1. Why View Course Statistics?
  2. Accessing the Statistics Report

cuLearn Course Statistics provide yet another option for viewing students’ engagement with the cuLearn component of your course (graphs and tables of user activity may be generated).  The statistics graphs and tables show how many hits there have been on various parts of your site during various time frames; they do not show how many distinct users there have been.

Why View Course Statistics?

  • The graphical representation of student engagement is a great tool for sharing with students; it allows students to see a visual display of their level of participation in the course.
  • Allows an instructor/TA to determine when students are most likely to access the course-the day before an assignment is due?  The days leading up to a midterm/final exam?
    • Once you know when and what students are accessing on cuLearn, you can try to develop strategies to encourage students to access cuLearn on a more regular basis
  • You can establish/identify a relationship between student success in relation to whether (or not) students regularly access cuLearn and share these results with students.

Accessing the Statistics Report

  1. Log in to cuLearn using your MyCarletonOne credentials.
  2. Click on your course link.
  3. Click on the blue Gear icon at the top right of your course homepage and select More….
  4. In the Reports section, click Statistics.                                           
  5. Choose your options from the drop-down menus:                    
    • Report type – Select the type of report you wish to view:
      • All activity (all views and posts) Teaching Assistant-shows all actions by TAs
      • All activity (all views and posts) Student-shows all actions by Students
      • All activity (all views and posts) Teacher-shows all actions by Teacher(s)
      • Views (all roles)-shows all Views by anyone in the course
      • Posts (all roles)-shows all Posts made by anyone in the course
      • All activity (all roles)-shows everything (posts and views) by everyone in the coursests
    • Time period – last: – Select the period you wish to view (you can go back up to three years).
  6. Once you have entered values for the above parameters, click View.
  7. Users matching the criteria you selected will be listed in a table sorted by Period ending (Month).

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