Collecting data on students

Collecting data on students: is it useful to know which books they’ve read? | Higher Education Network | Guardian Professional
When used well, student data can improve the student experience and boost retention. Universities can identify students who are not attending classes or accessing university resources and take action to remedy this. A student who is attending lectures and is provided with regular feedback is more likely to be engaged and to complete the course.

Author: Terry Madeley

Works with student data and enjoys reading about art, data, education and technology.

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