Analytics are an easy way to get insight into the composition and results of an assignment. They allow the instructor to see details regarding grades, questions, objectives, and graders if the assignment is graded online.
- Navigate to any course; or use the search bar in the Courses-section.
- Navigate to any assignment; or use the search bar.
- Click Insights in the menu at the top.
This brings you to the Overview, in which you'll find the following:
- The number of participants
- The Cronbach's alpha
This is a measurement of the reliability of the assignment. This is tested by analysing the degree of change within the grades when, for example, a question is removed.
- For bubblesheet assignments: the KR 20
The KR 20 is the bubblesheet assignment's reliability equivalent. The KR 20 has a value between 0 and 1. A high value means a high reliability.
- The pass rate
- The minimum, average and maximum grade
- The minimum, average and maximum number of points. Move your cursor over the graph to see the student numbers and number of points.
- The minimum, average and maximum duration of the test. Move your cursor over the graph to see the student numbers and number of minutes.
Note: Most data shown in the Insights environment are not reliable for small amounts of data (students). Beware of this when making conclusions based on Analytics.