Join Mary Cooch for an in-depth discussion in this video Viewing reports and logs, part of Moodle 2.5 Essential Training.
As a teacher in our course, we'll want to…see exactly what our students have been accessing and when.…This is useful, not only for monitoring their progress, but…also if there are any disputes over work submitted or not.…In this video, we're going to explore how to view reports on our class.…And to do that we go to the administration block And click the link, Reports.…This expands to give a several different course reports.…One of them,…Course completion, we've looked at in a previous video.…So you see that we have the link to the course logs, and if we click on it, it…enables us by default to see everything that everyone…has been doing on a particular date, during our course.…
So, for example, if we click Get these logs, by leaving it at the default, we can…see all of the course activity right up…to the present moment where our teacher is looking…at the cost report log. We can also filter it.…So, if we go to the participants drop…down and click, for instance, our student George Adams.…And then press the Get these logs button, we can…
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