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A reworked version of presentation for ASCILITE'09 paper (http://tr.im/FD7a).

A reworked version of presentation for ASCILITE'09 paper (http://tr.im/FD7a).

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  • To the rescue come academic analytics and related work. Folk doing studies of LMS usage through a variety of means. All aiming to give us better data on which to make decisions. All finding certain patterns, correlations and/or relationships
  • But this work is not with out its limitations. There is room for more work, or at least we thought so. Explain each in turn
  • There are significant limitations on what this information can tell on it’s own. Needs to be applied intelligently in a contextual and contingent way. Needs combination with other methods.
  • Let’s talk about the CQU context
  • Quickly talk about the different types of students. Explain the reason for mentioning this is that this is different from purely on-campus. Mixed delivery mode might reveal mixed results?
  • Make the point that most of CQU’s data for decision making shares certain characeteristics with other institutions
  • We embarked on the indicators project, with a specific aim.
  • We’re still taking baby steps and looking for interesting patterns to see if our idea is worthy of moving forward.
  • So now we look at some of the interesting patterns, lets see if you agree. Level of feature adoption
  • Explain what we’re using to measure participation
  • We’re still taking baby steps and looking for interesting patterns to see if our idea is worthy of moving forward.
  • Some quick reflections
  • We’re still taking baby steps, still learning, still wobbling. Need some help.
  • It’s a big task, complex combination of factors, educational, technical, statistical, political, social….
  • There are significant limitations on what this information can tell on it’s own. Needs to be applied intelligently in a contextual and contingent way. Needs combination with other methods.
  • But there’s enough of a hint here to indicate that there are rewards.

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