Our editing goal is to make learner-centred courses that meet the needs of our students. But how can we know if we have achieved this, since we seldom have the chance to meet Open Learning students face-to-face?
One valuable resource is to check student feedback from post-course surveys in Tableau. This can indicate which specific areas of a course need our attention when editing or revising a course.
For a more general sense of student outcomes, the BC government’s BC Student Outcomes website shows province-wide trends and compares student outcomes between institutions, years, types of credential or program, etc.