1. Why use the Activity Report?
  2. Accessing the Activity Report

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).

Why use the Activity Report?

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?

Accessing the Activity Report

To view the Activity Report for your course in cuLearn:

  1. Log in to cuLearn using your MyCarletonOne credentials.
  2. Click on your course link.
  3. Click on the Gear icon at the top right of your course homepage
  4. In the drop-down menu, select More….
  5. In the Reports section, click Activity report.                      
  6. 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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