How to read the Course Progress dashboard and report

Introduction

The Course Progress dashboard and report provide data on the progress of enrolled learners for a specific course. In this guide, you find the details about how to read the data shown on the Course Progress dashboard and the report.

The overview of the Course Progress dashboard and available managing capabilities can be found in the Course Progress dashboard: overview and available options article.

 

The Course Progress dashboard view

The Course Progress dashboard and the course report may slightly differ. In some cases, the dashboard displays information in more details. These details are mentioned in the description of each point where relevant.

 

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The Course Progress dashboard view presents the following information:

1. Total current Learners Enrolled

Displays the number of learners currently enrolled in the course. This number coincides with the number of learners listed in the Name column of the dashboard (number 8) and in the Learner's name column of the report (number 24). Learners with pending enrollment requests aren't counted here even if they have completed the course before.

 

2. Total Learners who have completed the course

Displays the total number of learners who have ever completed the course. If a learner completed the course and afterwards was unenrolled from it, they will still be counted here. If a learner retakes the course after completion, the new completed attempt will not be counted here. The report doesn't contain this information.

 

3. Average Course Rating

Displays the average number of all ratings this course received. The hidden rating won't be included in the average calculation. The report doesn't contain information about rating.

 

4. Completed

Displays the number of currently enrolled learners who have completed the course. A learner is calculated as having the Completed status for the course in the Status column on the dashboard (number 9). In the report, refer to the Completion Status (number 32).

 

5. In Progress

Displays the number of enrolled learners who have started the course but haven't completed it yet. A learner is calculated as having the In Progress status for the course in the Status column on the dashboard (number 9). In the report, refer to the Completion Status (number 32). 

 

6. Not Started

Displays the number of enrolled learners who have not started the course. A learner is calculated as having the Not Started status for the course in the Status column on the dashboard (number 9). The learners who have previously completed the course, forced to retake but haven't started the new attempt yet, are also counted because they have the Not Started status for the new attempt. In the report, refer to the Completion Status (number 32).

 

7. Overdue

Displays the number and percentage of enrolled learners who haven't completed the course by the due date. They have the In Progress or Not Started status for the course in the Status column. Once the due date has passed and the learner completed or was unenrolled from course, they won't be counted here.

 

8. Name

Displays the learner's name. Selecting the expand arrow, you can track the titles of the learning items the course consists of. In the report, refer to number 24 - Learner’s name.

 

9. Status

Displays Not Started, In progress, or Completed – the learner’s status of the current attempt to complete the course. Select the expand arrow next to the learner’s name to see the status of the learning items: Not Started, In Progress, Failed, and Completed. Assessment may have only the Not Started or Completed status.

In the Excel report, refer to number 32 – Completion status. For more information about the completion statuses of the course, navigate to this article.

 

10. This column has no heading in the dashboard

It's located between the Status and CEUs columns. It may contain the grey tick icon.

A separate column near the Status column contains the grey tick icon only for the courses that have been previously completed and have been retaken. Hover over the icon to see the last completion date. If the course has been completed several times, only the last completion date is shown.

In the report, refer to number 33 – Previously completed.

 

11. CEUs

Displays the number of CEUs earned by a learner for the course completion, if CEUs have been set for completion of this course. In the report, refer to number 22.

 

12. Progress

A learner’s progress on the current attempt to complete the course is stated near the learner's name. Select the expand arrow near the learner's name to track progress of the learning items in the course. The calculation of course progress depends on the course type and enrollment type. For detailed information about calculations of progress, navigate to the section How course progress is calculated. Detailed information about calculation of progress for learning items is placed in the Calculation of progress for learning items section of the article.

In the report, refer to number 30.

The displayed here course progress value has a calculation logic that includes attendance (for the instructor-led training) and assignments (if there is any) and, therefore, the progress value differs from the value the learner see on the course home page in the Learner's Progress section if there is attendance (for the instructor-led training) or assignments in the course.

