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Title: How can the EMMA approach to learning analytics improve employability?
Authors: Brouns, Francis
Tammets, Kairit
Padrón-Nápoles, Carmen L.
Keywords: EMMA
learning analytics
key competences
21st century skills
learning to learn
EMMA platform
Issue Date: 1-Oct-2014
Citation: Brouns, F., Tammets, K., & Padrón-Nápoles, C. L. (2014, 16-19 September). How can the EMMA approach to learning analytics improve employability? Paper presented at the EC-TEL Workshop Can MOOCs save Europe's unemployed youth? EC-TEL 2014. Ninth European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning. Open Learning and Teaching in Educational Communities, Graz, Austria. Available at
Abstract: In our current society there is a strong need for citizens to work on their employability and to develop key competences. Developing those competences should starts during formal education, but maintained throughout working life. MOOCs can accommodate several of the needs of the lifelong learners. EMMA facilitates learners in obtaining their personalised learning goals. And an integrated learning analytic solution will help to track the learning process and provide actionable feedback to improve, correct and ensure the achievement of students’ learning goals
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