Does anyone know if I can view analytics for Discussions?
Are you wanting something specific in terms of analytics for discussions? In general there isn't anything like for quizzes, but you can get some information. Just depends what you want.
Glory, maybe James Jones's How to Count Student Discussion Posts Canvancement will give you what you're looking for. As Kona Jones points out, it depends on what you need.
Glory Puljak, depending on what is possible at your institution, you might look into Threadz as well. We have this as an option instructors can enable and it provides statistics in a downloadable format and several visualizations. It's really interesting to visually "see" the data. Especially for those of us that aren't good with charts and graphs like myself.
Visualize Discussions - Threadz
"How can I use Threadz in my teaching?
View post length; view late, and unread posts.
Identify learner isolation or non-integrated groups
Understand correlation (if any) to discussion forum participation and learning outcomes
Identify how instructor-centric discussions may differ from learner-centered discussions and any impact on student participation
Challenge students to achieve participation metrics in their posts, or to influence interactions with others
Challenge the class as a whole to increase participation and interaction"
Ditto, such a great toolQ
Melanie, thanks for the suggestion. Good to "see" you!
You too Rochelle Rodrigo, miss your energy and creativity!
Here's a little more info from a recent session I did. Discussion stats can also be viewed using James Jones's work pulling info into Google as well.
Hello Glory Puljak ...
I noticed that it's been quite a while (April 2) since you first posted this message here in the Canvas Community, and so I thought I would check in with you. It looks like you've received several responses from members of the Community. Have you had a chance to review those postings? If so, did any of them help to answer your question? Or, are you still looking for some help with you initial question? If you feel that one of the above replies has helped to answer your question, please feel free to mark it as "Correct". However, if you still need assistance with this question, please come back to this thread and post a message below so that the Community can continue to assist you. For now, I'm going to mark your question as "Assumed Answered", but that won't prevent you or others from posting additional questions/comments below. I hope that's okay with you. Looking forward to hearing from you soon, Glory.
Retrieving data ...