SoLAR PhD Thesis Hub


Learning Analytics is so multidisciplinary that PhD theses can take a wide variety of forms, written in different 'genres' inherited from their parent disciplines. Seeing examples of completed theses should help prospective/current students (and perhaps supervisor committees) as they plan PhDs, and consider how to communicate their work.

This resource is provided by SoLAR as a 'one-stop-shop' to search for Learning Analytics PhD theses.

We invite you to submit your PhD thesis details, and spread the word to other PhD graduates. After being reviewed, it will be added to the Learning Analytics thesis listing.

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A joint initiative from the SoLAR Education Working Group and Student Special Interest Group

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Author: firstname(s) *
Author: family name(s) *
Twitter ID
Thesis title *
Publication year *
Thesis URL (ideally a permanent institutional archive) *
Abstract *
Keywords *
Institution *
Centre/Lab/Institute, etc. *
Country *
Methodology keywords (e.g. Social Network Analysis; Latent Dirichlet Allocation; Inductive Coding; Grounded Theory; Case Studies)
Software tools used (e.g. Python packages ABC; R packages XYZ)
Open science availability of data/tools
Your personal/current website
Google Scholar or other publication profile links
Further notes to help others find or benefit from your thesis
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