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213 Learning Analytics: From Inception to Maturity

1:15 PM - 2:15 PM PT
Wednesday, October 26

Tracks: Data & Measurement

For many L&D professionals, one of the biggest challenges they face in using data to inform future strategies is the inability to see a path between where they currently are and where they want to be. Learning Pool’s Learning Analytics Maturity Model lets out a roadmap for the journey and can give you practical guidance on how to take the next step.

How does your company use data in the learning process? And how does that compare to other companies? These are the questions that the Learning Analytics Maturity Model (LAMM) set out to answer when we conceived it in 2021. In this session we will reveal the latest results, allowing participants the chance to benchmark their organization’s use of data in learning versus their peers. The CEO of Learning Pool, Dr. Ben Betts, will explain the history behind the model, the fundamentals of learning analytics for organizations starting out, as well as the findings from more than 250 global organizations who have benchmarked how they use data in their L&D practices against the model’s standard.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How to measure the ‘maturity’ of your learning analytics efforts
  • Benchmark data on the progress of different companies in different industries, geographic locations, and scale in using data for learning
  • Insights into what helps fast forward learning analytics adoption
  • The tools needed for taking the next step

Ben Betts

Chief Executive Officer

Learning Pool

Ben Betts serves as CEO for Learning Pool. Previously, Ben served as chief product officer, where he worked to help define and develop Learning Pool’s next generation of workplace digital learning platforms, with a focus on learning experience platforms and the learning analytics space. Ben’s expertise is based in research, having completed his PhD researching the impact of gamification on adult social learning, Ben has authored and contributed chapters for many books, has two peer-reviewed academic papers, and has presented at conferences around the world, including TEDx.