report: Registration Summary

The registration summary report gives you a summary view of your course usage over a particular date range.

The general reporting model is

  • define the dataset to report on
  • filter and refine further
  • export or drilldown

General reporting UI functions are covered here. Functions specific to this report are covered below.

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Date Window

See the general reporting page for information on how to change the date window of a report

See the general reporting page on information on how to add user-defined custom fields to your report

Courses

When you define course metadata using the Embedded Admin Console, those fields can be added to the report using the course custom fields widget.

custom-fields

Multiple fields can be selected. Note, while everytime you navigate to the page, these setting will be lost, the report is bookmarkable or if you share the URL, the custom fields [and date settings] are preserved.

Field Definitions

  • course_provider_name – This is the course provider name setup when Bright was linked to your course provider [like a SCORM Cloud application for instance]. Yes you can have more than one of these!
  • course_title – This it the title that was set when the course was published.
  • regs – This is the total # of registrations active during the date window for the course. See above for a detailed description on the date window.
  • learners – The number of unique learners for this course active during the date window.
  • c_complete – The total number of completed registrations for the course during the date window, as represented in the SCORM complete variable [either cmi.core.lesson_status (SCORM 1.2) or cmi.complete_status (SCORM 2004)].
  • c_incomplete – The total number of incomplete registrations for the course during the date window, as represented in the SCORM complete variable [either cmi.core.lesson_status (SCORM 1.2) or cmi.complete_status (SCORM 2004)].
  • c_unknown -The total number of registrations for the course during the date window with unknown as a completion status, as represented in the SCORM complete variable [either cmi.core.lesson_status (SCORM 1.2) or cmi.complete_status (SCORM 2004)].
  • s_passed – The total number of passed registrations for the course during the date window, as represented in the SCORM success variable [either cmi.core.lesson_status (SCORM 1.2) or cmi.success_status (SCORM 2004)].
  • s_failed – The total number of failed registrations for the course during the date window, as represented in the SCORM success variable [either cmi.core.lesson_status (SCORM 1.2) or cmi.success_status (SCORM 2004)].
  • s_unknown – The total number of registrations for the course during the date window with unknown as a success status, as represented in the SCORM success variable [either cmi.core.lesson_status (SCORM 1.2) or cmi.success_status (SCORM 2004)].
  • cm_avg_score – For registrations that are completed, this is the average score [cmi.score.raw].
  • cm_avg_totaltime – For registrations that are completed, this is the average totaltime in seconds.
  • s_totaltime – This is the sum of the totaltime for all registrations.

Modifying Column Visibility

See the general reporting functionality page for information on how to modify column visibility.

See the general reporting functionality page for information on exporting and copying data.

See the general reporting functionality page for information on sorting the results set.

See the general reporting functionality page for information on filtering the results set.

There a variety of Drilldown capabilities available

Viewing the SCORM Cloud course page

You can go straight to the SCORM Cloud course page by hovering and clicking on the course title.

course-drilldown

Viewing Registration Detail

registration-detail

Click the # of registrations to take you to the Registration Detail report.