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Instructor: Dashboard and Metrics: Dosage Calc 360
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Dashboard and Metrics 

To access your Dashboard of student performance data, select the View button next to a class.

The Dashboard view provides at-a-glance, actionable analytics for instructors. Class performance indicators include participation rate, average assessment score, average time spent, and top 5 topic strengths/weaknesses. 

 

Metrics View

DC360: Class Metrics and Class Gradebook (Instructor) from F.A. Davis on Vimeo.

 

The Metrics view helps you to identify class strengths and weaknesses on a topic-by-topic basis. To access from the Dashboard page, you can select the “View Metrics” button or click the METRICS tab at the top of the page. 

 

 

For each topic, a quick glance reveals overall class performance on the practice exercises or the module assessment. For overall class performance, you may see the following:

 

Green thumbs-up: The average score of all students in the class is 85% or better for the topic.

 

Yellow thumbs-up: The average score of all students in the class is between 70-84% for the topic.

 

Red thumbs-down: The average score of all students in the class is 69% or below for that topic.

 

To expand a topic and display individual student performance, select View Students. You will see a performance indicator for each individual student. 

 

To see the recorded answers from a particular student, click View Results.

 

 

Discussion Board

Dosage Calc 360° includes a discussion board, through which you may create topics for students to discuss and respond to. To access the discussion board from the main Dashboard, scroll to the bottom of the page and click “View Discussions.”

Add a new question or prompt using the “Add New Topic” button. Enter the topic and text body, then click “Publish” when ready to post.

 

 

For an existing topic, select the green “View” button to see students’ responses.

 

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