This was the question used to prompt the first piece of feedback in the opening workshop of a three day consultation to assess our readiness for analytics as part of the discovery phase of the Jisc Effective Analytics Programme.
It certainly did get the conversations going. As is my want, I also tweeted the question and even got a few responses. Ranging from:
— David Kernohan (@dkernohan) October 20, 2015
@sheilmcn LMS — 360trainingAuthoring (@360trainingAuth) October 20, 2015
@sheilmcn asking new questions, and asking old questions in new ways
— Deepak Prasad (@deepakvprasad) October 20, 2015
@sheilmcn saving you from failing which is actually part of learning or am I being unfair😏 is it helping reflection on areas of improvement — Evelyn McElhinney (@Kalipizzaro) October 20, 2015
@sheilmcn analytics that learn
— Shane Dawson (@shaned07) October 20, 2015
@sheilmcn learner rather than learning. — Viv Rolfe (@VivienRolfe) October 20, 2015
I have to say not all of these came up in the conversations I was part of🙂 But I am looking forward to seeing the results of this assessment exercise after a series of workshops and 1-2-1 interviews with staff.
Watch this space for more details.