Learning analytics is one of the hottest trends in higher education today and we can’t wait to hear details of how the University of Wisconsin-Madison is creating its program and rolling out improvements to benefit both staff and students. The session at the EDUCAUSE ELI (@EDUCAUSELI) conference in Anaheim on Feb. 20 will include three officials from the university—Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning Steven Cramer (@cramersm), Director of Academic Technology Linda Jorn, and Senior Evaluation Consultant Kimberly Arnold (@kimberlyarnold)— who will explain how this 44,000-student public university created organization capacity for these changes. At CirQlive, we know colleges are striving to offer both students and staff a seamless system that incorporates everything from face-to-face classes, online learning, and web conferencing. Creating a scalable and sustainable foundation to manage this work results in better security and improved learning for students. This session on scalable learning analytics will give us additional insight about metrics that matter and how best to serve our CirQlive customers.