This article is for coordinators and admins, and will help you to understand the steps you need to take to set up new analytics in the Analytics Tab of your dashboard.
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)
In order to add a new analytic to your dashboard, these are the steps to take:
Before you create your dashboard, consider what analytics you want to include.
What are the success metrics for your program?
- Can you compare data at different points of the program, e.g. in baseline & end of program self-assessments, or draft & final deliverables?
- Can you include a range of skills-based and knowledge-based data points?
- Can you include a range of submitter and reviewer data points?
(You may have now discovered that you need to adjust some of the assessment questions in order to track the data you need!)
Okay, now you’re ready to set up an analytic. In the Analytics Tab, click the cog in the top right-hand corner.
3. Click on ‘New Assessment Analysis’
4. Configure your analytic
a) Select an assessment from the dropdown menu that you know includes multiple-choice questions
b) Select a multiple-choice question from the dropdown menu
c) Select a specific cohort or all cohorts. Note: most experiences only have one cohort and so you can select either options - specific cohort or all cohorts.
d) Select a chart from the dropdown menu that is suitable to the data you want to visualise.
e) Hit save
5. Repeat steps 3 & 4 for as many analytics as you wish to include, then hit Save again.
6. If you want to change the order of your analytics you can simply drag around the grey boxes in the screen below. If you’ve already hit the ‘Save’ button, return to this screen by clicking on the cog on the Analytics tab again.
Nice work, you’ve learnt how to set up an analytic for assessment questions on your Analytics Tab.
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