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Learner Analytics

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Overview:  Learner analytics is part of the "big data" conversation. In essence, the strategy implies that we do three things:


  1. Assess students early, often, and meaningfully in a course -- including assessments of non-graded motivational indicators, such as logging into the course web site and doing ungraded practice problems (for example);
  2. Identify those students who, at every assessment moment, fall below a threshold for understanding or engagement; and
  3. Quickly and efficiently stage meaningful interventions for those students who are struggling to help them get back on the right track.


This strategy is powered by the fact that, increasingly, our assessments and course activities are conducted in a digital context. For more information about Learning Analytics at MNSU, please refer to our Learner Analytics page under Innovation.