The quality of your courses reflects the quality of your users' learning. Well-made courses can help users finish them faster and understand the content easier, and vice versa. It's important to regularly evaluate your courses and revise their content accordingly, so your users can study well and have a great time while doing so.
In the Dashboard, we added the Courses section where you can see the performance of your courses. Continue reading this article to learn how to evaluate your courses.
A. See your courses' performance
In the Courses section, you'll find a list of courses you've created. It displays various information that will help you gain insights into their performance, such as Completion Rate, Average Learning Duration, and Average Score. It also shows the number of users who've started and completed the courses.
B. See the details of your course' performance
You can get a more detailed look at the performance of your courses by clicking them from the course list. It'll open a page that contains comprehensive details about the course, including Topic Engagement and Average Exam Score Distribution. These data can help you measure the courses' performance and your users' understanding respectively.
Topic Engagement shows the completion rate for each topic in the course. You can use the data to find out which topics that users finish and ones they don't. Creating a survey can help you find out why they haven't finished the topics. Then you can revise them accordingly based on the feedback you get.
If the course has an Exam lesson, Average Exam Score Distribution helps you learn how your users perform on the Exam. It displays the average exam scores for users who've finished it. If a majority of your users fare poorly, you may need to evaluate the questions in the exam and/or the content of the course.