Digital Educational Industry vis-à-vis Education Analytics and Big Data Analytics: A Conceptual Study

by Ritam Chatterjee
Department of Computer and Information Science, Raiganj University, West Bengal, India


Chatterjee, R. (2023). Digital Educational Industry vis-à-vis Education Analytics and Big Data Analytics: A Conceptual Study. In P.K. Paul, S. Sharma, E. Roy Krishnan (Eds.), Advances in Business Informatics empowered by AI & Intelligent Systems (pp 173-186). CSMFL Publications.


Education Analytics is one of the important aspects of the teaching and learning process at present time. Different analytical techniques are able to predict the future performance of a learner. Education Analytics gives a predictive report on data collected through different sources like-Online Based Learning, Blended Learning, Massive Open Online Learning (MOOC), Learning Management System (LMS), Course Management System, Content Management System and so on. It also collected data from social networking sites. In this chapter, the concept of Education Analytics has been discussed. Education Analytics has different stakeholders. The stakeholders of the Education Analytics have shown here diagrammatically. Various basic and emerging Technologies used in digital education has discussed in brief. The concepts of Education Analytics and the Education sector have been given an overview in this chapter. The various benefits of Education Analytics have discussed here. The challenges faced in implementing Education Analytics have also been discussed here.

Keywords: Learning Analytics, Big Data Analytics, Data mining, Data Collection, Education Analytics

This work is a part of: Advances in Business Informatics empowered by AI & Intelligent Systems (Eds. P.K. Paul, Sushil Sharma, Edward Roy Krishnan)

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