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Learning Activity Data & Data Dashboards

Overview

Learner interactions with published learning activities are tracked in a Learning Records Store (LRS) according to the xAPI specification. This data can be used so that Content Authors can understand how learners are interacting with their content and use the data for making ongoing modifications.

Note: the LRS does not track individual learner completion.

What Is Tracked?
The following learner interactions are tracked in the CLP’s LRS.
Learning Activity
  • Learning Activity Viewed:  Did a learner view the overview page of the learning activity?
  • Learning Activity Registered:  Did the learner actually click that “Get Started” button on the overview page?
  • Learning Activity Completed:  Did the learner complete the entire learning activity? To complete a learning activity, a learner needs to complete every section and lesson within the learning activity.
Section
  • Section Viewed:  Did a learner view the section page of the learning activity?
  • Section Completed:  Did the learner complete the entire section? To complete a lesson, the learner needs to complete every lesson within that section.
Lesson
  • Lesson Viewed: Did the learner view the lesson page of the learning activity?
  • Lesson Completed: Did the learner complete the lesson? To complete the lesson, the learner needs to complete every required interaction on that lesson page including:
    • Watch any embedded video to completion
    • Answer any assessment questions (either submit the correct answer or reach the maximum number of attempts allowed)
    • Respond to any topics embedded on the page
    • Click any links that were embedded via the xAPI Link insert tool
Data Dashboards
All of the data discussed above is stored in the CLP’s LRS. Content authors can view data specific to the learning activities they have published on the Statistics tab of the Learning Activity Builder.

CLP Statistics dashboard overview screenshot

The statistics tab is organized into three sub pages, each of which are explained in further detail below:

  • Overview: A high-level overview of learning activity performance.
  • Content: Completion rates for every individual page within the learning activity.
  • Assessment: Information about how many learners answered each individual assessment question correctly or incorrectly.
Registration Rate
  • Registrations: Shown as a percentage which is calculated as the number of learners who have registered for the learning activity divided by the total number of learners who have viewed the overview page. NOTE:  If you hover over the status bar, you can see the actual number of registrations, as well as the percentage.

Registration Rate dashboard status bar registered screenshot

  • Viewed without Registrations: The percentage here is calculated by dividing the total number of learners who viewed and did not press the Get Started button, but the total number who viewed the overview page.

Registration Rate dashboard status bar not registered screenshot

Completion Rate
  • Completed: Number of learners who have completed the learning activity. The percentage is calculated as the number of learners who have completed the learning activity (times 100) divided by the number of learners who Registered (clicked the Get Started button).
  • In Progress: Number of learners who have Registered (clicked the Get Started button), but have not yet completed the learning activity.
  • No Progress Yet: Number of learners who Registered (clicked the Get Started button) minus (the number of learners who are in progress + number of learners who have completed the learning activity).
Average Completion Time

We subtract the date/time stamp on which each learner earned a completion statement, subtract the date/time stamp on which each learner registered, and average them. This is the result.
Completion Time dashboard status bar screenshot

Content

For each Section and Lesson, you will see a breakdown of the percentage and number of learners who have completed, are in progress, or have no progress yet for every page of the learning activity. The definitions are the same as those for Completion Rate in the overview section above.

  • Click Show Details to expand the section to see data about the lessons within it.
  • Click Hide Details to collapse the section for a cleaner view of section data.

Assessment

The Assessment area of the dashboard provides data about how learners have interacted with the Assessment questions (created on the Assessments tab of the Learning Activity Builder) which are inserted into lessons. NOTE: The completion requirement for learning activities is that learners either answer the question correctly or maximize the number of attempts allowed. It is possible for a learner to never answer a question correctly, but still complete the question (and therefore complete the lesson on which the question was embedded).

True/False, Multiple Choice, and Matching Questions

For each question, the percentage is calculated by dividing the number of learners in each tier by the number of learners attempted count.

Assessment Data Dashboard Legend
  1. One Attempt:  The area shaded in green is the number of learners who answered the question correctly with one attempt.
  2. Two Attempts:  The number two area (reddish brown) is the number and percent of learners who answered the question correctly with two attempts. This will not be relevant for questions in which only one attempt is allowed. NOTE:  If more than one attempt was allowed upon the original publication of the learning activity, and the max number of attempts value was changed after a learner attempted the question more than once, then a value could still display here.
  3. Three Attempts:  The number three area (black) shows the number and percent of learners who answered the question correctly with three attempts.
  4. Four Attempts:  The number four area (light blue) shows the number and percent of learners who answered this question correctly with four attempts.
  5. Repeat up to 9:  The data dashboard will break down the data by number of attempted (as outlined in 1-4 above) up to 9 attempts.
  6. 10 Attempts:  The number 10 area (bright orange) shows the number and percent of learners who answered this question correctly with 10 or more attempts.
  7. Never Correct:  The gray area shows the number and percent of learners who never answered this question correctly.
Journal Responses

For each journal response, the following definitions apply:

  • Completed: The total number of learners who submitted a journal entry. The percentage is calculated as the number of learners who submitted a journal entry divided by the number of learners who viewed the lesson page on which the journal prompt was embedded.
  • Not Completed: The total number of learners who left the journal prompt form blank (did not submit a journal entry). The percentage is calculated by subtracting the number of learners who submitted a journal entry and then dividing that by the number of learners who viewed the lesson page on which the journal prompt was embedded.

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