Talis Elevate at ALT-C Event

Written by Matt East, Learning Technologies Lead, Talis – 

Every year across the sector, there seems to be a hot topic which emerges. Over the past couple of years, flexible pedagogies such as Flipped Teaching or Team Based Learning arose as real areas of interest. This past year, new methods for curriculum design such as ABC, or investigation into the online student experience have become prevalent, but one that has been bubbling consistently over the years is user analytics. More recently, this has evolved into a discussion around dashboarding; pulling data from a number of sources into a single platform, giving teachers and universities a wider picture of a students interaction with learning tools and services, and other ancillary services across a University. Whilst these systems will never give us a complete picture of what’s going on across institutions, they are now offering a much greater insight into user behaviour, trends, and support requirements for individuals to improve their chances of success.

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