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Today, it is almost impossible to implement teaching processes without using information and communication technologies (ICT), especially in higher education. Education institutions often use learning management systems (LMS), such as Moodle, Edmodo, Canvas, Schoology, Blackboard Learn, and others. When accessing these systems with their personal account, each student’s activity is recorded in a log file. Besides analyzing the raw data from log files directly, there is an option to use Moodle plugins that provide learning analytics and enable the faster analysis of students’ behavior on LMS. In this paper, some of these plugins are presented. However, this paper is focused on analyzing the log files of a course implemented on the LMS Moodle at the Faculty of Organization and Informatics at the University of Zagreb. The results of the students’ behavior, based on logs in Moodle, will be interpreted in terms of student success.