Andrew Krumm is an Assistant Professor of Learning Health Sciences, specializing in learning analytics and quality improvement. Prior to joining the Department of Learning Health Sciences at the University of Michigan, Andrew was the Director of Learning Analytics Research at Digital Promise and a Senior Education Researcher in the Center for Technology in Learning at SRI International. At both organizations, Andrew specialized in developing data-intensive research-practice partnerships with educational organizations of all types. As a learning scientist, Andrew’s work explores the use of data-intensive research methods to measure learning and improve learning environments in health and education systems.
Areas of Interest
Research and scholarly interests: Learning analytics, data science, quality improvement, improvement science, and organizational learning
Subject matter expertise: Learning sciences, data-intensive research methods
Other professional highlights:
- Author of the book "Learning Analytics Goes to School: A Collaborative Approach to Improving Education"
- Krumm AE, Beattie R, Takahashi S, D’Angelo C, Feng M, Cheng, B. Practical measurement and productive persistence: Strategies for using digital learning system data to drive improvement. Journal of Learning Analytics 3(2): 116-138, 2016.
- Krumm AE, Waddington RJ, Teasley SD, Lonn, S. Using learning analytics to support academic advising in undergraduate engineering education. In Larusson JA, White B (Eds). Learning analytics: From research to practice (pp. 103-119). New York: Springer, 2014.
- Krumm AE, Holmstrom KR. Enacting and justifying local reforms: Implications for understanding change in educational organizations. Leadership and Policy in Schools 10: 294-321, 2011.