Moodle offers a basic set of reporting features – you can track student activity, participation, and a whole lot more. But when it comes to getting insights on improving your course, you need to deep dive into learning analytics.
Reporting plugins in Moodle help you get an overview of relevant metrics such as course completion times or student engagement. This data can drive course updates and shoot up learner satisfaction.
Here’s a list of 6 leading Moodle reporting tools to get you looking in the right direction in 2020!
Intelliboard isn’t specially built for Moodle. It’s a comprehensive reporting platform that works with most popular LMSs. It offers real-time monitoring, a single dashboard with graphical views of data, and options to configure custom reports.
Intelliboard offers learner as well as admin reports, sends notifications, can track user engagement, learner success rate, and more. Learners can compare their progress against course averages for self-assessment. As a Moodle admin, you can also track teacher activity and performance.
Comprehensive learner, course, teacher reports
Overview:- Intelliboard is by far the most comprehensive solution for LMS reporting but needs serious investment.
A free plugin, My Feedback lets students get an overview of their grades and view feedback on assignments. It’s a simple plugin that’s aimed to improve student learning by helping them understand areas of improvement.
Along with students, teachers, admins, and personal tutors can see student feedback reports on Moodle or Turnitin assignments, workshops, quizzes, and can grade items in the Gradebook.
Simple feedback reporting
Easy to use
Overview:- My Feedback is a single-view Moodle reporting plugin that can be a great addition to help students review their grades and performances
Another Moodle LMS reporting plugin – Zoola – promises to simplify complex reports. What you get are analytical insights to help you increase learning effectiveness and engagement. Zoola offers ready-to-use reports as well as custom dashboards.
Zoola has templates for student progress reports, course completion data, login activity, grades, feedback, competency, enrollment, and more. You can set up personalized dashboards for users, to cut off the noise and help focus on what’s important.
25+ Out-of-the-box templates
Customer support could be better
Overview:- Zoola is a go-to reporting platform for enterprises with customizable dashboards and detailed reports
LearnerScript provides learning analytics and reporting tools specifically built for Moodle. It’s open-source and works on-premise. It is responsive, has a one-time purchase fee, and complete customization.
LearnerScript has dashboards for different user roles – students, teachers, and admin – and offers 80+ ready-to-use reports to help you get started from the word go. With graphical views of data, you can easily perform comparative analysis and get learning insights quickly.
Built for Moodle
Easy to customize
Might be complex to use
Overview:- LearnerScript is a Moodle reporting plugin that can prove valuable for small to medium-scale Moodle LMSs.
A Moodle course usage reporting plugin, Course Usage Statistics purely measures how courses are being used by students and teachers. It helps admins quickly understand if the course is used as a forum, for activities, or as a repository. This information can be used to improve training strategies and lead to better outcomes.
Course Usage Statistics is a free plugin in the Moodle repository and offers focused reporting features.
Overview:- Course Usage Statistics is a plugin that can be used if you have a very specific need to track how courses are being used.
A plugin that is recently growing in popularity, Overview Statistics offers several course reports on Moodle. The plugin is coded with the latest techniques and with the addition of a module can be used to show graphical reports.
Overview Statistics is available on the Moodle repository and its code is open for evaluation on Git.
When it comes to improving training and bettering learner engagement, reporting can’t be ignored. Along with Moodle’s reporting features, you can make use of either one or a combination of several plugins to meet your needs. Platforms like Zoola or Intelliboard offer a one-stop solution for corporates or enterprise LMSs.
Is there any particular reporting challenge you want to overcome? Are there any LMS reporting tools you like? We’d want to know.