We run a short course that is only 6 weeks long, rather than the usual 15 or 16 week university courses. We would like to see course activity broken down not only by week, but by day, to figure out which days are the most active.
I'd vote this up if it were a feature idea. I think providing the option for faculty to drill deeper into the data could be useful in a number of situations, even beyond the great use case you've identified here.
For some reason, when I run the resources.csv file, I have resources from last year as well?? There was an iss ue earlier in the semester when one of the TA's overwrote this years files with last years (the day before class started!!) but these were all deleted. Why are they showing up in the report?
Hi, Hao-Nhien, You may be interested in our new Analytics tool, which will show you interactive analytics for students for an assignment. For more information, visit User Group: Analytics Beta Thanks! ErinPreviewHide preview
Currently, the Messages Students Who percentage range only allows between 0% and 100%. Some faculty award extra credit and would have students with scores greater than 100%. The instructor is not able to message these students currently.
When you navigate to the Resources list in the Weekly Online Activity view, one of the metrics is "page views". Does this only count student users or would that include observers as well? In a public course would that count also include unenrolled (or not-logged-in) users?
Once Analytics is available for the student, are there any future plans to connect/rout the data to support groups, like counseling, or disabled students services? I love that we can email "students who...", but I would love a CC option to the counselor or financial aid officer, for example. The only other option right now is to add counselors to…(Show moreShow less)
Great idea beyond just Analytics Beta. We give counselors an admin role, I'd love to see both the "message students who..." and the inbox tool allow you to add a subaccount admin to a message. Teacher or parents could easily loop in a counselor or assistant principal, which you could only do through a standard email outside of Canvas right now.
Thanks for clarifying. We do have a user group for Analytics Beta, and if you aren't participating, I'd recommend posting a question in the User Group: Analytics Beta for our product managers to review. Thanks, ErinPreviewHide preview
I thought there used to be a specific link for feedback in the Analytics 2.0 user group, but I'm not seeing that anywhere. Loving the Weekly Online Activity feature! Teachers have asked for this and it's a great thing to get into our hands. One issue I'm seeing when you view resources is that it's listing images that are parts of pages. In my…(Show moreShow less)