An Activity report shows the number of views for each Activity and Resource (and any related blog entries) in the course. The report includes the following information:
- Items are listed in order of appearance in each course section.
- The Activity column shows the icon for the activity type and the name of the activity.
- The Views column displays the view count for each item.
- The Related blog entries column will display any blog entries related to the given Activity.
- The Last access column shows the date the item was last viewed and the elapsed time since the latest view.
|NOTE: An activity report automatically generates from the course’s start date (in the course settings).|
An Activity Report is a great reflection tool that allows you to examine the Activities and Resources you’ve posted on cuLearn. The report also determines which Activities/Resources students visit most frequently. Why are students viewing certain Activities/Resources more (frequently) than others? How does that reflect student engagement within your course?
By recording the last access date and view count for your Activity/Resource, you can get a sense of the number of students actively participating in the online portion of your course (cuLearn). Are students frequently accessing material earlier in the term/year and then tapering off towards the end? What different strategies could you try in order to encourage students to continue to access Activities/Resources on cuLearn?
To view the Activity Report for your course in cuLearn:
- Log in to cuLearn using your MyCarletonOne credentials.
- Click on your course link.
- Click on the Gear icon at the top right of your course homepage
- In the drop-down menu, select More….
- In the Reports section, click Activity report.
- A new screen will display all of your course Activities/Resources.
|TIP: You can filter the date range of your Activity report under the Filter drop-down menu.|
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