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1 Go to View > Header & Footer to edit October 12, 2014 | slide 1 RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning Getting More from Moodle Stats

2 Why Moodle Stats?  Need to quantify usage in order to measure impact  Moodle’s built-in statistics reports have the following limitations: –Moodle user account required to run reports –Only administrators can run site-level reports –Fixed set of date ranges over which reports can be run –Only formats available are line graph and table –Cannot define custom reports 12 October 2014 | slide 2

3 Moodle Stats Project  Aim was to design an intuitive, customisable application for reporting on Moodle usage.  Microsoft Access 2007 was chosen because of its familiar interface and relatively widespread availability as part of the Office 2007 suite.  Design phase ran from November 2010 to June  Collaborated with four FE colleges to develop reports.  Application and documentation are available to any learning provider in the region upon request.  Providers are free to further customise the application to suit their requirements. 12 October 2014 | slide 3

4 Benefits of Moodle Stats  Moodle user account NOT required  Reports can be run over any date range  Reports can be run at site-, category-, course-, resource- or student-level  Reports in pie or column chart, line graph or tabular formats  Reports can be exported to PDF for distribution 12 October 2014 | slide 4

5 Moodle Stats Reports  Site-level –Distinct Logins By Day –Student Activity By Time Or Location –Category Activity Summary –Course Activity Summary  Category-level –Student Activity By Time Or Location –Course Logins vs. Enrolment Summary –Course Activity Summary  Course-level –% Enrolled Student Logins By Day –Student Activity By Time Or Location –Course Activity Details –Resource Activity Summary  Resource Activity Details  Student Activity Details 12 October 2014 | slide 5

6 Moodle Stats Report Selection Form 12 October 2014 | slide 6

7 Distinct Logins By Day Graph 12 October 2014 | slide 7

8 Summary Activity Pie Chart 12 October 2014 | slide 8

9 Summary Activity Chart 12 October 2014 | slide 9

10 Student Activity By Location Chart 12 October 2014 | slide 10

11 Student Activity By Time Of Day Chart 12 October 2014 | slide 11

12 Course Login vs. Enrolment 12 October 2014 | slide 12

13 Activity By Module Graph 12 October 2014 | slide 13

14 Activity By Action Graph 12 October 2014 | slide 14

15 Activity By User Type Graph 12 October 2014 | slide 15

16 Resource Activity Details 12 October 2014 | slide 16

17 Student Activity Details 12 October 2014 | slide 17

18 How To Get Moodle Stats Moodle Stats and documentation are available on CD. To request a copy, fill out and submit the form at 12 October 2014 | slide 18


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