While most higher ed institutions are familiar with the relentless stream of information known as big data, the means of actually using that information to improve teaching and learning is still somewhat of a mystery. “College classrooms all over the world are continuously collecting data, much of which disappears into a black hole,” complained Eric Mazur a professor of physics and applied sciences and the area dean of applied sciences at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA.More
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