Do Clicks Count to Increase Student Achievement? Learner Analytics on a Large-Enrollment Hybrid Course - Sponsored furniture provided by Steelcase, Gold Partner

Wednesday, October 16 | 4:40PM–5:30PM | Meeting Room 304A/B
Session Type: Professional Development
Improving student persistence through academic technologies, especially among underrepresented minority students, is a goal at many colleges and universities. This presentation will discuss a pilot learning analytics research project on a redesigned hybrid large-enrollment course that explored the relationship between LMS activity, student background characteristics, and student achievement.

Learn why LMS use is a better predictor of grade than traditional demographic data from the student information system. | Learn why substantial data filtering is required to convert LMS log files. | Learn strategies to secure institutional support for learning analytics.


  • Kathy Fernandes

    Academic Technology Officer, California State University, Chico
  • John Whitmer

    Senior Fellow, Federation of American Scientists

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