U-M student success tool receives gold medal in global competition

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The University of Michigan My Learning Analytics (MyLA) student-facing dashboard was awarded the gold medal at the 2019 IMS Global Learning Impact competition. Researchers in the U-M School of Information partnered with staff from Information Technology Services to create MyLA.

Students can use the dashboard to glean insights on their academic performance and make self-driven behavior changes. MyLA’s pilot in 2018 found that 84% of the 312 student participants reported improved course performance.

“This Learning Impact award is what can happen when you assemble a great team of people with complementary expertise and dedication to student success,” Stephanie Teasley, research professor at the University of Michigan School of Information (UMSI) said.

Mona Beydoun, ITS Communications
Author: Mona Beydoun, ITS Communications

Mona is a summer intern at U-M ITS. Contact her at monabey@umich.edu or on LinkedIn.

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