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{{Course reports}}
 
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A participation report for a particular activity can be generated by a manager, teacher or non-editing teacher (or any other user with the capability [[Capabilities/report/participation:view|report/participation:view]]) in ''Navigation > Courses > My course > Reports > Participation report''.  
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A participation report for a particular activity can be generated by a manager, teacher or non-editing teacher (or any other user with the capability [[Capabilities/report/participation:view|report/participation:view]]). Participation reports:
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*Generate a list of who has participated in a given activity, and how many times.
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*Can be filtered by role, group, and action (View or Post).
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*Allow individuals or groups students (e.g. those who have not participated) to be easily messaged.
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You can generate a participation report in ''Administration > Course administration > Reports > Course participation''.  
  
 
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For example:
 
For example:
*Forum View: View Discussion, Search, Forum, Forums, Subscribers
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*Forum View: View Discussion, Search, View Forum, View Subscribers
*Forum Post: Add Discussion, Add Post, Delete Discussion, Delete Post, Move Discussion, Prune Post, Update Post
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*Forum Post: Add Discussion, Add Post, Delete Discussion, Delete Post, Move Discussion, Prune Post, Update Post, Subscribe, Unsubscribe
  
 
An extremely useful feature of the participation report is the option to send a message to all students who have not completed a certain action.  Other options with selected users are to add a note or extend enrolment.
 
An extremely useful feature of the participation report is the option to send a message to all students who have not completed a certain action.  Other options with selected users are to add a note or extend enrolment.
  
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NOTE: If a [[Using_Forum#Moving_a_discussion|forum post is moved]], the participation report will show incorrect results for the affected forums. For example, take a student who posted in forum A and had their post moved to forum B. In the course participation report the student will still be listed has having made a post in forum A, but will not be listed as having made a post yet in forum B.
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Latest revision as of 15:26, 9 May 2017

A participation report for a particular activity can be generated by a manager, teacher or non-editing teacher (or any other user with the capability report/participation:view). Participation reports:

  • Generate a list of who has participated in a given activity, and how many times.
  • Can be filtered by role, group, and action (View or Post).
  • Allow individuals or groups students (e.g. those who have not participated) to be easily messaged.

You can generate a participation report in Administration > Course administration > Reports > Course participation.

Participation report example.jpg

The definition of View and Post for the selected activity type will be given on screen.

For example:

  • Forum View: View Discussion, Search, View Forum, View Subscribers
  • Forum Post: Add Discussion, Add Post, Delete Discussion, Delete Post, Move Discussion, Prune Post, Update Post, Subscribe, Unsubscribe

An extremely useful feature of the participation report is the option to send a message to all students who have not completed a certain action. Other options with selected users are to add a note or extend enrolment.

NOTE: If a forum post is moved, the participation report will show incorrect results for the affected forums. For example, take a student who posted in forum A and had their post moved to forum B. In the course participation report the student will still be listed has having made a post in forum A, but will not be listed as having made a post yet in forum B.