As Coursera co-founder Daphne Koller said: “The availability of these really large amounts of data provides us with insights into how people learn, what they understand, what they don’t understand, what are the factors that cause some students to get it and others not that is unprecedented, I think, in the realm of education.”
As organizations spent millions on training and learning, HR directors, Software companies, researchers, educators, and university leaders are starting to recognize the value of data. Corporations want to see some results.
Data analytics help you improve your training & learning programs
At B-MOOC Factory we believe that one of the main output raised from a MOOC project is the real-time analytics offered by MOOCs platform. They are able to track and analyze every aspect of the learner experience. They provide data that assess course data, from mouse clicks to time spent on tasks, to evaluating how students respond to various assessments.
Any training department has tools to understand how students learn and are engaged, what formats work best, how faculty can best teach and how performant and effective is your learning strategy. It is improving how training influence the success of your employees and your organization.
These learning analytics should be share on real time with learners in order to help them improve their ways and method of learning. It influence learner behavior while a course is in progress.
Data analytics help you to know more about each targeted community and then to fulfill the targeted ROI.
Once you have put, into your learning platform, in place a “targeted offer” for each “targeted community”, the “targeted community” should be active on your platform. Then you can know more about it.