StREAM@Leeds Learning Analytics - Help & Support for Staff

StREAM@Leeds is the University of Leeds Learning Analytics system.

For students, StREAM@Leeds can be used to take ownership of the way they engage with digital systems and services at the University, as well as enhance their Academic Personal Tutoring meetings with a data-driven context.

By collating data from a variety of Digital Education systems and University services – including the likes of Minerva, virtual classrooms and library access – StREAM@Leeds can tell students which resources they have been using most frequently at any point of their studies. StREAM@Leeds is also able to provide them with daily Engagement Ratings, summarising their activity with digital resources in a snapshot that is quick and easy to understand.

For staff, the data demonstrating learning progress via StREAM@Leeds will help academic personal tutors and their students to understand in more detail any barriers to success students may face, whilst also enabling more informed and tailored conversations to support student success.

As the system grows and the University learns more about individual learning journeys, the University’s ability to understand and enhance our pedagogical approach will be invaluable. By having access to crucial learning data the University can review, adapt and enhance our curriculum and assessments in partnership with students.

Who can access StREAM@Leeds?

StREAM@Leeds launched to the following end users ahead of the start of the 21/22 academic session:

All users access StREAM@Leeds using their institutional credentials. You can log in to StREAM@Leeds by going to

Get help and guidance

The Digital Education Systems Help website contains a library of user guides (step-by-step how-to guides and video tutorials) to help you use StREAM@Leeds. You can also search the Digital Education Systems Help website for answers to questions you have relating to StREAM@Leeds.

Additional support

If you are having technical issues using StREAM@Leeds or have questions that aren't answered by the published guides and FAQ's on the Digital Education Systems Help website you can also access support via the IT Service Desk (this website) by logging a request for support using the Log a general Request form, or report something broken using the Log an Incident form.