This article is for coordinators and admins, and will help you to understand what tools are available in the Analytics Tab of your dashboard, as well as some suggestions for how to customise it.

The Basics

We know that as the program manager or learning experience designer, you may want to compare participant responses to the same question. You may want to assess your learners' understanding of a concept or to compare learners’ self-confidence in certain skill areas.

And we’re sure you don’t want to have to go into every student submission and do the math yourself! Don’t worry, the Analytics Tab has got you covered.

In the Analytics Tab you will be able to:

  • Build your own dashboard of relevant assessment analytics

  • Draw out aggregate data for any multiple choice* assessment question

  • Select from a graph of your choice (pie, donut, bar, line, scatter, and more)

*Please note, only multiple-choice questions can be used for the analytics.

Making the most of your Analytics Tab

In order to customise a really insightful analytics dashboard, we have some tips:

  • Select questions where you can compare data at the beginning and end of the program

  • Set up analytics that extract participant and reviewer responses

  • Configure a range of knowledge/project specific analytics and skills-specific analytics

  • Select analytics that are connected to your success metrics for this learning experience. What will define success? What analytics can you garner to evaluate that?


You’ve learnt what the Analytics tab can do, so now it’s time to customise your own. Head to this article to learn how to Set Up An Analytic.

We think you might also be interested in learning about the other tabs on your dashboard, such as:

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