In the above example: 93% of the learners collaborated and engaged in the video. 71% of the users added personal notes.
This means that most of the users took an active role in learning - by commenting in the shared environment, writing in their personal notes and engaging with others UGC.
The Users Activity table provides analytics of each user's activity in the video:
The table can be sorted by each column to quickly find the most active users in the video by the selected activity type. For example the most engaged users, or users that are sharing the most knowledge by adding the most replies, or users with the highest\lowest Average Completion Rate, etc.
Extremely low activity of a user may indication for "at risk learner".
Last Activity - Date when the user was last active in the video.
Collaboration - Number of comments and replies the user added in the video.
Replies - Number of replies the user submitted.
Notes - Number of personal notes.
In the above example table we can see that Gili viewed the entire video (Total Completion 99%). However, each time she played it, she watched only a little - on average, she watched 17% of the video every time she played it (Average Completion Rate).
Note that the total amount of time she spent watching the video (Watch Time%) is 356%, meaning she watched it more than once.
To quickly find videos with new comments in the course, the Course Videos table can be sorted by the "New Comments" column:
Click on the row of a video will open the Video View with the discussion. At the top of the Discussion a quick summary of the remaining comments to review can be found:
Once the review is done:
Not-reviewed comments (the ones you haven’t read yet) will be highlighted in yellow:
You can decide how you want to review the comments.
Comments can be:
Manually reviewed - You can mark comments as read\ not-read:
You can also mark all comments as read with a single click:
Automatically reviewed – Comments will be automatically marked as read after a few seconds:
Sorted – You can choose the view of your comments:
Comments can be sorted by:
Newest - according to when they were written
Unread - comments that were not reviewed by you yet
Top Comments - comments that received the highest number of replies and votes
Timestamp - based on the chronological order of the video
Not-reviewed comments might be at the last page, therefore if you are not using the sorting ability, it’s important to browse all the comments pages using the navigation bar at the bottom of the discussion:
Video comments can be exported, by clicking on the export icon in the discussion.
Comments can be exported to a spreadsheet or a document!
The export contains course and video information.
All the comments are sorted by video time-tag and include common details such as author, date and sentiment.
Video Activity Trends
The Activity Trends graph shows trends of key metrics over a period of time. It allows to investigate how the users learn over time and identify important events throughout the video life cycle.