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Category: CS Analytics
In learning analytics, we want to take data about our students and teachers and use this to help us understand each other and to make our learning and teaching experiences better. Rather than just collect and focus on some of the measurements that we already know about attendance, grade performance, and so on, analytics research by the CSER group looks for key indicators that we can use to measure the impact of change in pedagogical practice. Analytics is more than simple statistics, because it requires a detailed investigation of qualitative, quantitative and behavioural aspects (such as cognitive biases) to develop truly useful analytical processes.