This article focuses on the recent development of Learning Analytics using higher education institutional big-data. It addresses current state of Learning Analytics, creates a shared understanding, and clarifies misconceptions about the field. This article also reviews prominent examples from peer institutions that are conducting analytics, identifies their data and methodological framework, and comments on market vendors and non-for-profit initiatives. Finally, it suggests an implementation agenda for potential institutions and their stakeholders by drafting necessary preparations and creating iterative implementation flows.
Chen, Ken-Zen. (2014). "Review of the Development of Learning Analytics Applied in College-Level Institutes". Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences, 54(4), 597-636. http://dx.doi.org/10.6120/JoEMLS.2014.514/0612.RV.CM