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Analytics: Class Chapter Access

"Class Chapter Access" show you how many (unique) students have accessed each chapter.

For example, if you have 50 students on your roster, and you see that 25 have accessed chapter 1, then only half of your students have opened that chapter.

As you can see in the chart below, you can click on each point on the line to see how many students opened a particular chapter.

In this example the Professor required all chapters for the course but placed heavy emphasis at test time on certain chapters, which is an explanation for the sweeping dips in this chart.  

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Other things to consider as your class progresses along:

  • Why are so few people accessing a particular chapter?
  • Is there a correlation between grades/participation and these numbers?
  • Do I need to add in more assessment related to reading?
  • Do I need to add in more relevant & interesting content to book?
It's important to note that, currently, we can only track usage of the online book. Therefore, students who purchase a Digital AAP or print book may be reading offline at times. So, their engagement metrics may not be 100% accurate. However, Study Pass students can only read online, so you are getting closer to 100% transparency with Study Pass users  (unless they purchase the color print book which gives them access to the online book, but only a tiny percentage of students do that). 

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