Shaw’s treatment of the

Kim Charnley

Polity Bürger Peter Shaw Michael Theory of the Avant-Garde 1984 Minneapolis University of Minnesota Press Carnevale Fulvia Kelsey John ‘Art of the Possible: Interview with Jacques Rancière’ Artforum 2007 256 269 March