 

Course progress when completing the course manually:

  • If you set the course completion manually by dragging the On toggle without manually completing the learning items in the course and/or attendance (for the instructor-led training), the total course Progress value will be 100% but the learning items will keep the values as they were before the course manual completion, as on the image below.

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  • If separate learning items in the course are manually completed but the course completion is not, the total course progress will be recalculated accordingly. The manually completed learning items receive 100% progress, as in the image below.

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  • If you manually complete all learning items in the course, the course will automatically be set to completed. The total course progress and separate progress of all learning items will be 100%.

The exception is the instructor-led training with the Enroll user into multiple course sessions enrollment type with the defined number of sessions where learner is enrolled in less sessions than required. In this case, manual completion of all learning items and attendance will keep course In Progress.

  • If you manually complete the course by dragging the On toggle, where you also manually complete some learning items and leave the progress of other learning items as it is, the total course progress will be set to 100%, the manually completed learning items will be set to 100%, and the non-modified learning items will keep their progress status as it was before the manual course completion. See the example below.

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13. Score

Displays a learner’s score on the current attempt to complete the course. The course score is calculated as the average of the received by learner score for each learning item. 

Select the expand arrow near the learner's name to track the score on the current attempt of each learning item in the course. For more information about the learning items score calculation refer to the Score calculation for learning items section of the article.

In the report, refer to number 31.

The learning item score calculation depends on the type of the learning item.

IMPORTANT   

  • Learning modules, attendance, external apps, and assessments don't have a score. These cells don't contain any values. If these items are set as required for course completion, they aren't calculated in the total average score for the course.
  • Manual completion of a learning item sets the score of this item to 100%. Learning modules, attendance, external apps, and assessments don't have a score.

 

14. Completed

Displays the date the learner completed the course. In the report, refer to number 36 - Date completed

 

15. Certificate

If the column displays the eye icon meaning the user has acquired certificate(s) upon completion of the course. For more information about how to manage the learner's certificate(s), navigate to this article.

 

The Course Progress report

Selecting the Download Report button on the dashboard will download the course report to your device. Compared to the dashboard view, the course report contains some extra information that is not displayed on the dashboard. In some cases, the dashboard view displays information in more details. All these is mentioned in the description of each point.

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The course report contains the following information:

 

16. Course Name

Displays the name of the course. The dashboard view contains more details, refer to number 8.

 

17. Category

Displays the categories specified for the course. If no category was applied to the course, the cell remains empty. The dashboard view doesn't contain this information.

 

18. Course Type

Displays the course type: e-Learning or Instructor-Led Training.

 

19. Course ID

Displays the course ID if it was specified. If no, the cell remains empty. The dashboard view doesn't contain this information.

 

20. Course Duration

Displays the duration of the course the way it was specified in the Duration field of the course configuration panel. If it wasn't specified, the cell remains empty. The dashboard view doesn't contain this information.

 

21. Course Duration (minutes)

Displays the duration of the course if it was set in the Duration (standard format) field on the course configuration panel. The data in this report column is automatically converted into minutes and displayed as numeric value. As a result, the data can be further used for calculation purposes. The numeric value is converted as following: 1 hour is 60 minutes; 1 day is 24 hours.

The dashboard view doesn't contain this information.


EXAMPLE

If the duration set in the Duration (standard format) field is specified as 1 day 5 hours 30 minutes, the Course Duration (minutes) column will automatically convert this data to 1770 minutes.

 

22. CEUs

The CEUs that learners can acquire upon completion of the course if this was set. If CEUs aren't set for the course, the field remains empty. For the dashboard view, see number 11.

 

23. Enrollment Flow

Displays the type of the enrollment flow: Automatic, Line Manager, or Administrator Approval. The dashboard view doesn't contain this information.

 

24. Learner's name

Displays the names of the currently enrolled learners in this course. For the dashboard view, refer to number 1.

