Microsoft’s analytics tools help with student guidance
Learning analytics helps in teaching planning, student guidance and implementation development. There is a lot of information, the most important thing is to identify the most relevant information that supports the pedagogical model chosen for implementation.
Sway’s own analytics show the following information for a shared individual presentation:
- time spent on average
- what percentage have read through
- how many have viewed the presentation
- how many people have read the presentation
- how many have deeply read through the presentation.
For example, you can use Sway’s analytics to get an idea of how many people have read the pre-shared material (flipped classroom).
The analytics information can be seen when you are logged in on the Sway home screen under the presentation.
Currently, the service offers limited statistics related to videos. You can see how many people have watched, liked or commented on the video.
This instruction was produced in the APOA project. The APOA project is financed by the Ministry of Education and Culture. The project pilots and investigates the use of learning analytics in universities of applied sciences. More information about the project http://apoa.tamk.fi/