CASE STUDY: Using Analytics for Learn to share information at scale

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By Ian Holder (Charles Sturt University)



The Division of Learning and Teaching works in partnership with Divisions, Colleges and Departments to enhance student learning through the support of its teaching staff. Over the past 4 years, learning analytics has increasingly been employed to enhance learning and teaching. Implementing Pyramid reports is one way of making course-level analytics available to both instructional designers and teaching staff by using dashboards for easy data consolidation and visualisation. We have begun experimenting with exporting the underlying data for multiple courses to Excel for data analysis or for use in Tableau, creating new and experimental visualisations of learning analytics data.


Institutional Success Tour One-Pager from the 2018 Blackboard Analytics Symposium