 

25-29. Additional information about learners

Displays additional information about learners enrolled in the course: Email, Department, Office, City, Country. The dashboard view doesn't contain this information.

 

30. Progress

The progress percentage of the learner's current attempt to complete the course.

The dashboard view (number 12) contains detailed information about the progress of each learning item of the course. The calculation of course progress depends on the course type and enrollment type. For detailed information about calculations of progress, navigate to the section How course progress is calculated. Detailed information about calculation of progress for learning items is placed in the last section of the article.

 

31. Score

Displays learner’s score for the course. The dashboard view (number 13) contains detailed information about the progress of each learning item of the course.

 

32. Completion status

The report contains the status of the learner's current attempt to complete the course: Completed, In Progress, Not Stated. The dashboard view (number 9) contains more details on the completion status of each learning item of the course. For more information about the completion statuses of the course, navigate to this article.

 

33. Previously completed

Displays the date when the course was previously completed, if the course was retaken. If the course was completed several times, only the date of the last completion is specified. For the dashboard view, refer to number 10.

 

34. Overdue status

On Time/Overdue shows whether the learner is on time with the course completion.

 

35. Due date

Displays the date when enrolled learners must complete the course. The due date depends on the set Due Date option for the course. If number of days after enrollment is set, the due date in the report will depend on the enrollment date for each learner. If the fixed date option is set, the due date will be the same for all learners. The dashboard doesn't contain this information.

 

36. Date completed

Displays the completion date of the course. If the current attempt to complete the course isn't completed, the cell remains empty. For the dashboard view, refer to number 14.

 

37.Time completed

Displays the time when the learner completed the course. The dashboard view doesn't contain this information.

 

38. Certificate for current progress

Yes means the learner acquired a certificate for the current attempt to complete the course. The empty cell means no certificate was acquired. For the detailed dashboard view, refer to number 15.

 

39. Certificate expiry date

Displays the certificate expiry date if the date was set. This field is empty if there is no expiration date set for the certificate. For the detailed dashboard view, refer to number 15.

 

40. Certificate expired

Yes means the certificate is expired. For the detailed dashboard view, refer to number 15.

 

 

Course progress calculation

For an e-learning course 

Calculation of progress of an e-learning course depends on whether all learning items in the course are set as required for completion.

NOTE   

On the course Progress panel, you can track progress separately for learning modules, content packages, quizzes, and assessments. Quizzes and content packages are also displayed when they form part of a learning module. The progress of other content items in a learning module aren't tracked on the Progress panel but can be viewed via the View Learners' Progress link of the learning module in question from the course Content section.

 

  • All learning items are set as required for completion.

When all learning items are set as required for completion, the course Progress value is calculated as an average of all learning items in the course.

 


EXAMPLE

On the image below, a learner is enrolled in a course with all learning items in it set as required for course completion (these learning items are indicated with the star icon). There are three learning modules, a separate quiz, a separate content package, and an assessment. The learning modules consist of documents, videos, content packages, and quizzes.

On the course Progress panel, you can track progress separately for each learning item, as well as for content packages and quizzes that are included in the learning modules. The progress for documents and videos in a learning module aren't tracked on the course Progress panel but can be viewed via the View Learners' Progress link of the learning module in question from the course Content section.

The progress value of each learning item is included in the course progress calculation.

In the image below, the course consists of nine learning items. The value in the Progress column for the entire course is 50.0% and is calculated by adding together the progress percentage of each of the learning items and dividing by the number of learning items in the course. For the example in the image below, the calculation is:

(100% + 50% + 100% + 33.3% + 67% + 100% + 0% + 0% + 0%) / 9 = 50.0%

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  • Separate learning items are set as required to complete the course.

When some of the learning items are set as required for course completion and others are optional, the value in the Progress column for the entire course is the average of the learning items that are set as required for course completion.


