There are three main steps when creating your data download (more details on the process here)
- Define Who
- Define What to Show
- Name the Download
In this article, we will show you a few data download examples (learner-centric) and what the setup process may look like.
- Overall Learner Progress through the Course (What percentage of the course have learners completed?)
- Weekly Reports on All Assignments (Submission Status)
- Overall Survey Results
- Overall Quiz Report (Submission Status and % Correct)
Step 1: Define Who
In these examples, we will select 'Learners' in this step. You may choose to specify a more detailed enrollment date, status, or selection based on profile question responses. Otherwise, we can go on to Step 2.
Step 2: Define What to Show
#1 Overall Learner Progress through the Course (What percentage of the course have learners completed?)
For this example, go to Progress and select '% of Lectures Viewed'.
#2 Weekly Reports on All Assignments (Submission Status)
For this example, under "Assignments" you can select All assignments and then check off 'Submit Status'. As you can see, there are additional data points you can include in your report.
#3 Overall Survey Results (Submission Status, Submission Date, Submission Answers)
For this example, under "Surveys" you can select All or a select # of surveys in the course. Thereafter, you can check off Submit Status, Submit Date, Submission Answers.
#4 Overall Quiz Report (Submission Status and % Correct)
For this example, under "Quizzes", select the specific Quiz Assignment or In-Lecture Quiz in the list. Then check off Submit Status and % Correct.
Step 3: Name the Download
Finally, you can name and generate your data download. Learn more on interacting with your data download here. In the case that you would like to create weekly reports, you (or a fellow course admin) will have to make sure to generate a report on a weekly cadence.