Category Archives: Learning Analytics

Learning Analytics – Business Intelligence in Education and Learning

The umbrella term “business intelligence” has been widely used for many years to refer to the tools, techniques and concepts of analysing raw data and turning it into useful information which can help users and businesses alike gain important insight. … Continue reading

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A view of the mobile landscape for Nokia UK

I was recently invited to present to a group of Nokia partners meeting at the National Space Centre in preparation for the launch of the firm’s first Windows Phone – the Lumia 800. Although not strictly within the Labs team’s … Continue reading

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Using Data Mining to help with Student Retention in Further and Higher Education

Student retention is an important and high profile issue in Further and Higher Education. Students may drop out of their course for a number of reasons and their withdrawal has implications for both the institution and the student themselves. For … Continue reading

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