EXAMPLE

On the image below, a learner is enrolled in a course with three learning modules, a separate quiz, a separate content package, and an assessment. The learning items that are set as required (these learning items are indicated with the star icon) are: learning module #1 (contains only documents) and #2, a separate Quiz #1, a separate content package (Project Management), and the assessment task. Quiz is a part a of learning module#2 so it is also marked as required. The progress values of all these items will be included in the course progress calculation.

Learning module #1 consists of items like documents and videos, the progress of which can be tracked via the View Learners' Progress link of the learning module in question from the course Content section.

Learning module #3 is optional, as are the learning items in it (they aren't marked with the star icon). The progress values of these items aren't included in the course progress calculation.

In the image below, the course consists of six learning items that are required for course completion. The value in the Progress column for learning items marked as required for course completion is 47.2% and is calculated by adding together the progress percentage of each of the learning items that are required for course completion and dividing by the number of learning items required for course completion. For the example in the image below, the calculation is:

(100% + 50% + 100% + 33.3% + 0% + 0%) / 6 = 47.2%

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For instructor-led training with learning items

The course progress values for instructor-led training that contains learning items depends on whether course attendance is set as required for course completion. When attendance is set as required, it will be indicated with the star icon on the course Progress panel and will be included in the course progress calculation and course completion. When attendance is not set as required, it won't be indicated with the star icon and won't influence the course progress calculation and course completion.

  • If attendance in instructor-led training is not required for course completion, the course progress status and its value calculation won't be influenced by learners' attendance. In this case, only learning items that are set as required for course completion will be included in the Progress value calculation. The value in the Progress column for the entire course is calculated as the average of the learning items that are set as required for course completion.

For more details on how the value stated in the Progress column for Attendance is calculated for each type of enrollment, navigate to this article.


EXAMPLE

On the image below, the learner's Attendance progress is 0.1%. Attendance isn't required for completion so it isn't indicated with the star icon. As a result, attendance progress doesn't influence the course progress calculation and its completion. The course consists of six learning items that are required for course completion.

The value in the Progress column for the entire course is 50% and is calculated by adding together the progress percentage of each of the learning items in the instructor-led training that are required for course completion and dividing by the number of learning items required for course completion. For the example in the image below, the calculation is:

(100% + 100% + 100% + 0% + 0% + 0%) / 6 = 50%

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  • If attendance in instructor-led training is required for course completion, attendance progress is included in the course progress calculation and influences course completion. In this case, attendance is indicated with the star icon on the course Progress panel. The course progress is calculated as the average of all items set as required for course completion, including attendance.

For more details on how the value stated in the Progress column for attendance is calculated for each type of enrollment, navigate to this article.

 

EXAMPLE

On the image below, the learner's Attendance progress is 53.9%. Attendance is required for course completion and this is indicated with the star icon. The course consists of six learning items that are required for course completion.

The value in the Progress column for the entire course is 59.0% and is calculated by adding together the progress percentage of each of the learning items in the course that are required for course completion and dividing by the number of learning items required for course completion. For the example in the image below, the calculation is:

(100% + 100% + 100% +0% +0% + 53.9%) / 6 = 59.0%

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IMPORTANT   

For multiple-session enrollment type courses with a defined number of sessions, course progress and completion depend on whether learners meet the required attendance percentage and the number of sessions they are required to be enrolled in.

If learners are enrolled in fewer sessions than required, the course will always be In Progress and learners can't completed them.

EXAMPLE

In the image below, the learner has completed five required learning items and visited two sessions. Their registered attendance is 100% for both sessions. However, the requirement of the course completion set is to be enrolled in three sessions. As a result, the learner's attendance is set as 0%. The course isn't completed and has the In Progress status.

