An important feature of the itslearning LMS is its integrated learning analytics tools that are flexible, interoperable and customisable to the needs of all levels of an institution. These tools allow you to obtain learning analytics that provide insights into user engagement, student progress, learning objective achievement and more. Learning analytics can provide important insights into how your LMS is being used, enabling you to support students and teachers to be more successful.
Here are some of the ways you can use the learning analytics available to you within the itslearning LMS to promote success at your institution:
Monitor Student Progress
View trends and progress reports in the grade book to quickly identify students who may be struggling or improving over time. Use advanced reporting of learning analytics to monitor student progress toward specific learning objectives, and pinpoint the students who are not mastering. Then, use the Recommendation Engine to assign personalised tasks for students who require additional help or interventions.
With the itslearning LMS, you can see learning analytics for how often course elements are being accessed and used. When visits are unusually low for a particular assessment or module of course content, send students a message to remind them to complete the assignment.
Especially as you implement a new LMS at your institution, it’s important to make sure that it is being used to its highest potential. Learning analytics give you the ability to view course visits over time, allowing you to make sure that consistent use of the LMS is growing as students and teachers become more familiar with the platform. If user engagement is low, provide teachers with professional development resources to further understand the LMS and better utilize it in their classroom.
Choose the Best Course Content
Discover if your course elements are appropriately aligned to learning objectives by viewing statistics and data in the itslearning LMS. If specific course elements aren’t paired well with standards or learning objectives or if there are gaps in the curriculum, find better aligned content by searching through the itslearning library.
Predict Student Dropouts
Most universities experience a high number of student dropout rates, but with learning analytics, you can work to reduce student dropouts by identifying dropout candidates at an early stage. By looking at advanced reports in the itslearning LMS, you can gain valuable insights to increase platform usage, user engagement, student progress and learning objective achievement, therefore supporting potential dropout candidates to be more successful before they make the decision to withdraw.