eLearning Course Analytics

The User Flow Analytics allows you to get insight into every step of the learner's journey in your course. Currently, you can add analytics to elearning courses built in Articulate Storyline and Articulate Rise (and coming soon as a generic JavaScript library that can be added to any other tool).

The information you can learn from analytics includes:

  • Learners' actions in the course
  • At what points the learners exit the course
  • What elements and buttons they click on the slides
  • How long they stay on each slide
  • How many times they visit a particular slide
  • What geographic locations the learners are coming from
  • What devices and browsers they use, and much more!

See a sample User Flow report

Get Comprehensive Usage Statistics

Understand your elearning course users better by monitoring the performance of your instructional content, slides, and interactions.

Use With or Without an LMS

User Flow Analytics works independently of any LMS software, so you can use it even without a learning management system (or in addition to one).

Connect Insights to Learning Outcomes

Once you get a clear picture of how the learners behave in your courses, you can use these insights to adjust your instructional content and deliver better training outcomes.

User Flow eLearning Analytics

eLearning Analytics FAQs

Can I track learner interactions in my elearning courses?
Yes, get User Flow Analytics to have a comprehensive view of learner interactions within your elearning courses, track actions such as button clicks, time spent on slides, exit points, and much more.
What elearning authoring tools are supported by these analytics tools?
User Flow Analytics is currently available for courses built in Articulate Storyline and Articulate Rise, and soon will be accessible via a generic JavaScript library for broader application.
What benefits do elearning analytics offer for course improvement?
eLearning analytics help you understand how learners engage with your course content. By providing detailed insights into their behaviors and interactions, you can identify areas that need enhancement, ensuring your course design effectively meets learner needs and improves educational outcomes.
Do I need an LMS to use comprehensive elearning analytics tools?
No, you do not need a Learning Management System (LMS) to benefit from User Flow Analytics tools. They function independently, providing you the flexibility to implement analytics whether you use an LMS or not, making it a versatile choice for all educational platforms.
What insights can I gain from these analytics tools without using an LMS?
Even without an LMS, User Flow Analytics can offer a full range of insights into how learners interact with your course, such as geographic locations of learners, devices and browsers used, slide visit frequency, and more. This data is invaluable for tailoring instructional strategies to better suit learner preferences and requirements.
Can these tools help link course interactions to learning outcomes?
Yes, Use Flow Analytics enables you to closely examine how learners interact with your course, providing crucial data that can be used to adjust your instructional content. This direct link between learner behavior and educational outcomes helps you enhance engagement and achieve better training results.
How can I integrate analytics into my elearning courses without an LMS?
Integrating analytics into your elearning courses without an LMS is a straightforward task. The tools can be embedded directly into your courses built with Articulate Storyline, Articulate Rise, or through a simple JavaScript library, ensuring easy access to comprehensive analytics data without the need for complex setups.
What are the advantages of using analytics tools independently of an LMS?
Using analytics tools independently of an LMS allows for greater flexibility, easier setup, and potentially lower costs. It also provides direct access to data without intermediation, offering more immediate insights into how your elearning content performs across different parameters.

How to Set Up eLearning Analytics - Example