LinkedIn Learning provides admins with detailed data and analytics to help them understand how their learners are engaging with the content. In this video, learn how to access data on viewership, recommendation history, customized reports, and more.
- [Instructor] As a LinkedIn Learning admin, you'll have access to analytics to help you understand how the platform is being used. Monitoring these reports is critical for admins to get insights on how their learners are engaging with the LinkedIn Learning content. From the navigation bar I'm going to hover over reports. And from here select dashboard. Now, there isn't much data available on my dashboard, but that makes sense, because I'm just setting this account up. Once you get rolling this will be filled with a plethora of insights. Now, the first thing to point out is that you can filter this data. You can see the data from the past seven days, past 30, or past 90, and even set up a custom range. Also, you can view the data from all users, or select specific groups. In this case I'll keep it at all. Now here, let's take a look at what you can see. You can see engagement highlights. The number of hours of content viewed. People logged in. How many people viewed content. And the average time per viewer. Below this we'll see some charts and graphs that will show us some of the similar information, such as average hours per viewers, and how that's changed over time. Learning content highlights. Then at the bottom, they'll show the most popular courses in this time period within your organization. Up at the top we can also access recommendation reports. Here I can see recommendation history. I can also access this by hovering over the reports tab and clicking on recommendation history. Now, recommending content is a powerful strategy for engaging learners. And this tab allows you to see how learners are engaging with those recommendations. Here you can see that I've recommended some courses. So here I have Working Remotely, Selling with Authenticity, and so on. And what it's going to do is to tell me how many learners I have recommended this to, what percentage of those completed it, are currently in progress, haven't started, or moved it to their history. Finally, up at the top I want to point out the download reports tab. So it's right here at the top. We can also get that by scrolling over the reports tab and selecting download reports. This is the most important tab under reports for admins. When I navigate here you can see the different reports that I'm able to download. Including total activity summary, learner management detail, learner activity detail, most popular courses, and so on. So here again, you can select that date range. You can also select who you're viewing the information from. And then on the right-hand side you can download any of these reports. The learner management detail download can be really helpful in determining which learners are utilizing their licenses and engaging in courses. All of these tabs are important and can give you great insight onto how individual learners, as well as your organization as a whole, are engaging with content. As an admin, I highly suggest familiarizing yourself with these analytics and reports, and determine how you'll measure success with regards to the learning behaviors of those using the platform.
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