Teesside University has been on a major digital transformation journey in recent years, assessing how they use cutting-edge technology solutions to improve the student experience. They aimed to improve retention, progression, and attainment by finding a way for personal tutors to better support students, faster and with better outcomes. But first, they would need to find a way to better understand what engagement looked like at Teesside.
“We realized that we needed a consistent approach to how we manage and record all our data in order to understand the complexity of the picture at Teesside and learning analytics was identified as our solution”
Jonathan Eaton, Academic Registrar, Teesside University
Find out why StREAM went beyond their expectations of learning analytics by creating a holistic view of student engagement and streamlined support processes. Enabling a more data-driven approach to designing and delivering targeted interventions to enhance support. And, how StREAM came into its own during the pandemic.