The value in the Progress column for the entire course is 83.3% is calculated by adding together the progress percentage of each of the learning items in the course that are required for course completion and dividing by the number of learning items required for course completion. For the example in the image below, the calculation is:

(100% + 100% + 100% + 100% + 100% + 0%) / 6 = 83.3%

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For an instructor-led training without learning items

In cases where an instructor-led course takes place and there are no learning items included in the course content, course progress and completion depend only on learners' registered attendance for the course sessions and is calculated in the following ways.

 

When attendance is not required

  • For the Enroll user into a single course session enrollment type.

If a learner's attendance is not registered (Not Set) for the session, attendance progress is shown as 0% and the course progress as 0%. The course has the Not Started status in this case. Any other registered attendance (Absent, Absent (Informed), 25%, 50%, 75%, or 100%) sets course progress to 100% and sets the course status to Completed.

 

NOTE   

Set attendance percentage equivalents are as follows:

  • Not Set - is equal to 0%
  • Absent - is equal to 0%
  • Absent (informed) - is equal to 1%
  • 25%
  • 50%
  • 75%
  • 100%

When learners register their attendance for a session via the LMS365 mobile app, their session attendance percentage is set to 100%.

 

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  • For the Enroll user into multiple- and all course session enrollment types.

If a learner's attendance is not registered for all sessions, attendance progress is shown as 0% and the course progress as 0%. 

If you register a learner's attendance in at least one of the sessions that they're enrolled in (as Absent, Absent (Informed), 25%, 50%, 75%, or 100%), it sets course progress to 100% and sets the course status to Completed.

For more details about how the value shown in the Progress column for Attendance is calculated for each enrollment type, navigate to this article.

 

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When attendance is set as required

When attendance is set as required for the instructor-led training that doesn't include any learning items, the course progress of the learner depends on their registered attendance for the sessions.

a) For the Enroll user into a single course session enrollment type.

  • When a learner's attendance is not registered (Not Set) for the session, the value in the Progress column for the entire course is 0% and the course status is Not Started.
  • When a learner's registered attendance percentage in the Total field is less than the attendance percentage required for course completion, the value in the Progress column for the entire course is impacted only by registered attendance and is calculated as follows: the value in the Total field is divided by the Required percentage value, then multiplied by 100%. The result of this calculation is also displayed in the Progress column for attendance.

For more information about how the value displayed in the Progress column for attendance is calculated for each enrollment type, navigate to this article. 


EXAMPLE

In the image below, the value in the Total field is 50%. The Required attendance percentage for course completion is 75%. For the example in the image below, the calculation is:

(50 / 75) * 100 = 66.7%

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NOTE   

The registered attendance percentage for Absent (the equivalent is 0%) and Absent (Informed) (the equivalent is 1%) is calculated in the attendance and course progress but the course remains as Not Started, regardless of the progress percentage for the course, as you can see in the image below.

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  • When a learner’s registered attendance is equal to or more than the attendance required for course completion, the attendance and course progress will both show 100% in the Progress column.


EXAMPLE

In the image below, the Required attendance is 75%. The learner's registered attendance is 100%, which is higher than the attendance percentage required. Therefore, attendance and course progress are set to 100%.

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b) For the Enroll user into all course sessions enrollment type.

  • When a learner's attendance is not registered (Not Set) for all sessions, the value in the Progress column for the entire course is 0% and the course status is Not Started.
  • When a learner's registered attendance value in the Total field is less than the attendance required for course completion, the values in the course Progress column for both the course and attendance are the same. The course and attendance statuses are In Progress.

In this case, the course/attendance progress is calculated as follows:

The value in the Total field is divided by the Required percentage value, then multiplied by 100%. The result of this calculation is displayed in the Progress column for both the course and attendance.

For more information about how the values displayed in the Total field and the Progress column for attendance is calculated for each enrollment type, navigate to this article. 


