The Course engagement tab includes analytics about how students are consuming the content in your courses.
How to Navigate to Your Course Engagement Tab
You can find the Course engagement features as part of the instructor Performance features:
- Navigate to the Performance features
- Click on Course engagement from the left-hand menu of Performance features
Minutes Taught and Active Students
The statistics of minutes taught and active students are displayed at the top of the Course engagement page.
For the time period you select, via the date range filter, minutes taught is the total minutes of lectures students have collectively viewed for your courses.
Active students represents the number of students who have started a lecture over the selected time period.
The corresponding graph below shows the breakdown by month or day, depending on the date range you’ve selected.
All Course View
Currently, a table displays the number of minutes taught and active students for each of your courses. Additional course-level and lecture-level metrics will be added to the Course engagement feature in the coming months.
Course Level View
At the bottom of the page, a table displays the number of minutes taught and active students for each of your courses. By clicking See details you can get additional insights for individual courses you teach, including:
- Course level metrics for minutes taught and active students, which can be filtered by date
- Lecture highlights: this section shows the Most bookmarked lectures by students in your course and Most dropped lectures (videos in your course that students stopped watching within 15 seconds)
- Lecture details: for each lecture in the course the Watched column shows the number of students who have watched more than 15 seconds for any lecture. For each video and mashup lecture, the Dropped column shows the percentage of students who stopped watching within 15 seconds. In addition, for video and mashup lectures, Amount watched shows the average completion percentage by the students who watched each lecture.