Learning analytics improve learning support and teaching, including retention, completion and progression.
This proposition is about improvements to teaching and learning that are not direct learning gains by the learner.
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Key QuestionsDo learning analytics optimise the learning process? Does that lead to more efficient processes, allow resources to be better targeted, and save money and time? Do learning analytics lead to improvements in retention, completion and progression?
Most Viewed Evidence
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