In today’s fast-paced business world, organizations are turning to e-learning to provide training and development opportunities for their employees. E-learning allows employees to learn at their own pace and on their own schedule, and it can be a cost-effective way for companies to provide training for a large number of employees. However, one of the key challenges with e-learning is ensuring that employees are actually engaging with the material and making progress towards their professional development goals. This is where reporting becomes important.
While most LMS systems offer only limited insight into the learners’ actions within a course, learning experience designers are not limited to using only what their LMS has to offer. The User Flow Analytics tools allow any e-learning developer to start collecting course usage data and produce reports on the users’ actions, clicks, events, locations, devices, browsers, and much more.
Reports You Can Start Using Today
Shows how users progress through the slides in the online course, as well as which slides serve as the entry and exit points in the course.
Side Visits Report
Provides information on how many times each slide in an elearning course has been visited by learners. This type of report can be useful for evaluating the effectiveness of a course, as it can provide insights into which parts of the course are most engaging and which are less so. The report might show, for example, which slides have high visit counts and which have low visit counts.
Provides information on when learners exit an elearning course. This type of report can be useful for understanding why learners may be leaving a course and for identifying any potential problems or areas of improvement.
Set up exits report for Storyline.
Daily Users Report
Provides information on the number of learners who access an elearning course daily. This type of report can be useful for understanding how many learners are using the course on a regular basis and for identifying any trends or patterns in usage over time.
Set up daily users report for Storyline.
Time of the Day Report
Provides information on times when learners access an elearning course broken down by day of the week and hour of the day. This type of report can be useful for understanding what days of the week and hours are the most active times for learning.
Provides information on the location of learners who access an elearning course. It might show, for example, the number of unique learners who access the course from different countries or regions. This information can be used to identify trends in usage by location and to understand where learners are located.
Set up location report for Storyline.
User Devices Report
Provides information on the types of devices that learners use to access an elearning course. This information can be used to identify trends in usage by device type and to understand which types of devices learners are using.
Internet Browsers Report
Provides information on internet browsers that learners use to access an elearning course. The elearning user internet browsers report might show, for example, the percentage of learners who access the course from different internet browsers (such as Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge).
Time on Slide Report
Provides information on how much time learners spend on each slide in an elearning course. This type of report can be useful for understanding which parts of the course are most engaging and which are less so, and for identifying any areas of the course that may need improvement.
Slide Events Report
Provides information on the events (clicks) that occur on each slide in an elearning course. This type of report can be useful for understanding how learners interact with the course and for identifying any areas of the course that may need improvement.
Player Clicks Report
Provides information on the player clicks that learners make while interacting with an elearning course. This type of report can be useful for understanding how learners are using the player to interact with the course content.
Custom Events Report
Provides information on custom events in an elearning course.
Benefits of Reports in a Storyline Course
There are a number of benefits to reporting in e-learning for corporate training and development. For one, it allows managers and trainers to track employee progress over time, which is particularly important in an online setting where it can be difficult to gauge how much an employee is actually learning. This data can also be used to evaluate the effectiveness of different e-learning materials and training strategies, which can help to improve the overall quality of the e-learning experience.
Another benefit of reporting in e-learning is that it can help to identify employees who may be at risk of falling behind or not completing the training program. This information can be used to provide targeted support to these employees, such as additional resources or one-on-one instruction, which can help to increase their chances of success.
Finally, reporting in e-learning also helps to keep management informed about their employee progress and performance. This is vital to ensure that training programs align with the organization’s goals and provide employees with the necessary skill sets to meet the company’s objectives.
In conclusion, reporting is a crucial aspect of e-learning in corporate training and development as it enables managers and trainers to track employee engagement, progress, and performance, and make necessary adjustments to provide a better learning experience. It also enables them to be aware of employees who are falling behind and provides them with additional resources to stay on track. Having this data can help managers to evaluate the effectiveness of the e-learning materials and adapt them accordingly to improve the employee success rate. You can easily collect user data and generate reports for an Articulate Storyline course by using Cluelabs User Flow Analytics tools. These tools are easy to set up and use, and they offer unprecedented insight into how your learners navigate through the course.