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Facilitating Social Interactions: Measuring Engagement and Promoting Academic Success within the LMS

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Author: Lou Pugliese
, Colin Beer
, Stephen Downes
, Linda Briggs
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Webinar, Campus Technology, Online, Panel, Oct 21, 2010.

The Learning Management System is evolving rapidly, becoming a more flexible and interactive part of the classroom. As that happens, how can you better integrate the LMS into the campus classroom? How can you measure and analyse student participation in the social and collaborative technologies that are becoming part of a good LMS? Technologies already exist to collect basic data on student participation and interactions; the focus now is collecting more comprehensive data about online behavior in the classroom, then using the data effectively. The LMS of the future will help collect data, then produce sophisticated analysis and reports on-demand.



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