The highest complexity of learning analytics is predictive and prescriptive analytics. This means using data to either predict what might happen, or to prescribe learning activities. And, out of the 5,713 reports we reviewed as part of our Learning Analytics Research Study, we only found a fraction of reports that we classed as “Predictive and Prescriptive.” In this post, we’ll explain how these reports are being used and suggest other ways you can try predictive or prescriptive analytics in your organization.
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