This article will help you to view and organise all Practera experiences you have access to. You will learn how to read and download your experience KPIs, to identify which experience need your attention, how you can add new experiences, how tags and filters create a customised view for you, and many more details how the overview page can help you to manage your experience even better.


The Basics

Any of the educator or admin roles need to design, manage and report on multiple experiences. So how do you keep track of all your different tasks? Let's take a look what we designed for you!

From a holistic view to the details I Overview at a glance - KPI's:

The top KPI's give you a holistic overview of your experiences and indicate how they are going. They answer the main questions: How many experiences are live, how engaged are the learners in the experiences and what is their sentiment.

With a glance you can identify:
a) How many experiences are currently life
b) How many users were active during the last 7 days

c) How many feedback loops are started and completed

d) How the average feedback quality is

Note: If you add a filter to your view, the top analytics show the data for the filtered experiences!

Filter & Tags

If you are a poweruser of Practera. you know that you will deal with dozens, if not hundreds of experiences! That's why we developed filter and tagging functionality. Filters let you define which experiences should be displayed.


By adding tags, you can create an unlimited amount of views which are easily accessible. E.g. you can add semester tags and then filter all experiences for a certain semester. Or you create course tags, which let you easily display and compare experiences you delivered in the same course over multiple semesters.

To add tags, click on the "ADD TAGS" label on the experience card and enter your custom tags. If you want to re-use a tag, start writing its name and Practera will suggest the relevant tag to you.

You can filter by type, status and/or by tags (simply click on the tags on the right hand side).

Experience Cards

Each of your experiences has their own summary card to give you a top level overview. The card also indicates if your experience needs your attention.

Recently active participants and mentors:

Reflects the percentage of participants who logged in at least once during the past 7 days out of the total number.

Feedback loops completed:

Reflects the started and completed feedback loops. A feedback loop counts as completed if all stages are completed:

  • Assessment submitted by a team

  • Mentor reviewed assessment and submitted feedback

  • Team members read feedback

A feedback loop helps participants to process the way they learn in practice and is triggered after certain events (e.g. moderated assessment) which can happen multiple times over the duration of a program.

Feedback quality score:

This is the average rating given by participants to mentors' feedback based on how helpful they find it (on a scale of 0-100%). It is done at the end of the feedback loop and can happen multiple times during the course of the program (e.g. moderated assessment).

Adding a new experience

Add a new experience template

Do you already have a certain idea which experience you want to start next or you simply want to browse through our experience library and get inspired? Just click the "Add Experience" button on the right hand side of your overview page and it will open the experience library immediately for you!

You can also start from scratch by selecting the "DIY" template in the relevant category.

Duplicate experience

You want to re-use your experience? Simply open your experience overview page, navigate to the experience you want to duplicate and click on the three dots of your experience card to choose the "Duplicate" option.

Next to duplicating your content you can also choose to copy your users (authors, coordinators, experts, learners) along and don't worry - since all duplication start in "Draft" mode* your users will not see what your are building until you go live.



Let us know if you want to learn more about the different experiences statuses (Draft, Schedule, Enrol, Live, Done, Archived) and what this means for you and your users.


Conclusion

Now you know how to easily manage your experience by organising it to your need and overviewing them on a high level perspective. How to create new experiences through adding new templates or duplicating your existing experiences and how to download your experience data to demonstrate the success of your experiences.

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