Skills Activity Dashboard
The Skills Activity dashboard provides insight into how skills are being developed within your organization and answers the following questions:
Which skills are being learned by your employees?
Which employees are most engaged in learning specific skills?
Which titles are most often being used to learn specific skills?
Use the information from this dashboard to identify important skill-building trends, decide which content to promote to learners, and strategize with stakeholders and managers about skill gains, gaps and learning initiatives to undertake.
You can filter data on this dashboard by date and audience.
- Date Range Presets: Filters the data by a specified range of dates from the drop-down list.
- Audience: The audience(s) in which users are a member. You can display the data for one audience by typing in the name, or choose All Audiences to show all data.
Top Skills Activity
This section provides a visual representation of skills accessed for the filters chosen. The bigger the circle, the more attention it has received.
There are three tabs: Skill Areas, Skill Subjects, Skill Channels. You can view data on each tab by:
- number of unique learners
- number of learning hours
The different colored circles represent Skillsoft and custom-created skill areas, subjects, and channels.Note: For the best experience, use Firefox, Edge, or Chrome. The circles may not display properly if you are using Internet Explorer 11.
The data in the table provides additional detail for the circles in the Top Skills Activity section. The table updates to correspond to the tab selected.
- Unique Learners: The number of distinct learners who have accessed this skill area, subject or channel.
- Unique Titles: Number of unique titles accessed by learners for this skill area, subject, or channel.
- Completions: The total number of learners who finished this skill area, subject, or channel.
- Learning Hours: The total number of hours learners spent accessing content in this skill area, subject or channel.
- Average Learning Hours: The total number of hours and minutes learners spent accessing content in this skill area, subject or channel divided by the total number of learners.