LMS Performance Analysis: Using Web Analytics Methods To Improve eLearning Delivery

LMS is the heart of every online course, and links all of the business and educational processes together. In order to tailor it best to the users’ needs, training providers need to be able to identify business and IT processes, as well as content elements that have scope for further improvement. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

7 Top Big Data Analytics Challenges Faced By Business Enterprises

You would be surprised to know that the amount of data being produced by large business enterprises is tremendously growing at a rate of 40 to 60% per year. Simply storing this voluminous amount of data is not going to be productive for your business. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Instructional Design: Data Is The New Plastics

In the classic movie, The Graduate, Dustin Hoffman's character gets pulled aside to hear the advice of the century. One word: plastics. For a Learning and Development professional today, that one word would be data. Data is the new plastics! Let's do some hands-on machine learning! This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Top 6 LMS Reports For Globalized Online Training

Let’s face it, there aren’t enough hours in the day to monitor every aspect of your corporate eLearning program. In this article, I’ll highlight the top 6 LMS reports you should watch in order to maximize your global online training. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Driving Employee Performance Through Data Analytics

Learning practitioners ask us, “How do you get employees to apply what they learn?” and “How do you prove they actually apply those skills?”. By driving employee performance through a focused assessment strategy. Here's our experience working with a prominent Fortune 50 consumer electronics company. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Themenschwerpunkt: Learning Analytics

Martin Ebner (TU Graz) leitet den Themenschwerpunkt des FNMA-Magazins ein, indem er auf die Unterschiede zwischen Educational Data Mining (EDM), Learning Analytics und Academic Analytics hinweist. Neun kurze Beiträge geben einen Einblick in die aktuelle Praxis – und das heißt: erste, einzelne Projekte an einzelnen Hochschulen. Dabei geht es zum Beispiel darum, die Online-Aktivitäten der Studierenden auszuwerten, um die Lehre zu verbessern. Oder darum, rechtzeitig Studierende mit unterdurchschnittlichen Leistungen identifizieren zu können. Ein Artikel merkt an, dass Learning Analytics in den Schulen noch nicht angekommen ist. Aber fast alle Artikel verweisen auf die große Bedeutung des Datenschutzes. Die Inhalte des Magazins sind übrigens unter Creative Commons lizenziert.
FNMA Magazin, 01/2018 (pdf)