The impact of 151 learning designs on student satisfaction and performance: social learning (analytics) matters

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Since LAK2015 an increasing number of researchers are taking learning design into consideration when predicting learning behavior and outcomes across different modules. Learning design is widely studied in the Higher Education sector, but few studies have empirically connected learning designs of a substantial number of courses with learning behavior in Learning Management Systems (LMSs) and learning performance. This study builds on preliminary learning design work that was presented at LAK2015 by the Open University UK. In this study we linked 151 modules and 111.256 students with students' behavior (

Citation: Bart Rienties and Lisette Toetenel (2016). "The impact of 151 learning designs on student satisfaction and performance: social learning (analytics) matters". In Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Learning Analytics & Knowledge (LAK '16). ACM, New York.