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The Learner Engagement Analytics (LEA) Development Pathway at Queen Mary

5 boxes moving from left to right in stages. The first 2 boxes are noted as stage 1, with arrows to the next 2 boxes as stage 2 and finally an arrow to the 5th box noted as stage 3. Stage 1 boxes describe self directed asynchronous courses on Introduction to LEA and What are Engagement Markers. Stage 2 boxes describe QMPlus training with a focus on setting up engagement markers provided by the TELT team and QEngage, Eclio or Course Tutor training provided by the ITS team. The Stage 3 box outlines bespoke in person sessions on interpreting the data for interventions and curriculum design.‚Äč

Stage 1: We have a self-directed online course on the fundamentals of LEA and engagement markers available for staff to complete in QMPlus 

Stage 2: Once you have an understanding of LEA, technical support and training should be sought on the platforms you intend to use for LEA. To find out more about the range of QMplus Workshops and Resources available, visit the CPD Training platform or the TELT webpage.

For support and training on QEngage, Eclio, Course Tutor, CampusM etc, self-directed resources can be found on our technical guidance page.

QEngage training can be arranged by submitting a ticket to request this through the Queen Mary IT Service Desk with lea@qmul.ac.uk cc'd.

Stage 3: When set up on your chosen platform, arrange a workshop with Dr Usman Naeem on interpretating your data for interventions and curriculum design by contacting qmacademy@qmul.ac.uk . The workshops will explore how you might use your LEA data to reduce Not Eligible To Progress (NETP), improve learner outcomes, continuation rates and satisfaction.

Further links to a range of guidance and good practice to support the effective use of Learner Engagement Analytics (LEA)

Learn how to use data dashboards and set up QMplus to maximise data quality

Resources to use when introducing learners to LEA

Find out how educators can use LEA to inform the design of modules and programmes

Resources for advisors to help them to support learners who may not be engaging.

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