Learning Dashboard Overview and Setup


The Learning Dashboard is a collection of inquiry-based cards that presents data about a specific aspect of learning or engagement in an easily accessible way. The dashboard cards provide real-time, actionable insights into student learning and progress within the course.

Access the Learning Dashboard through the link in the Profile Menu.



Learning Dashboard Basics

  • The top of the dashboard displays the Engagement Measure – a snapshot of how your class is performing at any given time.
  • To the left the dashboard is sectioned into “learning” cards and “activity” cards – and each card answer one or more questions on real-time learning and participation data for students.


To access the full set of data for a particular inquiry, click one of the following inquiry cards from the side navigation panel

  • How well are my students learning?
  • Which objectives are my students having difficulty with?
  • Which students are having difficulties?
  • Which activities are my students having difficulty with?
  • How often are students visiting the course?

Customize and Save Cards

Options for selecting and customizing cards are available in the menu on the dashboard page. Create unique dashboard cards by dragging card choices from the blue menu bar on the left into the empty gray dashboard card, or click on the card to add particular questions:



Create as many unique cards as you like, and add a new card any time.

After creating a new card or making modifications, be sure to click the blue Save Changes button in the bottom-right corner of the card. Doing so will ensure that custom cards always appear in the Learning Dashboard.


Detailed View

When you click on an inquiry or its card, a detailed view of the data becomes available. Depending on the kind of data, various manipulations or actions are possible: 

  • Pare down the data based on pertinent parameters, such as population (all or selected students), time, learning objective, location in the course (units and modules), and other parameters
  • Switch between graphical and tabular views of the data
  • Filter the data when displayed as a data table
  • Export the data by printing, creating a PDF, creating a CSV-format spreadsheet, or copying the data to your clipboard so that you can paste it into an existing document or email



Click on the icons at the top right to toggle between views for the same card: 


Within a card, you can select subsets of students to create a custom card for a specific cohort: 



Export card data in Excel and PDF formats or copy to your clipboard by using the options at the top right of every card: