Downloading Student Analytic Data
Guide to downloading student analytic data from Echo 360.
You can view and sort student analytics for individual classes. If necessary, you may want to refer to What do the analytics mean? to get a definition of the categories and an understanding of what analytic information is captured and tracked.
To download analytic data
- Navigate to the Class List page for the course (click ALL CLASSES from the DASHBOARD or select the course from the COURSES drop-down list on the main menu).
- Click the ANALYTICS tab, then click Export & Gradebook from the options on the left..
- Use the drop-down list to select which metric you want to download to a CSV file. Your options include:
- Video Views
- Presentation Views
- Activity Participation (Raw #)
- Activity Score (Raw #)
- Notes word count
- Activity Participation (%)
- Activity Score (%)
- Click START EXPORT JOB.
The new export job appears in a list below the Export selection options. When it is complete, it is listed with a Download link as shown in the below figure. You may need to refresh the page to see the Download link.
Most exports will finish almost immediately. Large exports (i.e., many classes and/or many students) may take a little more time to complete.
- Click the Download link next to each export type to download the file.
If opened in a spreadsheet program such as Microsoft Excel, each downloaded CSV export contains columns for each class, and rows for each student, with the selected metric value shown in the corresponding cell for each student for each class. Students are listed alphabetically by last name.
Each metric or Export Type has one (and only one) active, downloadable file. Each time you initiate a new export of that metric, the old file is overwritten by the new one. The date/time of the last initiated export is shown for each so you know how current the data in the downloadable file is.
For reference over the term, you may decide to download (and save somewhere) the old file before generating the new one, in order to compare the numbers from one point in the term to the next.
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