Learning analytics are taken up and used widely, including deployment at scale.
This proposition focuses on the level of usage of learning analytics, and is concerned with institutional and policy perspectives.
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Key QuestionsAre learning analytics a fad that will never really get off the ground at real scale? Will learning analytics ever move beyond pilot projects and demos? If a system is deployed across an organisation, do the teachers and learners actually use it?
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