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The word “analytics” has become a buzzword in current educational technology conversations, applied to everything from analysis of student work to LMS usage reporting to institutional analysis of ERP data. Broadly speaking, Learner Analytics refers to the analysis of student data using statistical techniques to improve decision-making. In the context of educational technology, Learner Analytics promises to improve our understanding of effective (and ineffective) student learning and technology usage. What progress have we seen in realizing this promise? This session offers a discussion of the promise of Learner Analytics, current research findings and tools, and explores examples from CSU Chico and the CSU Office of the Chancellor.