This paper describes a learning analytics perspective for designing to implement a seamless learning environment. Seamless learning has been focused on supporting learning across formal and informal learning contexts, individual and social learning and physical world and cyberspace. Majority of the current researches have realized a seamless learning environment by using the technologies such as smart-phone and GPS at schools or universities. However, utilization of the collected learning logs still remains a challenge yet to be explored. In this study, to construct a seamless learning environment, this study developed a system that integrated a digital textbook system called AETEL with a ubiquitous learning system called SCROLL. The system enables learners to bridge the learning between digital textbook learning and real-life learning. To analyze and visualize the relationships between them, this study developed an innovative system called VASCORLL 2.0 (Visualization and analysis System for Connecting Relationships of Learning Logs). An experiment was conducted to evaluate whether VASCORLL 2.0 can increase learners’ learning opportunities. As a result, they were able to increase their learning opportunities by using VASCORLL 2.0. It contributed to enhancing learning activities in the seamless learning environment by utilizing the collected learning logs with well-designed analysis and visualization approaches.