Using data to support student success

Many university activities have switched to digital realms meaning institutions have access to more data, enabling greater insights into students’ learning and well-being. But will greater digitisation of higher education result in better support for students? And does everyone in higher education know how to use data to help students succeed? This collection offers examples of how academics and administrators at institutions around the world are using data responsibly to support student success.

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What can human behaviour analytics tell us about student learning?

Human behaviour analytics could be the answer to enhanced student engagement and better learning experiences in computer-aided learning environments

Fang Chen, Kun Yu

University of Technology Sydney

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