Course Analytics display activity, assignment submissions, grades and students. Course Analytics will only display for courses that are published and have student activity.
Student Context Cards provide insights and context about the student. Context cards are meant to be a simplified overview of a student’s progress. The context is generated from grades in the Gradebook and standard page view and participation activity in course analytics.
Quiz Statistics are available for any quiz that is published and has at least one submission.
Activity on a mobile device is not measured or included.
How To Access Course Analytics:
- Enter a course from either the Dashboard or Global Courses link
- From the Course Home page, click on View Course Analytics from the right menu
- Student Analytics are listed below activity graphs (or tables) and will display in table format only
- Click on the name of a student to view their specific analytics
Student Context Cards:
How To Access Quiz Statistics:
- Enter the course containing a published quiz with at least one submission
- Click on the quiz title from within a module or through the Quizzes link on the course left menu
- Click the Quiz Statistics link on the right menu
- Optionally filter statistics by Section, generate Student Analysis and Item Analysis reports
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