What is learning analytics and why should you be interested in it? As a training manager you are often asked to report on the effectiveness of training programs. These reports are extremely important for various purposes, such as evaluating learners’ progress, compliance data, and figuring out opportunities for improvement and learning support.
But, here’s the thing. Over the years, the standard of reporting has enhanced drastically. It’s no longer enough to just produce simple completion statistics.
Thanks to technology, data analytics has improved over the years. Now, there are powerful analytics solutions that help you analyze and present learning data in a comprehensible way. Moreover, some analytic solutions can even predict what’s likely to happen and generate automated future actions.
However, for those who aren’t familiar with learning analytics, its very definition might be confusing. Then there are other questions following up:
- Where do you collect the data from?
- What kind of data can you get?
- Why should you implement learning analytics?
To find answers to all these questions, here’s a short video that will introduce learning analytics in the simplest way possible.
If you want to delve deeper into learning analytics and its practical implications for corporate training, here’s something to watch out. Sign up for our webinar “Learning Analytics 101” to be hosted on 20th Feb 2020.
Here’s what the webinar is going to cover about learning analytics.
- 4 types and their functions
- Action at each type
- Learning analytics and the Kirkpatrick’s model
- Steps to get started with implementation
- Leveraging analytics to maximize ROI
P.S. Registrations for the webinar has already started. Reserve yourself an exclusive seat now!