The Students tab of the Analytics page for a course provides detailed engagement information about each student in the course. Click Analytics, then select Students from the left.
The grid on the page has a row for each student and shows aggregated participation and engagement data across all classes in the course.
Clicking on a student row from the grid provides a popup window, showing that student's data for each class in the course. This is shown below.
Each class is listed showing this student's participation data for each class. Identified in the above figure are the paging buttons, for when the class list is too long to show in a single panel.
You can SORT the data in both the main or popup grid by clicking any of the column headers. Each click sorts the column in ascending or descending order or returns it to its original state. If the column is sorted, a small arrow appears next to the column name. This can be seen in the Weighted Engagement column in the above figure; the down-arrow indicates the column is sorted in descending order.
When you are finished viewing the data for a single student, click Close to return to the main grid.
You can export the Student data shown (along with other fields) for reviewing in detail offline. The student export provides rolled-up section data for each student as well as individual class data.
See Definitions of Analytics Data Metrics for detailed definitions of each of the data fields/metrics provided.
This data is updated throughout the day, at least hourly but typically a few times an hour. So while student actions may not show up immediately, if you are waiting for student data to update, you should not have to wait long.
Analytics for LIVE classes - The Viewing data for Live-streamed classes is a little different than for VOD (recorded then posted) classes. For Live-Streamed classes, students viewing the live stream probably have 100% for attendance, as they must be in the classroom to view the stream at the time it is happening. Students will get credit for a "video view" every time they click the "Show Live Stream" button. In addition, students viewing the Live Stream will get Video View % calculated for the length of time they actually viewed the stream. If the student views the capture of the class again later, then they will get credit for an additional video view, as well as additional video view % if it was below 100%. Notes counts, Q&A, and Polling question responses are tracked the same way for both VOD and Live streamed classes.