Analytics and statistics
You now have access to powerful analytic and statistic tools in LnuPlay where you can view the impact of your videos/audios, live broadcasts or webcasts.
Regardless if it's media files (video, audio or images) that has been published publicly or contained within your course room in Mymoodle, you have total control over your statistics.
You can reach the analysis either through our portal, play.lnu.se, or by logging in to Mymoodle and choose "My Media". Click on the media file you want to analyse and then click on the "Actions" button in the down right corner. Choose "Analytics" to see all the data about your media file and how your visitors have interacted with it.
- You are viewing statistics from the past 30 days. You can change this to another period of time.
- You are in the Dashboard area and can also take a look at data based from Channels, Categories and Users.
- General Metrics gives you a summary of:
Visits – How many times the media file has been loaded (someone opened the page).
Plays – How many times someone actually pressed Play and started to watch the media file.
View Drop off – An average percentage of how much of the media file a visitor has played through. 45% means that the visitors on average views almost half of the video clip before moving on.
Avg. view time – An average amount of time viewing/listening on the media file.
Comments – How many comments that are made to the media file (if comments are allowed).
- Top Engaged Users show a list of logged in users that has accessed the media file and how many times per person. Visitors on a public page are logged as a group called "Unknown".
- The number of plays from within a specific category or channel.
Analytics within Mymoodle
You can also view how your media files have been used by your students in your class room by going to Mymodle and your class room. Once there, in the navigation menu to the left, click on the link "LnuPlay Media Gallery". From there, click on the button "Actions". You now get an overview of the statistics for all the media files used in your course and in what way your students have interacted with them. You also get a list of students that have contributed with media content themselves.