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From Data Visualization to Role-Specific Data Discovery

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When we think about creating an xAPI data ecosystem, we often focus on how will we collect and connect data from across the Learning & Development and HR ecosystem. But once we have that data all in one place in our Learning Record Store, now we can really get to using it. In this presentation to the Fall 2017 xAPI Cohort, we explored why and how we can use data visualizations and interactive analytics to help us see patterns in our data and apply that insight to our work. Additionally, we took a look at some role-specific xAPI data dashboards from the point of view of Managers, Instructors, and Learners.

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From Data Visualization to Role-Specific Data Discovery

  1. 1. From DataVisualization to Role-Specific Data Discovery xAPI Cohort Fall 2017
  2. 2. 2 First things first. Let’s get a little context.
  3. 3. Experience data is a combination of activity, learning, behavior, and performance data. By unifying data from across organizational data sources, insights into engagement, learning effectiveness, information use, and team behaviors can be identified and applied to improve business outcomes. Yet Analytics turns this experience data into experience intelligence. We’re talking about Experience. 3
  4. 4. Experience data is collected and connected from a modular ecosystem using xAPI. 4
  5. 5. 5 Experience data allows us to create beautiful and impactful data visualizations.
  6. 6. 6 But let’s face it.We’ve been visualizing data for hundreds of years.
  7. 7. Confidential © Yet Analytics, Inc. 2017 7 The Tree of the Two Advents, 1202 Data tree structure representing genealogy. Joachim of Fiore
  8. 8. Confidential © Yet Analytics, Inc. 2017 8 Geometry, 1587 Map of the relationships between geometric shapes. Christoph de Savigny
  9. 9. Confidential © Yet Analytics, Inc. 2017 9 Diagrams, 1854 Representation of mortality rates by cause in military hospitals. Florence Nightingale
  10. 10. 10 We visualize data so that we can see patterns.
  11. 11. 11 What qualities make for good data discovery?
  12. 12. 12 Let the user ask questions. When you’re designing the interface, consider how users will be able to ask questions. Build interaction tools directly into the visual display where possible; intuitive interaction allows for more fluid discovery. 1. Interactive
  13. 13. 13 The World Above Us, 2014 Quartz
  14. 14. 14 xAPI LRS Timeline, 2017 Yet Analytics
  15. 15. 15 Help the user see relationships between different variables. Consider the visual space and all the visual dimensions you can use to convey information. Color, shape, size, spatial organization, line thickness, hover / interactive detail. 2. Multidimensional
  16. 16. Confidential © Yet Analytics, Inc. 2017 16 Buzzy Drinks, 2013 Uses spatial placement, color, and shape groupings to convey information about caffeine density in different consumables. Dirk Aschoff and Klaas Neumann for Scientific American
  17. 17. 17 xAPI LRS Statement Frequency, 2017 Yet Analytics
  18. 18. 18 xAPI LRS Statements OverTime, 2017 Yet Analytics
  19. 19. A good visualization conveys information in a dramatically smaller footprint than the same data presented tabularly. Different graph types imply different kinds of relationships – use the ones that work with your data, not against it. 19 Use visualization types that match your data sets. 3. Visually Efficient
  20. 20. 20 Weather Radials, 2014 Timm Kekeritz
  21. 21. 21 LESI Fingerprints, 2016 HP Global Learning, Economics and Social Index Yet Analytics
  22. 22. 22 xAPI LRS Outliers, 2017 Yet Analytics
  23. 23. 23 Visualize this: Real-time role-specific data dashboards from across your learning ecosystem.
  24. 24. Modular xAPI Data Ecosystem withYet 24
  25. 25. Ø Measure learning activity Ø Measure resource use Ø Understand engagement Ø Create learner profiles Ø See learning pathways Ø Understand competency development Ø Identify problem content and opportunities for program improvement Ø Demonstrate impact & ROI An xAPI Data Ecosystem withYet 25 Connecting data from: Ø Learning Management Systems Ø Content Management Systems andVideo Platforms Ø AuthoringTools Ø Communication Platforms Ø ProductivityTools Ø Mobile or Micro eLearning Apps Ø Performance Assessment Tools Ø SurveyTools Ø HRIS & Other Systems So we can:Provide data to: Ø Learners Ø Instructors Ø Managers Ø Team Leaders Ø Other Stakeholders
  26. 26. Confidential © Yet Analytics, Inc. 2017 26 Learner Dashboard Ø Compare and assess individual performance to average. Ø Automatically track activity patterns to identify opportunities for growth. Ø See progress and achievements in real-time.
  27. 27. Instructor Dashboard Ø Monitor learner performance and trends. Ø Apply insights to improve instructional content and make appropriate interventions. Ø Align activities via xAPI with Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) demonstrative of ROI in instructional objectives. 27
  28. 28. Manager Dashboard Ø Create a data-driven feedback loop between learners, program and content creators, and leaders. Ø Track activities for each team leader to provide a data repository of common activity and experience patterns in our organization. Ø Use that data to inform decisions across teams to improve outcomes. 28
  29. 29. 29 Experience Graph Across the Organization Ø yetanalytics.com/yetadapter Ø yetanalytics.com/blog/xapi- insiders-guide-to-devlearn Ø https://www.yetanalytics.com/free- sandbox-account
  30. 30. Core Competencies:Yet Analytics, Inc. builds xAPI-compliant data stores and AI-enabled software for big data and analytics in the human capital space. Our technologies provide for the interoperable collection and analysis of data sourced via learning management systems, simulations, e-content, eLearning authoring tools, wearables, IoT, virtual and augmented reality, and associated experiential technologies. Products: xAPI LRS; xAPI translation bridges; xAPI Dashboards featuring automated data visualizations and interactive analytics. Solutions: Project design and R&D, software engineering, data integration and data science, xAPI and learning analytics training. Delivering Experience Intelligence with the world’s most visual xAPI LRS. 30
  31. 31. yetanalytics.com Experience Intelligence in Human Capital Analytics Margaret Roth margaret@yetanalytics.com 443.256.3673 31 Ø Winner, Nielsen Data Visionary Award at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2015 Ø Winner, Best of E-Learning 2016 Excellence Award Ø Ranked #1 LRS by the Craig Weiss Group

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