There are three subsections of reports available related to student engagement analytics:
Curation Summary - This chart allows users to see the percentages of resources by type and by source for a given course, providing faculty easy access to confirm the specific breakdown of content variables.
Student Engagement with Learning Resources (by week) - This graph depicts student engagement with course resources over time, demonstrating when aggregate student engagement with content is highest and lowest in the term.
Student Engagement by Type - This graph allow users to identify which kinds of resources (articles, videos, etc.) are being utilized by students most and least frequently, potentially indicating particularly effective or avoided media.
Student Engagement by Source - This graph allows users to identify the sources (EBSCO, YouTube, etc.) with the highest and lowest student engagement, potentially indicating particularly effective or avoided sources.
Student Engagement by Learning Objective - This graph allows users to see student engagement of resources by assigned learning objective, potentially alerting faculty to learning objectives that have not be mastered due to low engagement with associated resources.
Breakdown of Learning Resources - This table displays valuable data on resource engagement, such as the number of student views and average time on task, for all curated resources, providing granular insight on the efficacy of individual resources.
Student Search Terms - This table displays the terms students have searched for, potentially indicating a need for additional resources on topics queried by multiple students.
Student Metrics - This table presents date and time of last engagement, number of resources viewed, and total time on task and uses that information to categorize student activity level into three categories (active, moderate, and limited), enabling faculty to do targeted outreach based on these engagement metrics.
Breakdown of Learning Resources (by course, week, units) - This interactive component depicts course resources by course, week, or unit and the corresponding number of views, total time on task, and date and time of last viewing per resource, allowing faculty to sort by any of these metrics to determine the resource with the least number of views, for example.
Student Engagement with Learning Resources (over time) - This graph shows unique visits over time for each individual student, providing faculty with data on resource engagement to potentially correlate with performance data, for example.
Breakdown of Activity by Learning Resource - This table shows granular activity data by resource for each individual student, enabling faculty to determine which resources are being heavily or underutilized by specific students.
Overall Assessment Performance (by student) - This graph provides a high-level overview of assessment completion for each individual student, quickly demonstrating a student’s overall progress.
Detailed Assessment Performance - This graph shows how many times a student views assessments over time, demonstrating how frequently a student is accessing assigned assessments.
Breakdown of Learning Resources - This section includes the average number of attempts and average score of the various assessments, as well as answers for individual questions, broken down by week, allowing faculty to easily view any trends in these data.
Student Engagement by Type, Source and Learning Objective - This graph demonstrates the percentage of resource engagement for each type of resource, source of resource, or learning objective for each individual student, enabling faculty to determine or predict any deficiencies for individual students based on content utilization.