What’s new with Student Activity Reporting?

Student activity reporting is a useful way for faculty to see how, when, and for how long students are accessing their Blackboard course and course materials. Faculty can generate a Course Activity Overview report that displays overall activity within a single course, sorted by student and date. Data available includes the total and average time spent per user and the total amount of activity the user had in the course.

Instructors can also get a Student Overview for a Single Course report, which displays an individual student’s activity within a course, sorted by date. Data includes the total overall time the student spent in the course as well as detailed information about the student’s activity, such as which items and content areas the student accessed and the time spent on each.

With more insight into how students are interacting with their courses, faculty can identify patterns of success and retention and inform better decision-making.

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