EXAMPLE

In the image below, the value in the Total field is 50.5%. The Required attendance percentage for course completion is 75%. For the example in the image below, the calculation is:

(50.5 / 75) * 100% = 67.3%

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NOTE   

When the registered attendance for sessions is set as Absent (the equivalent is 0%) and/or Absent (Informed) (the equivalent is 1%), it is calculated in the attendance and course progress, but the course status remains as Not Started, regardless of the progress percentage for the course, as you can see in the image below.

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  • When a learner's attendance is registered, and the Total attendance progress is greater than or equal to the attendance required to complete the course, the attendance and course progress show 100% in the Progress column. The status for both the course and attendance is Completed.

For more information about how the values stated in the Total field and the Progress column for Attendance is calculated for each enrollment type, navigate to this article. 

 


EXAMPLE

In the image below, the value in the Total field is 100%. The Required attendance percentage for course completion is 75%. The Progress column for both the course and attendance is 100%.

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c) For the Enroll user into multiple course session enrollment type.

  • When a learner's attendance is not registered (Not Set) for all sessions, the value in the Progress column for the entire course is 0% and the course status is Not Started.
  • When a learner's attendance is registered and their Total attendance progress is less than the attendance percentage required for course completion, the values in the Progress column for the course are the same as value for attendance progress

The course/attendance progress calculation in this case depends on the settings for registered attendance:
a) If registered attendance for All enrolled sessions is required, the value in the Total field is divided by the Required percentage value, then multiplied by 100%. The result of this calculation is displayed in the Progress column for both the course and attendance. The status of both the course and attendance is In Progress.

For more information about how the values displayed in the Total field and the Progress column for Attendance are calculated for each enrollment type, navigate to this article. 

 


EXAMPLE

In the image below, the value in the Total field is 33.3%. The Required attendance percentage for course completion is 75%. For the example in the image below, the calculation is:

(33.3 / 75) * 100% = 44.4%.

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b) If a course completion set requires registered attendance for a defined number of sessions, then the course progress calculation depends on the number of sessions the learner is enrolled in and their registered attendance for the sessions. To successfully complete the course, the learner must meet all the criteria.

 

 

NOTE   

When a learner is enrolled in fewer sessions than is required for course completion, the course and attendance progress won't reach 100% and the Completed status respectively. 

EXAMPLE

In the image below, the learner is enrolled in, and has attended, only two sessions out of the three sessions required for course completion. As a result, 0% is displayed for course and attendance progress and their status is In Progress.

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  • When the Total registered attendance value for all defined sessions is less than the Required value, course and attendance progress is calculated in the following way: the value in the Total field is divided by the Required percentage value, then multiplied by 100%. The result of this calculation is displayed in the Progress column for both the course and attendance. The status of both the course and attendance is In Progress.

For more information about how the values displayed in the Total field and the Progress column for Attendance are calculated for each enrollment type, navigate to this article. 


EXAMPLE

In the image below, the value in the Total field is 50.5%. The Required attendance percentage for course completion is 75%. For the example in the image below, the calculation is:

(50.5 / 75) * 100% = 67.3%.

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  • If attendance is registered only for some but not all defined sessions, the attendance and course progress show 0% in the Progress column. The status for both the course and attendance is In Progress.


EXAMPLE

In the image below, a learner is enrolled in four sessions of a course where attendance in only three sessions is required to complete the course. The learner attended two of these sessions. As a result, the Total progress is 0%, course and attendance progress show 0% in the Progress column and the course status is In Progress.

 

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NOTE   

When the registered attendance for all sessions required for course completion is set as Absent (the equivalent is 0%) and/or Absent (Informed) (the equivalent is 1%), it is calculated in the attendance and course progress, but the course status remains as Not Started, regardless of the progress percentage for the course, as you can see in the image below.

EXAMPLE

In the image below, the learner is enrolled in four sessions. Attendance for only three sessions is required to complete the course. The learner has the registered attendance (Absent Informed) for all three of the required sessions. As a result, course and attendance progress show 1.3% in the Progress column and the course status is In Progress.

