Category Archives: learning analytics

Do we need assessment at all?

I’m surprised I haven’t posted on this before, but it looks as if I haven’t, and I am reminded to do so now by another New Scientist piece, this time from back in January: Rutkin, A. (2nd Jan 2016) Robotutor … Continue reading

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What do I really think about learning analytics?

There have been two very good webinars on learning analytics recently in the Transforming Assessment series. On 9th Sept 2015, Cath Ellis from the University of New South Wales and Rachel Forsyth from Manchester Metropolitan University spoke on “What can … Continue reading

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Why learning analytics have to be clever

  I am surprised that I haven’t posted the figure below previously, but I don’t think I have. It shows the number of independent users (dark blue) and usages (light blue) on a question by question basis. So the light … Continue reading

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