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Running, Viewing, and Exporting Reports

Video Walkthrough

To run reports, from the left-hand navigation menu, choose Reports.  The following are standard reports you can choose from:

  • User Activity
  • Learning Path
  • Practice Exams/Quizzes
  • Course Progress
  • Hands-On Labs

The following is how administrators can use these reports:

  • Administrators can choose to run reports by a group or for all of your members.  
  • Group Administrators can run the reports for only your group(s) and the members within.
  • Both administrator types can export the report into a CSV file.

All reports are saved for up to a week from the time they are generated and can be downloaded multiple times. You must download a report to see its content. 

User Activity

User Activity reports provide Administrators with information over members depending on the member types selected, the groups selected, and the dates selected. You can filter the information for a User Activity Report by:

  • Members
    • All Members
    • Active Members
    • Inactive Members
  • Groups
  • Date Range

The User Activity report provides the following data:

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Email
  • Group Affiliations
  • Lessons Completed
  • Hands-On Labs Completed
  • Quizzes/Practice Completed
  • Courses Completed
  • Overdue Learning Paths
  • Minutes Viewed  
  • Last Login

Learning Paths

The Learning Path reports provide Administrators with information over the learning paths members are taking. You can filter the information for a User Activity Report by:

  • Members
    • All Members
    • Active Members
    • Inactive Members
  • Groups

The Learning Paths report provides the following data:

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Email
  • Group Affiliations
  • Learning Paths
  • Progress
  • Start Date
  • End Date
  • Due Date

You would want to use a Learning Path report to check how a group is doing on a learning path you assigned them a few weeks back. Using reporting, you are able to designate their group, the active members in that group, and then run the report. What you get back tells you how far everyone in that group is in completing the learning path, when they started it, and if anyone has already completed it.

Practice Exams/Quizzes 

The Practice Exams/Quizzes reports provide Administrators with information over members depending on the member types selected, the chosen groups, and the dates selected. You can filter the information for a Practice Exams/Quizzes report by:
  • Members
    • All Members
    • Active Members
    • Inactive Members
  • Groups
  • Date Range
 
The Practice Exams/Quizzes report provides the following data:
  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Email
  • Group Affiliations
  • Quiz
  • Course
  • Pass
  • Score
  • Complete

Course Progress

The Course Progress reports provide Administrators with information over members depending on the member types selected, the groups selected, and the dates selected. You can filter the information for a Course Progress report by:
  • Members
    • All Members
    • Active Members
    • Inactive Members
  • Groups
The Course Progress report provides the following information:
  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Email
  • Group Affiliations
  • Course Name
  • Progress
  • State Date
  • End Date

Hands-On Labs

Hands-on labs are independently consumable live environments (such as servers with SSH access or AWS and Azure consoles), as well as video and written guides to fill in skills gaps for your team with real resources and real-world scenarios. These activities can be consumed within a course, learning path, or independently.
 
The Hands-On Labs reports provide Administrators with information over members depending on the member types selected, the chosen groups, and the dates selected. You can filter the information for a User Activity Report by:
  • Members
    • All Members
    • Active Members
    • Inactive Members
  • Groups
  • Date Range
 
The Hands-On Labs report provides the following information:
  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Email
  • Group Affiliations
  • Name
  • Time Spent
  • Date Taken

Live Environment Challenges 

Live Environment Challenges are designed to test a user's knowledge and skill in a particular domain or set of domains by assessing the user's actions against real resources, following real-world scenarios, and using our advanced grading engine. These Challenges can be consumed within a course, learning path, or independently. 

The Live Environment Challenges reports provide Administrators with information over members depending on the member types selected, the chosen groups, and the dates selected. You can filter the information for a Live Environment Challenge report by:

  • Members
    • All Members
    • Active Members
    • Inactive Members
  • Groups
  • Date Range

The Live Environment challenges report provides the following information:

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Email
  • Group(s)
  • Challenge Name
  • Score
  • Pass
  • Date Taken