Scott Harrison

About This Project

Current research


My PhD analysed the relationship between an Early Alert System 
(used to identify students at academic risk) and the retention rate 
at an Australian University. This incorporated detailed statistical 
analysis using microeconometric methods, while incorporating 
theory from the field of education. My current research focuses 
on linking education to employment through data frameworks 
develop within the learning analytics field.

Teaching experience

2011 - 2015: University of New England Australia
Teaching Assistant: QM161 - Introductory Business Statistics 
Teaching Assistant: Econ101 - Introductory Microeconomics 
Teaching Assistant: Econ102 - Macroeconomics 
Course Coordinator: QM367 - Survey Method and Design 
Course Coordinator: QM161 - Introductory Business Statistics
Course Coordinator: Econ101 - Introductory Microeconomics 
Current position

Marie Curie Research Fellow University of Siegen, Siegen, Germany

Fields of expertise

Microeconometrics, Statistics, Education, Learning Analytics

Business, Computer science, Education
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