With the Tracking tool, you can run reports on various Student activities in your course during a specified date range.
You can run the following types of reports:
Summary of Activity: provides an overall summary of user activity in the course.
Tool Usage: provides an overview of how often each tool in the course is used.
Course Item Usage: provides an overview of how often individual items in the course are used.
Entry Page or Tool: provides an overview of the pages or tools most frequently used as course entry points.
Exit Page or Tool: provides an overview of the pages or tools most frequently used as course exit points.
File Usage: provides an overview of the content files that are viewed most frequently.
- Student Tracking: provides a detailed summary of activity information for individual Students in the course.
You can use the statistics provided by these reports to:
determine the items, tools, and pages that are of most interest to Students.
- determine each Student's level of participation in various course activities.
Example: If a Student performs poorly on their assessments, you can run a Student Tracking report to determine if the Student has been accessing course content, participating in discussions, and submitting assignments. These statistics can help you to decide if the Student needs to be encouraged to participate more in the course or, if they already have a high level of participation, if they need remedial help with course content.
For most Student activity report types (excluding Summary of Activity and Student Tracking), you can graph the report statistics. For all Student activity report types, you can export the statistics to your local computer.
To access Tracking reports:
You must have Section Instructor or Teaching Assistant privileges.
From the Teach tab,
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