Once your learners have started to engage with LinkedIn Learning content, you'll need visibility into how they're engaging with it over time, so you can measure the impact LinkedIn Learning is having at your organization. In this video the staff author will show you the quick view of at-a-glance analytics for your administration account.
- [Instructor] Once your learners have started to engage with LinkedIn Learning content, you'll of course need visibility into how they're engaging with it over time, so you can measure the impact LinkedIn Learning is having at your organization. From the Reports tab, under Dashboard, we can see the learner activity. Engagement highlights, learner content highlights, learner activity ratios, and Most Popular Courses. In this view, we're working with a demo account, so the numbers you are seeing here are really low.
In your account over time, you should see much more activity. You can filter the timeframe of these analytics at the top left by choosing the past seven days, the past 30 days, past 90 days, or choosing a custom date range. And under that, by default, the All groups is selected, but you can select specific groups by clicking here and choosing from the radio buttons that appear below. If I choose the Product Team, for example, that will push that group to the top of this list, and I can select as many groups as I like, and it will order them in the order that I have checked them.
Now, if I switch back to the All group, you'll notice that the groups have faded to light gray, indicating that they are no longer selected until you click on specific groups again. And to un-click these groups, just click on this checkbox a second time. I'm gonna go back to the default All group for now, and I'm gonna select a custom date range. Now, I'm gonna go over each section of the analytics. First, with the Engagement highlights. Here's you'll see the total hours of content viewed, how many of your users have logged in, how many of your users have viewed content, and the average time per viewer during this date range.
Keep in mind that if learner logs in to LinkedIn Learning, that doesn't necessarily mean that they ended up viewing any content. You can also modify each one of these windows by day, week, or month. Moving further down the page to the Learning content highlights, this shows the total courses viewed, courses completed, total videos viewed, and videos completed. As a reminder, videos are considered an individual piece that makes up an entire course, so each course has several videos which are most often broken into several chapters.
If a user has viewed all of the videos within the course, then they have completed the course. If they have only viewed some of the videos within a course, the course is not considered complete. And looking further down the page, you'll see that these bar charts are associated with these tiles up above. And again, you can pick and choose different views from the day, the week, or the month for each one of these pods. Next, we have the Learner activity ratios.
This shows how many purchased seats you have in your account, your activated seats, its percentage, and your total viewers in this given date range, and that percentage. And this last section here is the Most Popular Courses section. And again, we have the custom date range selected here. This will show the top performing courses across your organization, which is helpful to see what your learners are engaging with most, and it gives some insight into what types of training they might need more of. You'll see the number of viewers, which means the number of people who have viewed the course.
So if five people from your organization view the same course, that number, populated here, will be five. If one of those five people viewed that same course 15 more times, the number here will still be five because it's not calculating how many times somebody has viewed the course, it's calculating how many people have viewed the course. And something to note is that it can take some time after a learner has started watching content to populate data here. So if you aren't seeing the data that you're expecting right away, give it a coupla minutes, refresh the page, and you should see the data that you're looking for.
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