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Jeff_F
Community Champion

  • Need to know which courses have assignments created?
  • Need to know what type and how many assignments instructors use?
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oxana
Community Participant

Weekend outage affecting the North Virgina region.

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oxana
Community Participant

The Caliper event transformation logic is being updated, effective Monday, 12 October 2020.

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oxana
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For August 24, Canvas Data customers will see this 20% omission reflected within the monthly historical refresh file and the New Analytics Weekly Online Activity totals.

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oxana
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North Virginia region: data loss from 8/24, 8/25, and 8/26

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gshinde
Instructure
Instructure

In the Canvas Data (2018-12-11) release, an identifier that is a reserved word in some systems (such as AWS Redshift) was introduced in some Outcomes Tables. The ‘percent’ column in the learning_outcome_result_fact and learning_outcome_question_result_fact tables can cause complications in your imports.

If you are using an SQL database where ‘percent’ is a reserved word you may want to consider using a different identifier for the column name. If you would like to use ‘percent’ as the column name, to resolve any resulting complications, escape the ‘percent’ columns in the learning_outcome_question_result_fact and learning_outcome_result_fact tables by putting quotation marks around the column names in your SQL queries and DDL statements.

The Version numbers were recently updated to accommodate some data type fixes with Outcomes data. ‘Precision’ was updated to ‘Double Precision’ for consistency with other data types in Canvas Data. Additionally, the Catalog data schema preview was rolled back because an invalid data was included.

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cward
Instructure
Instructure

We're proud to introduce a Canvas Network course being offered FREE by Jing Qi and Brian Reid of Dartmouth College. The course is titled "Analytics in Course Design: Leveraging Canvas Data," and will help faculty and instructional designers explore Canvas Data and visualization techniques to make informed decisions about Canvas course design.

You can enroll in this self-paced course here: Analytics in Course Design: Leveraging Canvas Data - Canvas Network | Free online courses | MOOCs

About the instructors:

f000f2p, Ed.D

Learning Analytic and LMS Specialist

Dr. Jing Qi serves as the LMS and Learning Analytic Specialist at Dartmouth College. She holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Science, and a doctorate degree in education. Using her solid background in computer science, extensive experience in educational data mining, and strong interest in data visualization, she integrates the core elements of learning analytics and instructional technology in the exploration of Analytics in Instructional Design.

Brian Reid, Ph.D

Instructor

Dr. Brian Reid works as an Associate Director of Information Technology at Dartmouth's Geisel School of Medicine where he supports curricular applications. With a background in chemistry and educational technology, he has been creating data visualizations for three decades. Dr. Reid has written software to animate molecular motion, visualize mathematical models, plot biological and geological data, and simulate lab experiments. His most recent efforts have focused on visualizing curricular data at the Geisel School of Medicine.

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