How to use Enrollment Statistics area in Classlist
To find information related to academic progress for a student who is no longer enrolled in a course, instructors can use the Enrollment Statistics area to view Grades or Attendance specific to an unenrolled user. The User Progress tool can also be used though this requires the user be enrolled back into the course for access to this information.
|Enrollment Statistics area||view Grades or Attendance||view User Progress|
After accessing course, select the "Classlist" link from the "Course Resources" drop menu.
Select the "Enrollment Statistics" button at the top of the Classlist page.
The Enrollment Statistics page is split into a summary detail and a Withdrawals detail.
The summary section shows how many users of each specific role have been added into the course or have been unenrolled from the course.
The Withdrawals section indicates the specific accounts that have been unenrolled from the course for whatever reason - specific to role.
Under the Withdrawals section use the action arrow to select either "View Grades" or "View Attendance" corresponding to an unenrolled student. If one or both of these areas are in use then there will be data specific to the unenrolled student that will display.
If the instructor does not use either the Grades area or the Attendance area in D2L these displays will be of little use.
To utilize the information contained in the User Progress tool specific to an unenrolled user, the user must be enrolled back into the course for access to this information.
Enroll the unenrolled student back into the course. Here is a link to a tutorial on
how to add a participant into a course:
Add a participant into a course (enroll user)
Use the action arrow corresponding to the re-enrolled student to select the "View progress" link.
Selecting "View progress" opens the "User Progress" area. When in the "User Progress" area it defaults to the Progress Summary - selecting another progress indicator (like Assignments) gives detail specific to the area selected.
After enrolling an unenrolled student back into the course it is best to unenroll
the student again after finishing any related work to prevent confusion. Here is a
tutorial that shows how to unenroll a user:
Unenroll a user from a course
If the student is not unenrolled manually the job will occur in the nightly Banner-to-D2L update.
NOTE: When a course has ended (term has concluded), only the login history is available in the user progress tool. The only workaround is to temporarily reopen the course with the help of D2L Support (Term End date adjustment). This is problematic as it willl allow students to access a closed course. D2L is working on this issue and will apprise when it is resolved.
NOTE: What dialogue box windows look like and how dialogue box windows and browsers interact is dependent upon the operating system and browser being used. The screenshots in this tutorial may differ from the screen that the user is viewing when performing the actions described in this tutorial.
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