Assessment Activity Report

The Assessments Activity Report provides details regarding a selected Assessment. It includes details of the Users who have submitted answers, when they submitted answers, and general activity related to the selected Assessment.

The Assessment Activity Report can be accessed from the Assessments Report. Select a data row, and then select the action Assessment Activity to launch the Assessment Activity Report automatically filtered for the data row that you have selected.

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  • Be mindful that opening a report may also bring up a favorite saved layout, or a shared default organizational report layout.
  • You will only see data that you have access to view. For example, data from Learners that an Admin does not have permission to view will not be included in their report.


Report Data

You can customize this report to provide information on many different data points in order to tailor it to your preferences. The available data fields, which are the columns in the report, are listed below.

  • Fields that have an asterisk (*) symbol are included in the report's default layout.
  • Custom Fields configured at the Portal Settings level will also be available.
Data Column Description
Attempts* This column displays the number of times that the Course has been accessed.
Department This column displays the value populated in the User's Profile > Department field.
First Name* This column displays the value populated in the User's Profile > First Name field.
ID This column displays the unique identifier for the Assessment.
Last Name* This column displays the value populated in the User's Profile > Last Name field.
Points This column displays the number of Leaderboard Points that this Assessment is worth.
Score(%)* This column displays the percentage score that the Learner achieved on the Assessment.
Status* This column displays whether the User is Active or Inactive, as defined in their User Profile.
User ID This column displays the unique identifier for this User. Each time a new User is created, the LMS will automatically generate a unique User ID.

This column displays the value populated in the User's Profile > Username field.

The Username is a name-based identity used to distinguish each User as they are added to the LMS. Also referred to as the User’s Login.


Report Actions

After navigating to a report, you can perform administrative actions. These Actions become available once a row in the table is selected. The Actions menu is displayed on the right-hand frame of the page. This menu is context-sensitive, so the options for Actions and Mass Actions that are available will change depending on the content you are selecting.

  • An individual row selection will open the Actions menu.


The actions listed in the table below are can be applied to a single row item. 

Action Menu Option Description
Answers Report

Click this button to launch the Answers Report automatically filtered for the Assessment that you have selected.

This report provides a breakdown of all questions for the selected Assessment, and with a focus on every answer submitted for each of those questions.

Deselect Click this button to clear current selections.


Required Permissions

Below are the permissions an Admin will need to access this report and access the data.

Please note that your environment may use customized role(s), permissions, or a combination of both to perform these activities. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact your local System Administrator to review your current permissions.


Required Role Permissions

Role: Section Access Permissions Needed
Courses > Online Courses View or Modify permission
Users > Users View or Modify permission
Reports > Assessments Access permission


Suggested Role Permissions

Role: Section Access Permissions Suggested
Users > Departments View or Modify permission
Reports > Generated Reports* Access permission

*Admin must have Generated Reports permission in order to export report data to Excel or CSV.


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