1. Define Your Goals
Before you jump into learning analytics, make sure you understand the challenges you’re facing. If you’re thinking about your objectives and asking questions, you’re on the right path. Regardless of your data maturity, the key is to get started.
3. Decide What You Need
Put your data to work for you. Focus on the knowledge you want to gain, and make sure it’s aligned with your overall business goals. This will allow you to tailor your insights to your main priorities.
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