Case Study J: Collating Data from Multiple Sources to Identify At-Risk Students

Case Study J: Collating Data from Multiple Sources to Identify At-Risk Students

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Lee Richardson

Organisation(s)

Dublin Business School

Discipline(s)

Teaching & Learning

Topic(s)

Learning Analytics, Student Success

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CC BY

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PDF

Keywords

engagement, Learning analytics, ORLA, Psychology, student success

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Case Study J: Collating Data from Multiple Sources to Identify At-Risk Students

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