Progress on learning items in a course

Introduction

Each course may consist of several learning items. The learning modules can, in its turn combine a number of learning items.

If you would like to get an overview of the progress with different learning items in a course and how each learner is progressing with the individual learning item of the course, this can be seen from the Manage Course Content page.

This guide gives information on:

  • Where to view the general progress with different learning items in a course.
  • Individual learner's progress on learning item of the course.
  • The possibilities to view and manage learners' progress from this view.
  • How to export a report on the learners' progress on a learning item.

 

General progress on learning items in a course

To get an overview of the progress on different learning items in a course:

1) LMS365 Admin Center > Training Management

2) Select the relevant course. From the Course Management panel, select Manage Course Content.

From this view, you can compare the progress on the different learning items in a course and understand what learning items that are performing well in terms of learner completion and where in the course learners get stuck. 

 

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The following information is presented in the columns: 

  • Name - Title of the learning item.
  • Visibility - The icon with a crossed over eye means the learning item is hidden for learners in the course.
  • Type - Shows the learning item type: Learning Module, Quiz, Content Package, or External App.
  • Published - Whether the learning item is published or not.
  • Number of Items - The number of elements the learning item consists of.
  • Course Completion - Shows whether the learning item is set as a required to complete the course.
  • Progress - Shows how learners are progressing with the learning item. The color indicator and percentage will give a quick indication of the progress status.
    • Not Started - Means the learning item has not been started by learners yet.
    • In Progress - Means learners have started the attempt, but have not completed it.
    • Failed – Means learners have failed to complete the last attempt or the learning item itself.
    • Completed – Means learners have successfully completed the learning item.

When no learners are enrolled in the course, the progress bar is grey.

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Learner's progress on the learning items

Learner's progress on a learning module

To view the detailed progress of the enrolled learners on the learning module, follow the steps:

1) From the LMS365 Admin Center > Training Management> select the relevant course > Manage Course Content

2) Select the relevant learning module from the list of learning items. On the Actions panel, select View Learners' Progress.

         

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The View Learners' Progress action opens the learning module progress panel with the information on the enrolled in the course learners and possible actions to perform. For detailed information on how to View Learners' Progress, Export Learners' Progress, and Delete Learner's Progress on the learning module, navigate to this article.

 

NOTE   

To view the learner's progress details of the unenrolled learners, admin must re-enroll them in the course.

Learner's progress on a quiz

To view the detailed progress on the quiz or view the question statistics of the quiz in the course for the enrolled learners, follow the steps:

1) From the LMS365 Admin Center > Training Management> select the relevant course > Manage Course Content

2) Select the relevant quiz from the list of learning items. On the Actions panel, select View Learners' Progress or Question Statistics with regard to the required action.

The actions links open the relevant progress panel with the information on the enrolled in the course learners and possible actions to perform. For detailed information on how to View Learners' Progress, Export Learners' Progress, and Question Statistics on the quiz, navigate to this article.

 

NOTE   

To view the learner's progress details of the unenrolled learners, admin must re-enroll them in the course.

     

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Learner's progress on a content package

The View Learner's Details action allows you to view the progress and the details on the selected content package of the enrolled in the course learners, the statistics on the attempts made by an individual learner.

 

NOTE   

To view the learner's details on the content package of the unenrolled learners, admin must re-enroll them in the course.

 

To view learners' progress with a content package, follow the steps:

1) In the LMS365 Admin Center, select the course.

2) On the Course Management panel, select Manage Course Content.

3) In the Conent Section, select the relevant content package.

4) On the Actions panel, select View Learners' Details.

 

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On the opened Learners' Details page, you will find the learner's progress on the current content package.

For detailed information on how to View Learners' Attempt, Download Report, and Delete Learner's Attempt on the content packagenavigate to this article.

 

Learner's progress on an external app

The View Learner's Details action allows you to view the progress and the details on the selected external app of the enrolled in the course learners.

 

NOTE   

To view the learner's details on the external app of the unenrolled learners, admin must re-enroll them in the course.

 

To view learners' progress on an externall app, follow the steps:

1) In the LMS365 Admin Center, select the course.

2) On the Course Management panel, select Manage Course Content.

3) In the Conent Section, select the relevant externall ap.

4) On the Actions panel, select View Learners' Details.

On the opened View Learners' Details page, you will find the learner's progress.

For detailed information on how to View Learners' Details, Export the report on learners' progress, and delete learner's attempt on the external appnavigate to this article.

 

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