Gomo’s enhanced xAPI reporting feature
Gomo’s Enhanced xAPI Reporting feature means you have more insights into how your learners are performing, the effectiveness of your learning programs, and how L&D is affecting the organization’s bottom line.
What is enhanced xAPI reporting?
While Gomo already offers built-in xAPI reporting dashboards, Gomo’s Enhanced xAPI Reporting feature provides more granular-level tracking and in-depth reporting on question data. It also works well with xAPI-conformant learning record stores and learning analytics platforms (LRSs and LAPs).
How does this feature work?
Better reporting on your learning initiatives offers a more complete picture of how your learners are performing. It also provides the opportunity to improve and bolster L&D’s offerings. And Gomo’s Enhanced xAPI Reporting update allows you to do just that—giving you an easy, visual way to analyze learner data across all Gomo products.
For Gomo Authoring customers, there aren’t technical requirements beyond having an appropriate LMS to launch your content and an LRS to store learning data. Furthermore, LMSs that support the xAPI launch data will automatically configure the endpoint.
Gomo Hosting and Analytics, which rely solely on xAPI reporting, automatically uses xAPI to track learning data on active courses. As a result, you can host courses with a simple user dashboard for accessing content. Gomo Hosting also provides an LRS that allows admins to report on learner progress and overall course activity.
How does this update affect reporting in Gomo Authoring and Hosting?
When it comes to Authoring and Hosting, users will see detailed course information that covers question interactions, course scores, completions, passes/fails, time taken, etc. All this information can be sent to any LRS (we recommend using an xAPI-conformant LRS to ensure consistent, correct data). And, if you use Gomo Hosting, you’ll have access to a dashboard showing learner and course-wide activity along with various reports that can be exported in CSV format. Here are some examples.
About the author: Adam Fox
Adam Fox is Director of Engineering at PeopleFluent and has been part of the LTG group since 2014. As a member of the engineering leadership team, Adam is responsible for technical strategy as well as software and quality assurance engineering teams.
He brings to the business a wealth of experience in designing, developing, and leading teams to create innovative systems that draw on the most appropriate and cutting-edge technologies. Adam has worked across health, defence, education, and professional sectors, producing award-winning solutions for over 15 years.