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Blackboard Reports



Blackboard has a number of built-in reports that allow monitoring student performance very closely. 


1) All User Activity inside Content Areas

This report displays a summary of all user activity inside Content Areas for the course.


2) Course Activity Overview

Course Activity Overview displays overall activity within a single course, sorted by student and date. Data includes the total and average time spent per user and the total amount of activity the user had in the course.


3) Course Coverage Report

This report displays goals coverage information for a single Blackboard Learn course. Data includes both covered and gap values for all curricular areas that the course is associated with, as well as a breakdown of course items that have been aligned to goals.


4) Course Performance

This report displays information showing how a single Blackboard Learn Course performs against a selected set of goals. Performance targets and a range of acceptable performance for the course can be determined when running the report. Data includes averages for the entire course as well as breakdowns for individual students and goals.


5) Overall Summary of User Activity

The report displays user activity for all areas of the course, as well as activity dates, times and days of the week.


6) Single Course User Participation Report

Displays detailed statistics on assessment and collaboration tool submissions for all users in this course during a specified timeframe.


7) Student Overview for Single Course

Displays an individual student's activity within a course, sorted by date. Data includes the total overall time the student spent in the course as well as detailed information about the student's activity, such as which items and Content Areas the student accessed and the time spent on each.


8) User Activity in Forums

This report displays a summary of user activity in Discussion Board Forums for the course.


9) User Activity in Groups

This report displays a summary of user activity in Groups for the course