Analytics: Improving the Student Experience through Feedback

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This project encompassed four areas of activity with the aim of both impacting students through the feedback of learning data; and impacting teaching staff through methods for designing student feedback which in turn feeds back into learning design. Knowledge in design methods for developing a feedback experience for students was gathered, as well as technical expertise in xAPI standard for … Read More

Practical Analytics

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In 2015 we ran our practical analytics project.  As well as using feedback from student activity to improve course design we also ran a number of events. You can view the blogs where videos of many of these events are available. www.practicalanalytic.wordpress.com. One major achievement from the project was how Kat Daley from Global Urban and Social Studies was able … Read More

RMIT Vietnam Hackathon

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A number of us have been discussing how we might set up a data hackathon at RMIT Melbourne. It was great to find out that RMIT Vietnam is planning a hackathon with Facebook  on 30 – 31 July. They are keen to have more students take part and are extending the invitation more widely. Attendance in Ho Chi Minh is … Read More

Fitbit for Education

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  photo by Lee Bennett cc licence on Flickr There are a number of challenges we are now facing with learner analytics. In our 2016 LTIF project we have a number of courses providing meaningful feedback to students, however, we are not able to at present provide meaningful comparisons of activity between these courses. The great advantage of the x-Api … Read More

Student analytics: First steps

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First steps

As part of our Analytics project we have started providing students with their learner data. This data includes information about how often and how long they have been using accessing Blackboard, the number of posts they have made in Google Communities and the number of weekly tasks they have completed compared to other students. So far we have extracted data … Read More

3 Data and Analytics events

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We’re hitting the ground running with data wrangling this year. Here are three events you might like to check out.   1. Wikidata with Andy Mabbett This is a seminar and networking event centered around wikidata projects. Wikidata is the creation of international, multilingual databases, for example the geo locations of public art, or the names and basic biographical data of female … Read More