The Analytics section has a lot of moving parts, but you will find it simple once you dig in. You will find two drop-down menus in this section:
• Show: In this menu, you can select the sets and series you would like to view.
• For: In this menu, you can select an individual student or you can view analytic data for all students assigned to the course.
At the bottom of the Analytics graph, you will see a series of tabs. As you click on these, the graph will change. The information in the graph still corresponds to the selections you made in the drop-down menus above, the tabs change the type information you are able to view within the graphs themselves.
Here is what you can view when you use these tabs:
• Progress: This tab allows you to see how close the learner or learners are to meeting your goal for the assignment. You will see a visual representation of their progress to goal, as well as a clear representation of who is making progress and who needs to review.
• Last Seen: This tab plots learners on a timeline, so you can see the day each student viewed the material last. • Upcoming: This timeline focuses on who has upcoming training needs.
• Difficulty: This chart plots how difficult the learner or learners are finding the material. Some learners might be sailing through, while others are finding the content more challenging. You can see all this visually under this tab.
• Study Time: Here you can view how long your learner or learners are spending with the content.
Use the analytics page for an overview of overall progress and individual learner progress. These visual representations can help you spot who is struggling or who has not kept up with their schedule quickly — without downloading a report.