Made to respond to the institutional need for a tool that enables learning design based on course and study LOs
Designed according to the recent findings described in relevant literature and theoretical frameworks related to LD and LA
Created on the existing LD concepts and tools, particularly the ABC LD from University College London and the Open University LD
BDP tool enables course learning design through three simple steps:
The BDP tool provides the advanced analysis of a planned learning design. The analytics dashboard includes a high level overview of the entire course which enables learning designers to change their course design and improve learning experience and efficacy.
Greater investment in learning design planning leads to more meaningful teaching and learning, with less effort needed to redirect and correct flawed practices.
Prof Blaženka Divjak, Head of Learning Analytics Laboratory, University of Zagreb
The BDP tool is an amazing opportunity for educators to map their blended or online courses, and receive useful and detailed analytics on how your learning outcomes are aligned with your learning activities. The best learning design tool I have seen.
Prof Bart Rienties, Professor of Learning Analytics, The Open University
When it comes to eLearning, a good learning design means everything, therefore the key benefit of using the BDP tool is that it leads you to achieve the desired learning outcome in a learner-centered and goal-oriented way. The BDP tool leads you to focus on the learner and the process that the learner goes through.
Prof Mirza Žižak, School of Medicine, University of Zagreb
The BDP tool structures and supports the process of curriculum planning excellently. The statistical evaluation on learning times, distribution of learning activities, etc. gives a very good overview of the planning. I assume that the qualities of teaching and learning design can be significantly improved by the BDP tool.
Dr Alexander Tillmann, Goethe University Frankfurt
Learning Analytics Laboratory (LA Lab), led by Prof. Blaženka Divjak, PhD operates under the Faculty of Organization and Informatics, University of Zagreb, Croatia.
Our interdisciplinary research team consists of researchers from informatics, mathematics, statistics but also from educational sciences as well as highly skilled professionals and holds rich project and research experience within learning analytics and areas closely related to the learning analytics.