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Bridging Learning & Work Performance with Learning Analytics
Gain practical insights on how analytics are being applied to address two major concerns in the Learning and Development space – Business and Learning Performance.

Learn how relevant data can be captured and translated into important information for strategic planning and decision making.

Take this chance to gain tips on not just HOW to kickstart your exploration but also HOW to continue using data to elevate business, learning and work performance. Deep dive into analytics together with leading experts and practitioners.

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Associate Professor Lee Yew Haur
Singapore University of Social Sciences
Experienced in learning and business analytics, Professor Lee will share the SUSS Learning Analytics Journey. He will explore the questions to pose when making analytics feasible and share insights on using analytics in an academic setting.
Evan Dumas
Head of Enterprise Asia Pacific, Pluralsight
With over 20 years of experience from Silicon Valley to the Asia Pacific, focusing primarily on enterprises and vendors with complex product lines like software and cloud, Evan Dumas will share about actionable intelligence and data-driven learning for the L&D sector. He will share HOW Pluralsight uses analytics to drive learning and business performance.
Yueh Phern
CEO & Founder of KiteSense
KiteSense is an EdTech startup based in Singapore. The KiteSense application revolutionizes education by empowering educators to shift from a one-size fits all approach, to providing differentiated and personalized instruction. Yueh Phern will share on how learning analytics can empower workplace learning, and how KiteSense enables instructors to bring together learner data, insights and teaching materials together so instructors can reach their teaching goals faster.
Dr. Alex Biotteau
Senior Researcher Fellow and Research Coordinator for ALSET, NUS
Alex is a Senior Research Fellow at the NUS Institute for Applied Learning Sciences and Educational Technology (ALSET). He previously worked in executive education and research administration for Sciences Po (Paris) and INSEAD, and collaborated with the World Bank on digital skills training in Southeast Asia. He holds an MSc in Sociology and a PhD in Political Science (Sciences Po). His research interests and experience in learning analytics, and lifelong learning, will help facilitate his role as a moderator and make this session beneficial for the training and adult education sector.