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Learner Dashboard Overview

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1. Learner Dashboard 

To access, click on "Learner Dashboard" from your NAVIGATION block in your LMS system.  NOTE: If you do not have access to the dashboard or one of the snapshots, please contact your LMS System Administrator. 

2. Quick Information Bar

This bar tells you the number of courses you've completed, the number of courses in progress, your average grade in all your courses, and your messages. 

NOTE:  When IntelliBoard talks about "Completions" it is referring to a Moodle setting; instructors using Moodle are provided the option to set certain completion criteria for courses or activities.  If the completion criteria is not enabled or configured for a course or activity, completion status will not display in IntelliBoard.

3. Activity Progress 

Choose a time period to review (Last Week, Last Month, Last Quarter, Last Semester) from the drop-down menu in the top left corner.  The Activity Progress shows your grades in a given period compared to your peers.  Your activity and time is the green line; your peers' is the blue line.  This graph speaks to specific assignments completed in the given time period (not your overall course grade). 

4. Course Progress

Click the "Course Progress" tab and set your time period.  The Course Progress shows your grades by class.  Your grade is indicated by the green line; your peers' average grade by the blue bars.

MORE? Yes! Dashboard Overview, cont.

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1. All Course Average & All Learner Course Average

The first number represents your average grade in all your courses; the second number is your peers' average in the corresponding courses.

2. Quizzes Overview

Click the "Quizzes" tab and a list of all quizzes (in all your courses) will appear.  Green quizzes are complete; red ones need your attention!  

3. Assignments Overview

Click the "Assignments" tab and list all the assignments (NOTE: This is the "assignment type" in Moodle, not every single one of your assignments for the whole class) will appear.  Green means go! Red means stop! Your grades and due dates (if entered in the LMS system) will also appear.

4. Course Progress Details

This snapshot gives you a clear picture of your academic progress by course.  This lists your courses, your course progress (the bar is filled as you completed activities), your course grade, when you started the course and when you completed the course.

Even MORE! Overview, Cont!

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Activity Participation Snapshot

Review your status with your course assignments! (What?! Amazing!) Activity types are separated out across the horizontal axis; the number of activities is represented on the vertical axis. The blue bar represents all the activities, the red bar indicates if you've looked at them, the yellow/orange bar indicates if you've completed them. Your goal is to make the three bars all the same height (meaning you've completed all activities).  Remember, completion must be enabled in the Moodle system by your instructor.

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Learning Snapshot

Note: You'll need to click the "Learning" tab (circled) to view this!

Ever wondered where you are spending your time?  This pie graph tells you the hh:mm:ss (hours:minutes:seconds) you've spent in each activity type.  (How productive are you being?)

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Course Success Snapshot

Note: Your LMS administrator and/or course instructor must enable completions for this graph to work properly.

This pie chart helps you visualize your course completions.  The blue represents what you have completed; the red represents what you still have to do.  Remember, completion must be enabled in the Moodle system by your instructor.

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Correlation Snapshot

Note: You'll need to click the "Correlations" tab (circled) to view this!

This graph correlates the time you spend in your course (vertical axis) with your course grade (horizontal axis).  Hover over a dot to bring up a pop-up that will highlight the course, your grade and the actual time spend (hh:mm:ss; hour:minutes:seconds).  

Does more time equal a better grade? Let the data show you. 

 

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