My previous post on analytics for online learning made a few simple but effective suggestions. These were all focused on using data from Google Analytics to gain meaningful insights which you could then use to improve the online learning experience.
However, this is only one aspect of a robust … Continue reading
Web analytics for online learning – a revised definition
Web Analytics 2.0 is the analysis of qualitative and quantitative data from your website learning management system and the competition other e-learning providers, to drive a continual improvement of the online learning experience that your customers and potential customers learners have, which translates into your desired educational outcomes (online and offline).
This is the most … Continue reading
This post is part of an effort to explore how different online learning methods affect knowledge retention among students.
Studies show that blended learning courses, a.k.a hybrid courses, are more effective than simple class-only courses.
Blended learning courses combine face-to-face learning and class time with a body of digital … Continue reading