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Learning Analytics are any piece of information that can help an LMS user improve learning outcomes. Users include students, teachers, administrators and decision-makers.
 
Learning Analytics are any piece of information that can help an LMS user improve learning outcomes. Users include students, teachers, administrators and decision-makers.
 
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== Moodle Plugins ==
 
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<nowiki>*</nowiki> Reported usage is drawn from the [http://research.moodle.net/71/1/Plugins%20Usage%20Survey%202015%20Report.pdf Plugins Usage Survey from 2015].
 
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* [http://damos.world/2013/08/30/the-moodle-activity-viewer-mav-heatmaps-of-student-activity/ Moodle Activity Viewer] (MAV) ([https://github.com/damoclark/mav-enterprise Git])
 
* [http://damos.world/2013/08/30/the-moodle-activity-viewer-mav-heatmaps-of-student-activity/ Moodle Activity Viewer] (MAV) ([https://github.com/damoclark/mav-enterprise Git])
 
* [http://www.intelliboard.net/ Intelliboard]
 
* [http://www.intelliboard.net/ Intelliboard]
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== Dimensions of Analytics ==
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Learning analytics are a concept that has been emerging under a number of different names through the past decades. Its origins lie in research in data mining and intelligent tutoring systems. LA tools can be categorised in a number of ways. The diagram below describes such tools by how deeply they are integrated with other systems ([http://www.netdimensions.com/downloads-2015/others/lms-evolution-or-extinction.pdf?mkt_tok=3RkMMJWWfF9wsRokuKjMZKXonjHpfsX56OQtW6CwlMI%2F0ER3fOvrPUfGjI4DTsdlI%2BSLDwEYGJlv6SgFS7fAMaFl3bgIWBY%3D source]).
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== See also... ==
 
== See also... ==

Revision as of 00:02, 12 January 2016

Learning Analytics are any piece of information that can help an LMS user improve learning outcomes. Users include students, teachers, administrators and decision-makers.

Moodle Plugins

There are a number of reports, blocks and other plugins for Moodle that provide learning analytics.

Plugin Plugin type Standard / Additional Useful for Reported usage*
Logs Report Standard Teachers, Admins, Decision-makers 71.4%
Activity Report Standard Teachers 69.1%
Activity completion Report Standard Teachers 66.3%
Live logs Report Standard Teachers, Admins 55.2%
(Quiz) Statistics Report Standard Teachers 53.0%
(Course) Participation Report Standard Teachers 49.9%
Survey Activity Standard Teachers 45.6%
Course overview Report Standard Admins, Decision-makers 45.0%
Course completion status Block Standard Students 41.4%
Progress Bar Block Additional Students, Teachers 32.0%
Events list Report Standard Teachers, Admins 28.6%
Activity results block Block Standard Students 26.1%
Configurable Reports

(A list of contributed reports)

Block (Report) Additional Teachers, Admins, Decision-makers 22.7%
(Gradebook) Overview Report Standard Teachers, Students N/A
Ad-hoc database queries Report Additional Teachers, Admins, Decision-makers N/A
Engagement Analytics Block, Report, Activity module Additional Teachers N/A
Course Dedication Block Additional Students, Teachers N/A
Graph Stats Block Additional Teachers, Admins N/A
GISMO, a graphical interactive student monitoring Block Additional Teachers N/A

* Reported usage is drawn from the Plugins Usage Survey from 2015.

Integrations with Moodle

A number of systems integrate with Moodle to provide learning analytics information.

Dimensions of Analytics

Learning analytics are a concept that has been emerging under a number of different names through the past decades. Its origins lie in research in data mining and intelligent tutoring systems. LA tools can be categorised in a number of ways. The diagram below describes such tools by how deeply they are integrated with other systems (source).

Learning-analytics.png

See also...