Data-Informed language learning

@inproceedings{GodwinJones2017DataInformedLL,
  title={Data-Informed language learning},
  author={Robert Godwin-Jones},
  year={2017}
}
Data is being collected about us constantly—as we browse the web, make purchases online, run a red light, use an ID to enter a workplace, or carry out multiple other activities where cameras, sensors, and data capture devices are in place. The data collected may be of little practical value to us. In fact, it may in some instances be considered an invasion of privacy. On the other hand, large sets of data can be beneficial to educational institutions (learning analytics), companies (customer… CONTINUE READING

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