Reporting is available from Teach Something > Reporting page. Note that because there is a lot of data involved, this page might sometimes take a few moments to load.

There are two types of reports available: Course Report and Learner Report.

Course Report

The Course Report shows you information about your courses. Use this report to get basic statistics about your course. Note that it only reports on figures from users in your group.

You can filter this report by the groups you manage.

The graph can be adjusted to a time period by using the sliders above the dates.

The report table can be sorted by any of the column headers, and you can export to Excel or CSV.

When you click into a course, you can see specific (generalised) data for this course, eg:

Learner Report

The Learner Report shows you information about your learners. You can use this to examine information about specific learners. Note that it only reports on figures from users in your group.

The report table can be sorted by any of the column headers, and you can export to Excel or CSV.

Click on any learner to see which courses they have engaged with. It will sometimes take a moment to load the figures for the learner into the table.

At a glance you can see where the learner has progressed to, and this might help you assess if they require further assistance – or if your material is difficult at certain points. For example:

There is a left-hand menu:

Click on any item to view it in more detail for that user. Note that “Tin Can” refers to H5P content.

Alternate reporting, and emailing learners directly

There is another type of reporting available from the backend, under Your Courses > Course Reports.

This reporting is more limited, however it does have one useful difference: it lists everyone who is enrolled in your course, not just those in your groups. (Although often this will be the same, there are some configurations where it’s not, eg when someone has left your group.)

It also has the ability to email all learners enrolled (we suggest you do this rarely) or email individual learners.