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Updated 6/2: new date is June 18th due to a scheduling conflict Lambda Solutions has  unveiled a new service for Moodle and Totara reporting called Analytika which they'll showcase in a webinar at the end of the month. Analytika provides ad...
With the call for presentations closed as of April 20th the schedule for the upcoming 2015 iMoot should be out soon. If you're interested in getting a sneak peek of what will be on the schedule you can check...
Michael de Raadt has published a follow up to his post about learning analytics and Moodle, this time diving into the various locations of data with the Moodle system and discussing the future of these sources. Its well worth...
It has been on my 'to read' list for a long time, but I'm now just getting around to the 124 page 2013 Moodle Research Conference published papers. This is the full program from the 2013 MRC and includes...
CLAMP's (Collaborative Liberal Arts Moodle Project) most recent Hack/Doc fest featured an interesting presentation on the Netspot and Monash University developed "Engagement Analytics" toolset for Moodle and how it can be used to identify at risk students and improve...
If you're interested in learning more about measuring student engagement in your Moodle course, this is a great paper/primer to start with.  The paper was written by Griff Richards of Thompson Rivers University in Canada and highlights some key...
If you're interested in some ways to visualize student engagement in the Moodle classroom, the Social Networks Adapting Pedagogical Practice (SNAPP) tool is something worth looking at.  SNAPP is a bookmarklet available from http://www.snappvis.org/ which allows you to visualize the connections made...
If you're interested in the nascent field of learning analytics as it applies to the reports and statistics you can glean from Moodle then Moodle.org has a new forum for you: http://moodle.org/mod/forum/view.php?id=8044. As stated in the intro post by Martin Dougiamas, There's...