Dashboard management

PART 1: Presentation of the Dashboard
PART 2: Possible exports
PART 3: Correcting open questions

PART 1: Presentation of the Dashboard

Beyond the administrative management of training, 360Learning allows you to steer your training programs using an approach based on human interaction and skills development.

This translates into:

  • dashboards that allow you to identify strengths or areas for improvement thematically
  • the multiplication of human interactions between learners, or between learners and their trainer, in order to foster the sharing of knowledge and experience.


To access the dashboard, click on the bar chart icon on the upper band of your homepage.

As shown in the screenshot below, the Dashboard area is divided into several sections. Each of these targets a different need.


PART 2: Possible exports

The Dashboard space contains 6 tabs:

  • General: display a global monitoring view of the training by skill, of the participants, of logins, as well as information concerning the number of programs or the number of questions asked.
  • Programs: select one of your programs and view its statistics. They are communicated to you overall, by group, or by individual.
  • Groups: this tab displays the list of groups in your space, the list of pending or completed programs, as well as the list of members.
  • Members: here you can access all the statistics by user. For instance, the number of hours spent in training on the platform.
  • Courses: view the most visited courses, the progression, the score or the distribution by level.
  • Corrections: we will discuss this last tab in Part 3 of this article.

It is possible to export data by selecting "Download results as CSV" or the following pictogram above and to the right of the statistics:

PART 3: Correcting open questions

The last tab on the Dashboard relates to the correction of open questions.

As discussed in the "Creating a course" article, it is possible to design open-ended questions. In such a case, the learner must compose an answer or provide a document. The program's administrator or Referent then receives an email notification to the effect that there are questions to correct.

Upon logging in to the platform, the latter will also be able to see the notifications via the bell icon to the right of the Home page's house icon.

To correct these questions, he or she must go to the "Corrections" section of the Dashboard.

In this space, the program's Referent can view the answers provided by learners and correct them. He or she can access answers that have already been corrected via Archives. He or she can also view the answers awaiting correction by other Referents.
To correct an answer, one must click on the green validation check mark or the red non-validation cross. Finally, he or she can add a comment to his or her decision.


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