Inform Decision-Making with Canvas Admin Analytics
Canvas Admin Analytics is an in-app analytics space for administrators to better see and understand how instructors and students are using Canvas. Take a closer look at how this free feature within Canvas LMS brings data to the surface to enable more informed decision-making.
You can also export the data for additional analysis or communication. [MUSIC PLAYING] In the overview dashboard, administrators can see more details on how Canvas is being used across the institution than ever before. You can see things courses that have been published but aren't being actively used. And with one simple click, you can open courses directly in Canvas. [MUSIC PLAYING] You can also export these tables in multiple formats or sort them in this table view.
Using the course dashboard, academic administrators and instructional design teams can learn more about courses and see who's using those courses and how. At a glance, you can see which Canvas tools like discussions and new quizzes are used widely and which aren't. You can also see where average scores are low or view course activity. In the Student dashboard, administrators can identify students with low averages or students who aren't submitting work on time. They can also see specific student data like submissions or course grades and the latest student activity across courses.
Canvas Admin Analytics brings data to the surface to enable better informed decision making. Now, your institution can help instructors and students alike enjoy better experiences and outcomes. To learn more about Canvas Admin Analytics, or other features and products visit roadmap. instructure. com.
Access interactive dashboards that organize and present your Canvas adoption and engagement data alongside enrollment and grade data. Display crisp visualizations and charts that allow educators, administrators, and academic leaders to see and understand the data that matter most to them. To start, Canvas Admin Analytics will be available in English only. Learn more by visiting the user group within the Instructure Community.