Reporting and Analytics
How to see reports on the use of your courses and materials.
Information can be viewed by Instructors to give insight into when a course is used, if the materials are being viewed, and how students might be progressing in the course.
Learn has a number of reports that are available to provide an overview of some of the activity within your course. It is also possible to turn on a statistics tool for each element within your course if you would like to see more specific information.
Reports can be accessed via a course in Learn by going to Evaluation > Course Reports.
Below is a breakdown of each report and the information available in that particular report:
|All User Activity inside Content Areas||The report displays user activity for all areas of the course, as well as activity dates, times and days of the week.|
|Overall Summary of User Activity||The report displays user activity for all areas of the course, as well as activity dates, times and days of the week.|
|Single Course User Participation Report||Displays detailed statistics on assessment and collaboration tool submissions for all users in this course during a specified timeframe. Available in Excel format only.|
|User Activity in Forums||This report displays a summary of user activity in Discussion Board Forums for the course.|
|User Activity in Groups||This report displays a summary of user activity in Groups for the course.|
The retention centre offers course tutors the chance to set some key activity targets and course goals that you expect a student to complete at certain stages of the course. The retention centre provides a report to highlight students that are at risk of not meeting the activity targets that you have specified and take any required actions to help that student within the course. This tool is particularly useful for Online Distance Courses where tutors may not be able detect that a student who is studying at distance may require some additional support.
Go to the Retention Centre page to find out more.
Grade Centre Analysis
The Grade Centre contains a number of features which can give staff a view of the grades relating to specific assignments or students. This is in addition to the many tools which help you to manage assignments, markers, grades, and feedback.
You can create downloadable reports and review the grade history of specific items.
The self-enrol course Understanding Student Engagement using Learn Data (requires MyEd login) gives more detail on each of these topics along with examples of the various reports and what they may tell you.