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When registered attendance is higher or equal to the required attendance

When a learner's attendance is registered for all the required sessions and the Total attendance progress is greater than or equal to the value Required to complete the course, then course and attendance progress show 100% in the Progress column, and the status for both the course and attendance is Completed.


EXAMPLE

In the image below, the learner has enrolled in four sessions but attendance is required for only three sessions. As a result, Total attendance of the completed sessions is higher than the required attendance. The course is completed with 100% in progress.

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Calculation of progress for learning items

Learning module

Learning module progress is calculated as a percentage of the number of passed learning items out of all the learning items in a learning module.

 

NOTE   

On the Course Progress panel, you can track progress for learning modules, content packages, quizzes, and assessments separately. Quizzes and content packages are also displayed when they form part of a learning module. The progress of all content items in a learning module aren't tracked on the Progress panel but can be viewed via the View Learners' Progress link of the learning module in question from the course Content section on the course configuration panel.


EXAMPLE

There are four items in a learning module and the learner has passed three of them. The learning module progress is calculated as follows: 3 / 4 * 100 = 75%. This value is displayed in the Progress column of the learning module and when you select the View Learners' Progress link of the learning module in question from the course Content section on the course configuration panel.

 

Quiz

Quiz progress is calculated as a percentage of the earned score percentage against the passing score of the quiz.


EXAMPLE

In the image below, the quiz passing score is set as 70%. The learner's current earned score is 20%. The value in the Progress column for this quiz is calculated as follows:

(20 / 70) * 100 = 28.6%.

 

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Content package

Content package progress is calculated according to the content package settings or as a percentage of passed SCOs (Sharable Content Object) out of all SCOs.

 

External app

External app progress can be 0% when it has the Not Started status or 100% when it has the Completed status.

 

Assessment

Assessment progress is approved by the assigned supervisor or manually set by course or course catalog admins. Progress can be 0% when it has the Not Started status or 100% when it has the Completed status.

 

Attendance

The attendance progress and completion status depend on whether attendance is required for course completion, the learner's progress with attendance, and the enrollment type of the instructor-led training. See this article for more information.

 

Assignment

Assignment progress is calculated as a percentage of the earned score percentage against the percentage required for assignment completion.


EXAMPLE

In the image below, the current learner’s grade score for the assignment is 49%. The percentage required for completion is set to greater than or equal to 90%. The learner’s assignment progress is displayed in the Progress column and is calculated as follows:

(49 / 90) * 100 = 54.4%.

 

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Score calculation for learning items

 

IMPORTANT   

  • Learning modules, attendance, external apps, and assessments don't have a score. These cells don't contain any values. If these items are set as required for course completion, they aren't calculated in the total average score for the course.
  • Manual completion of a learning item sets the score of this item to 100%. Learning modules, attendance, external apps, and assessments don't have a score.

 

The learning item score calculation depends on the type of the learning item:

  • Quiz score is calculated as a percentage of the earned points for the last quiz attempt. Hover over the Score value to see the points scored out of the total available points for the quiz.

 


EXAMPLE

In the image below, the total available points for the quiz is 23. The learner scored 18 points. The quiz Score percentage is calculated by dividing the number of points scored by the total available points for the quiz, then multiplying by 100. For the example in the image below, the calculation is:

18 / 23 * 100 = 78.3%

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  • Content package score is calculated in accordance with the scale set in the content package. For example, if the scale is absent, the score will be 0% for the learner’s last attempt.

 

  • Assignment score is calculated as a percentage of the received grade score with regard to the maximum grade score. Hover over the Score value to see the points scored out of the total available points for the assignment.


EXAMPLE

In the image below, the learner scored 49 out of 100 available points for the assignment. The assignment Score percentage is calculated by dividing the number of points scored by the total available points for the assignment, then multiplying by 100. For the example in the image below, the calculation is:

49 / 100 * 100 = 49%

 

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