How to Get Started With Analytics & Reports in Moodle?

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Learning analytic and eLearning reporting provides deep perceptive into the progress of learners and makes sure that objectives are being met. By viewing trends of engagement, submissions and other data, educators can get to assist to boost the eLearning experience helping retention rates and student successes.

Here, you can find how you can get started with analytics and reports in Moodle website, so continue reading this blog and huge information: 

Overview Statistics: 

This is one such plugin that produces a website and course reports charts, comprising countries, user-login, preferred languages, number of courses by category, by size and enrolled users. Moreover, this high-end plugin will also extend the main feature of statistics in a Moodle website. The code has been designed in such a way that makes adding more reports a lot easier and simpler.  

Events Monitoring: 

In Moodle 2.8, a new feature has been added 'events monitoring' that enables admins and teachers to receive notification when particular events happen in Moddle. You can watch the events monitor and explore some of the events.  

Site-Wide Reports: 

For learning analytics, Moodle administrators will get access to a lot of and useful site-wide reports like question instances, security, logs and comments. Along with reports obtainable for both website and course level, below mentioned site-wide reports are available for administrators like backups that shows a list of all course backups made and the next scheduled automated backup execution time.  


At the teacher level, these activity reports can be viewed by the administrator with live logs. In Moodle, logs are activity reports, and they are obtainable through website and course level as well.  

Engagement Analytics: 

When it comes to talking about engagement analytic, it offers information about student progress against various indicators and activities of student that have been recognized by current research to have an impact on student success in online courses. However, this plugin is still not supportable with Moodle 2.8 and needs mod and block plugins.  

Forum Graph: 

The Forum Graph report studies interactions in a single forum activity and develops a force-directed graph with the help of D3.js Javascript library. Important note: this is one such plugin that is not yet supported with Moodle 2.8. 

Thus, these are six simple ways to get started with analytic and reports in Moodle development. However, if you are looking forward to Moodle development services, you can hire a professional Moodle developer, who can assist you throughout your project.
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