Impact student and workforce success with actionable insights
Capture data on LMS engagement to evaluate usage and measure student learning, and get deeper insight into workforce trends to support institutional goals.
Supplemental Data Analytics Products
Get access to key data and trends to proactively support LMS adoption and utilization, instructional design, early intervention and workforce planning.
Impact student success with actionable insights from your LMS
Combine key variables from your Student Information System (SIS) with data from your LMS to uncover trends in usage and adoption that help you identify at-risk students earlier, plus inform professional development opportunities for faculty.
Identify opportunities for increased adoption by measuring LMS utilization across colleges, departments, and courses so that you can focus professional development efforts
Connect instructional design with course success by bringing greater context to LMS activity data so that you can relate and compare key course, student, and instructor dimensions to add more specificity to teaching and learning initiatives
Intervene even earlier to impact student success by identifying trends and patterns of LMS activity, engagement, and outcomes by student demographics
Insight into workforce trends over time and the impact on key initiatives
Access to the data needed to inform staffing initiatives, including a better understanding of employee retention and demographic composition to support institutional goals. By combining historical HR data with your existing platform, institutions have a more complete picture of workforce trends and how changes over time impact major initiatives like hiring, retention and DEI.
Inform staffing plans with an understanding of the institutions' current and historical workforce, including salary analysis & retirement planning
Understand current and historical staff retention, and compare rates across specific subpopulations to inform targeted employee retention initiatives
- Compare diversity over time, as well asl how well staff were salaried & retained, allowing institutions to better track and measure effectiveness in meeting DEI goals