The learner engagement dashboard contains several reports and analytics to help you measure the level of active participation and involvement of your learners. This report may help you gauge the extent to which learners are motivated, interested, and committed to the training program you've designed.
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Be default, the learner engagement dashboard displays the data of all individuals in an account across the last 90 days, but you can use the group and date filters to focus on particular ranges of time or subsets of user data.
When a filter is active, you'll see it represented as a blue label at the top of the page. You can remove a filter at any time by selecting the X within a label or by selecting Clear All.
The lesson views module displays the total number of lessons viewed by users during the last 90 days. Lesson views are counted each time a user opens a lesson.
Lesson views are aggregated by week, Monday through Sunday, and plotted on a line graph. Mouse over each node to reveal date and view data.
Lessons are also ranked by their total number of views. Click on a lesson title to jump to its overview page.
The Searches module displays the total number of searches by all users in your account during the last 90 days. This search volume is visualized as a bar chart; each bar represents a calendar month. Mouse over each bar to reveal the number of searches performed during that month.
This module also contains two tables, one containing most searched terms and one containing most searched terms with no results. Use these queries to find gaps in your training program, discover learner interests, or identify keywords that should be added to lesson and section titles in order to improve search discovery.
💡 Tip: These values can be plotted as a line graph, allowing you to compare no-result queries against all search data. Choose which variables you'd like to plot by selecting the buttons under the bar chart.
Search data can be exported as a .csv file. Select Search Summary and a report will be downloaded to your computer.
The active users module shows the number of unique users who logged in at least once during the last 90 days. Monthly active users (MAUs) are visualized as a bar chart; each bar represents a calendar month. Mouse over each bar to reveal the number of MAUs for that month.
The module also contains a table showing the people and groups who've logged in the greatest number of times. You can remove admins from this data by deselecting the checkbox at the bottom of the table.
MAU data can be exported as a .csv file. Select All Active Users and a report will be downloaded to your computer.
Completed and Overdue Assignments
The completed assignments module shows the number of assignments and completions by week. This data is plotted as a line graph. By toggling assignments and completions, you can view these data individually or in comparison to each other.
The overdue assignments module contains two tables. One shows the most overdue learning content, i.e., the lessons and paths with the greatest number of overdue assignments. The other shows the most overdue people and groups.
The information in these tables is actionable. Click the name of a lesson to jump to its overview page. Click the count icons to see a list of the people or assignments that are overdue.
You can also download complete and incomplete assignment data as .csv files. Both reports contain data such as: the assignee's name; the assignment type; the date of the assignment; the start date; the due date (if applicable); the assignor; and the source of the assignment. Note that the assignor's name will only be displayed if an assignment was made directly, that is, through the Assign module. Otherwise, this column will be left blank.
You can see how an assignment was made by checking the Source column in either report. The assignor source indicates how assignments were sent to users. There are seven kinds of assignment source types.
Via_Assignment : the assignment was made directly, thus the assignor's name will appear in the report.
Via_Group_Trigger : the assignment was made by a group trigger.
Via_Content_Trigger : the assignment was made by a content trigger.
Via_API : the assignment was made via Lessonly's API.
Via_Scheduled_Assignment : the assignment was made directly but scheduled for a future date.
Via_Learning_Library : content completed as optional learning.
Via_Shared_Link : the assignment was created from a share link.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. When I apply a date filter the overdue assignments module disappears. Why?
A. The learners in this report have not finished their assignments. No end date has been recorded, thus there's no information to display.
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