You now have greater access to student activity in your course through a new feature in MyUni that supports evidence-informed engagement in your learning and teaching activities. The new feature “LMS Analytics” has been added to Semester 1, 2018 MyUni courses. LMS Analytics enables staff to – see the number of Views and Participations in […]
The fastest way to get an overview or a brief insight on the activities in your course before a ‘ big dive’ is to get data from the Analytics User Interface in the LMS. Instructors can find a number of user interface buttons/icons for easy access to the captured digital footprints generated by learners, making it […]
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Welcome to our very first blog on the Learning Analytics project! ‘Learning Analytics’ is defined by The University of Adelaide as: “The practice of developing actionable insights through the collection, analysis and reporting of data about learners and their contexts, for purposes of understanding and optimising learning and the environments in which it occurs. ” […]