Track course statistics

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    • Owner/platform administrators: all courses.
    • Group administrators and coaches: courses owned by their group, or contained in a program template added to the library of their group.
    • Authors: courses of which they are the main author, or a co-author.

General statistics

You can export an overview of course statistics in CSV format.

  1. In the left sidebar, click Dashboard.
  2. In the left sidebar, click COURSES.
  3. On the top right of the list of courses, click Download (icon of an arrow pointing down).
  4. Click DOWNLOAD.

You can filter the status of courses, by clicking Active, Archived, or All in the left sidebar.

The downloaded file will display one line per course, with the following columns:

  • Course Name: title of the course;
  • Course Id: a unique string of characters, identifying the course;
  • Author: first name and last name of the Author;
  • Co-authors: first name and last name of the Co-authors;
  • Views: number of times the course has been started (a user who played the course twice, counts as 2 views);
  • Status: "Draft", "Published" or "Archived";
  • Creation date: date of the first save (in format ISO 8601);
  • Last update: date of the last edition in an activity, or the settings of the course (in format ISO 8601);
  • Reaction Score: reaction Score of the course (See Measure course impact with the Reaction Score);
  • Likes/Learned something/Outdated/Didn’t get it/Useful/Irrelevant: for each column, number of reactions in the course;
  • Documents: number of Document activities in the course;
  • Cheat sheets: number of Cheat sheet activities in the course;
  • Questions: number of Questions activities in the course;
  • Language: language chosen when the course was created;
  • Skills: name of the Skills added to the course (or an activity of the course), separated by a "|";
  • Group: name of the lowest level group of the Author.

Detailed statistics

View the detailed statistics of a course

  1. In the left sidebar, click Dashboard.
  2. In the left sidebar, click COURSES.
  3. On the right of a course, click View results and statistics.

Download the detailed statistics of one or several courses

You can download the statistics of several courses. The downloaded file will display one line per learner per course attempt course (if a learner attempted a course twice, there will be two lines in the file).

  1. In the left sidebar, click Dashboard.
  2. On the bottom right, click EXPORT.
  3. In Granularity, select By courses.
  4. Optionally, filter by course, date, user, group, session, and custom field.
    • By default, the export contains all courses, users, groups, sessions and custom fields.
  5. On the bottom right, click DOWNLOAD NOW.

You can also click RECEIVE BY EMAIL to receive a download link for the file by email. We recommend that option if the direct download takes too much time.

You can also download this report from the Dashboard navigation panel.

  1. From the homepage side panel, click Dashboard.
  2. At the bottom of the Dashboard nav panel, click EXPORT.

The downloaded file will display one line per learner per attempt per course, with the following columns.

  • Last name: last name of the user.
  • First name: first name of the user.
  • Email: email of the user.
  • User Custom Field: title of the custom field (one column per custom field, ordered alphabetically). All custom fields are displayed by default, unless filtered in the export popup.
  • Additional information: contents of the field Additional information in the user profile.
  • Labels: list of the user's labels, separated by a comma.
  • Managers: emails of the user's managers, separated by a comma.
  • Session: name of the session, if the course was played as part of a program session (otherwise -).
  • Session ID: unique identifier of the session, if the course was played as part of a program session (otherwise -).
  • Program template: name of the program template, if the course was played as part of a program (otherwise -).
  • Program template ID: unique identifier of the program template, if the course was played as part of a program (otherwise -).
  • Course: name of the course.
  • Score: score of the learner on the attempt.
  • Progress: completion rate of the learner on the attempt.
  • Start: Date and hour of the start of the attempt by the learner (with the format MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM).
  • End: Date and hour of the end of the attempt by the learner (with the format MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM).
  • Total time spent: time spent by the learner on the attempt.
  • Expected duration: value of the field Estimated duration, defined in the course settings.
  • Skills: list of skills added to the course.
  • Group (name of the group, one column per group): Indicates with an "x" that the group is assigned to the program session and that the user belongs to the group (if the program session session isn’t assigned to any group, or that the filtering on groups and users does not meet the two previous conditions, all groups are displayed, without "x").
    • The user downloading the report must have coach or administrator role on the groups for them to be displayed (a platform administrator can see all groups).

Collaborative activity statistics

View the collaborative activity of a course

You can see the number of views, likes, reactions, comments and downloads for a specific course.

  1. In the left sidebar, click Dashboard.
  2. In the left sidebar, click COURSES.
  3. On the right of a course, click View results and statistics.

The table Course Activities displays one line per activity, with the following columns:

  • Views: number of times the activity has been started (a user who played the activity twice — in two distinct attempts— counts as 2 views).
  • Likes/Learned something/Outdated/Didn’t get it: for each column, number of reactions in the activity.
  • Comments: number of public comments published in the activity.
  • Downloads: number of times the activity was downloaded by a learner (documents and cheat sheets only).

Download the collaborative activity of a course

  1. In the left sidebar, click Dashboard.
  2. In the left sidebar, click COURSES.
  3. On the right of a course, click View results and statistics.
  4. On the top right of the table Course Activities, click Download (icon of an arrow pointing down).
  5. Click DOWNLOAD.

The downloaded file will display one line per course activity, with the following columns:

  • Title: title of the activity.
  • Views: number of times the activity has been started (a user who played the activity twice — in two distinct attempts— counts as 2 views).
  • Likes/Learned something/Outdated/Didn’t get it: for each column, number of reactions in the activity.
  • Comments: number of public comments published in the activity.
  • Downloads: number of times the activity was downloaded by a learner (documents and cheat sheets only).
  • Type: type of activity (Cheat Sheet, Question, Document).

View the collaborative activity of several courses

You can see the reaction score, number of comments, views, likes and reactions for several courses.

  1. In the left sidebar, click Dashboard.
  2. In the left sidebar, click COLLABORATIVE ACTIVITY.

The table displays the following columns, with one line per course:

  • Reaction score: see Track course impact with the Reaction Score.
  • Comments: of public comments published in the activities of the course.
  • Views: number of times the course has been started (a user who played the course twice — in two distinct attempts — counts as 2 views).
  • Likes/Learned something/Outdated/Didn’t get it/Useful/Irrelevant: for each column, number of reactions in the course.

Download the collaborative activity of several courses

  1. In the left sidebar, click Dashboard.
  2. In the left sidebar, click COLLABORATIVE ACTIVITY.
  3. On the top right of the table, click Download (icon of an arrow pointing down).
  4. Click DOWNLOAD.

The downloaded file will display one line per course, with the following columns:

  • Course Name: title of the course;
  • Course Id: a unique string of characters, identifying the course;
  • Author: first name and last name of the Author;
  • Co-authors: first name and last name of the Co-authors;
  • Views: number of times the course has been started (a user who played the course twice, counts as 2 views);
  • Status: "Draft", "Published" or "Archived";
  • Creation date: date of the first save (in format ISO 8601);
  • Last update: date of the last edition in an activity, or the settings of the course (in format ISO 8601);
  • Reaction Score: reaction Score of the course (See Measure course impact with the Reaction Score);
  • Likes/Learned something/Outdated/Didn’t get it/Useful/Irrelevant: for each column, number of reactions in the course;
  • Documents: number of Document activities in the course;
  • Cheat sheets: number of Cheat sheet activities in the course;
  • Questions: number of Questions activities in the course;
  • Language: language chosen when the course was created;
  • Skills: name of the Skills added to the course (or an activity of the course), separated by a "|";
  • Group: name of the lowest level group of the Author.
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