Seeing the Invisible: How student engagement data is providing new insights to enable successful student outcomes

Rachel S Maxwell (Solutionpath)
Will Ashbey (University of Essex)
David Gilani (Middlesex University)
Adrian Molyneux (Keele University)

Monday, April 8, 2024 4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

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Session Outline

Student engagement analytics has been a feature of higher education for well over a decade. Multiple use cases exist for the use of student engagement data, with some of the most common use cases being to support student retention, continuation and progression or to provide insights around student health and wellbeing.

Student engagement data can provide new knowledge to institutions about how their ecosystem of student support and success is working in practice. In this panel discussion, we will be joined by a range of colleagues from institutions using the StREAM student engagement analytics platform from Solutionpath. Panellists will share the insights that they have gleaned from better understanding how students are participating (or not) in their studies, and how those engagement behaviours are informing quality-driven enhancements to student outreach and success activity as part of a wider approach to improving the student experience at the institution. Audience questions welcome.

This session addresses the following competencies of the UKAT Professional Framework for Advising and Tutoring
I7 - Data and information technology applicable to tutoring