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April 24, 2013 /Reporting /

Content reports

Content reports provide detailed information about the content you have uploaded to Adobe Connect. (Content can be in the following formats: PPT, PPTX, FLV, SWF, PDF, GIF, JPG, PNG, mp3, HTML, or ZIP.) For example, a content report about a PDF shows page name, number of times each page was viewed, and last date each page was viewed.

A content report showing question details enables you to view information about questions in a presentation (PPT or PPTX file). For example, you could select a presentation containing a question with five multiple choice answers. Running a content report showing question details allows you to see how many learners picked each of the five possible answers. This report is useful for refining the questions in your presentations. If you feel too many learners are passing or failing a presentation, use this report to determine which questions to make easier or more difficult.

How to create content reports

  1. Log in to Adobe Connect Central and click Reports.
  2. Click Content.
  3. Select a piece of content from the library and click Next.
  4. Click Specify Report Filters. (Optional) Enter a date range and/or select a specific User Group(s).
  5. Click Add or Remove Report Fields. Select and deselect the fields to display in the report.
  6. Click Options. Select the type of content report to create: Content Report or Content Report Showing Question Details.
  7. Click Create Report.

The table lists the specific information that appears in columns within content reports. All column headings do not appear in all content reports.

Column heading Description
Average score The average learner score for the content.
Content type Description of the content. For example, presentation, image, or SWF file.
Current disk usage Current size, in KB, of the content file.
Last modified date Last date that changes were made to the content file.
Last view date Last date that a user viewed the content file.
Maximum score Highest score a learner received on the content file.
Minimum score Lowest score a learner received on the content file.
Number of questions Total number of questions the content file contains.
Number selected Number of learners who selected this option.
Page name Full name of the page. (For PDF content only.)
Page number Number corresponding to the page number in the content file. (For PDF content only.)
Percentage selected Percent of learners who selected this option.
Question description The actual question from the question slide. For a multiple choice question, each possible choice is listed on its own line.
Question number Number corresponding to the question number in the presentation.
Responses Different possible responses to the question.
Slide name Full name of the slide.
Slide number Number corresponding to the slide number in the presentation.
Total duration For movie or music file, the total length in hours/minutes/seconds of the file.
Total pages For a PDF, the total number of pages in the file.
Total slides For a presentation, the total number of slides in the file.
Total views The total number of times this content was viewed.
Unique views The number of uniquely identified viewers who accessed this content.

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