Course logs allow instructors to see which resources and/or activities students have accessed and when. You can check to see if a student has viewed a specific resource or participated in a particular activity. You can limit your search to a specific day or time period.
- Log in to cuLearn using your MyCarletonOne credentials.
- Click on your course link.
- Click on the blue Gear icon at the top right of your course homepage and choose More….
- In the Reports section, click Logs.
- On the new page, you will be asked to “Choose which logs you want to see” with a series of drop down menus.
- To generate a log, select one or more of the following options to narrow your search:
- Course filter. The default is your current course.
- Participant filter. The default is all users (participants). Pull down the list to select a particular participant.
- Day filter. The default is all days. Pull down the list to select a specific date.
- Activity filter. The default is all activities. Pull down the list to narrow the filter to one activity.
- Action filter. The default is all actions. Pull down the list to limit the action to All actions, Create, View, Update, or Delete.
- Educational level: The default is Educational level (none specified). Pull down the list to limit educational level to those who are Teaching, Participating, or Other (if you leave the default, all educational levels will be included).
- Standard Log: The default is Standard log. Please do not change this setting.
- Click the Get these logs button. The reports page will open and display a list of the filtered activity.
- Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the drop-down menu to choose a file type
- Comma separated values text file (default-will work in Excel)
- Excel spreadsheet
- OpenDocument spreadsheet
- Tab separated values text file
- Unpaged XHTML document
- Click Download.
NOTE: The log report page contains active links enabling you to access a student’s page or a particular page that the student was viewing. The IP address link provides an estimate of the students location.
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