Editor’s note: Knowing where people spend their time on a web page and knowing commenting is very important for many users means we can draw our own conclusions about how to develop online learning experiences. Add to this the development of being able to make sense of unstructured data ie user comments and we see how L&D could benefit from sparking and analysing user comments.
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