Assessing the Success of Analytics-led Interventions

Assessing the Success of Analytics-led Interventions

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National Forum

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Teaching & Learning

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Learning Analytics, Student Success

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Learning analyticsORLAqualityReviewstudent success

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Assessing the Success of Analytics-led Interventions

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Analytics is an evidence-based methodology that prizes empirical information. As such it is appropriate that institutions should be able to provide an evidential foundation for the success of analytics itself. HEIs should seek to iteratively assess the effectiveness of their analytics strategy to ensure that it is having a positive impact on students’ experience. This document briefly discusses some of the considerations and challenges that should be born in mind when institutions are attempting analytical self-reflection.

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