Six Basic Learning Analytics That Can Drive Student Success

It is mid-semester, and you are excited as you have spent a lot of time creating content for your course and designing online activities to engage students. You are wondering whether and how students are using these materials. Below, I highlight six types of readily available data that can give you a glimpse into students’ engagement with course material. These learning analytics can provide useful insights for both you and your students and can be very helpful in supporting students.

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