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Learner Engagement Analytics (LEA)

Find out how Queen Mary is using Learner Engagement Analytics (LEA) to help all learners reach their full academic potential.

Our Statement of LEA Principles

  • We will use Learner Engagement Analytics (LEA) to help all learners reach their full academic potential.
  • We will be transparent about data collection, sharing, consent and responsibilities.
  • We will abide by ethical principles and align with our university strategy, policies and values.
  • Learner Engagement Analytics (LEA) will be supported by focused staff and learner development activities.
  • Learner Engagement Analytics (LEA) will not be used to inform significant action at an individual level without human intervention.
  • We will actively work to recognise and address any potential negative impacts from Learner Engagement Analytics (LEA).

Policies and Governance

Queen Mary policies and Governance documents relating to Learner Engagement Analytics (LEA) can be accessed via the Queen Mary Policy Zone here. 

Community of Practice

A Community of Practice (CoP) is a group of people who come together around a common interest. They discuss, share and solve problems through the creation of new knowledge. Whether you are already deeply engaged with LEA research or are interested to find out more, we already consider you an important part of the Queen Mary LEA CoP as we move to embed it at the university.

Dr Usman Naeem from the School of Electrical Engineering and Cumputer Science is providing academic leadership to Queen Mary’s use of Learner Engagement Analytics (LEA), driving forward the uptake and enhancement of LEA during his two-year LEA Queen Mary Academy Fellowship. Usman brings together Queen Mary colleagues to discuss LEA related research and share practice through the LEA Community of Practice. If you are interested in joining the LEA CoP, contact

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