About the Speakers

Josh Mitchell
Director of Sales
eThink Education

Mr. Mitchell joined eThink in 2015 and brings nearly 15 years of experience in higher education to the organization. In his role as Director of Sales he is responsible for business development efforts in the higher education and corporate sectors. Mr. Mitchell holds a Master of Public Administration and a Bachelor of Arts from Syracuse University.

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About The Webinar

One of the most important elements of your Learning Management System (LMS) is the data inside it. The learning data that you capture within your LMS allows you to analyze the success of individual learners across courses and departments, pinpoint which teaching methods are leading to better performance results, and proactively identify at-risk students to better monitor retention.

Due to its flexibility and robust functionality, Moodle is not only a top choice among higher education institutions for deploying online education, but the platform features impressive data & analytics capabilities that educators can leverage to ensure the learning experiences they are providing students are engaging and effective.

Join eThink on August 15th, 2019 at 1:30 pm Eastern as we explore: 

  • Tracking learning data and reporting in Moodle 
  • How to leverage learning information to create more impactful and successful courses 
  • Easy-to-integrate data and analytics and reporting tools based on your learning needs

Date: August 15th, 2019

Time: 1:30 pm ET / 6:30 pm BST

Duration: 1 hour

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How to Use Moodle Data & Analytics to Improve Student Outcomes

Courtney Bentley
Vice President of Services
eThink Education

Ms. Bentley joined eThink in 2015 after nearly 15 years of experience in higher education. In her role as VP of Services she works closely with the Customer Solutions, Implementation, & Support Services teams to oversee the eThink client lifecycle. During her time as Director of IT at Lafayette College she led the campus through a successful LMS transition to Moodle in 2007 and has been active in the Moodle community, even accepting the inaugural CLAMP recognition award for her outstanding contributions to the development and documentation work of the organization.