Analytics in education is still at its early stage and most of the work in this area is conceptual and comprises small scale funded projects. with the growing adoption of technology in education and with better data gathering and analysis tools available, analytics will play a significant role in improving administration, research, teaching and learning, and resource provision in education. Analytics poses a new challenge and provides opportunities for educators and technologists to work together to explore new tools and techniques to use data effectively, to bring real changes in teaching and learning and to transform the accountability, efficiency and relevance of education.
The following are some examples of analytics applications (platforms and specific tools) and organisational initiatives in education:
Adaptive testing, tracking and reporting: Most large corporations such as Pearson, Blackboard and Desire2Learn have invested heavily in analytics to capture a significant amount of data, including the time spent on a resource, frequency of posting, number of logins, etc....to find out more about how to utilize the available data more efficiently to gain a competitive edge, you may contact us by email at info@eCfatum.com or email@example.com or Tel07508 188212
Analytics tools for early alert, intervention and collaboration:Some analytical tools have been developed to track students’ academic performances by integrating their data collected from a variety of information management systems, allowing educators to assess the risk, initiate early interventions and support collaborative learning.
Analytics projects for institutional efficiency and effectiveness:There are a number of institutional analytics initiatives which enable institutions to measure their business and operational performance, and improve the effectiveness of operations, including admission management and drop-out prevention, resource management, financial planning, etc.