Sponsored: Technology captures data constantly and can be used to generate reports on individual students and groups but also future outcomes
Wayfinding, intelligent timetabling and emotion recognition: The future of our campuses is smart
What can universities do to spot and help struggling students before they decide to stop studying?
Collected data helps to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of organisations, helping to manage staff and make strategic management decisions
Phil Richards, Chief Innovation Officer at Jisc, discusses how technology could monitor and improve the wellbeing of students
In March 2017, the French EdTech observatory was released.
The survey also found that 98% of HE students think that technology is becoming increasingly important in education
Universities need to use learning analytics to improve what they offer students, says Andy Alferovs, managing director of Kortext
Jisc's Martyn Harrow looks at how big data could further help transform teaching and learning in UK universities
Two recent government announcements put learning analytics centre stage, explains Phil Richards, Chief Innovation Officer, Jisc
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