Adobe Captivate Prime enables the administrators of an organization to generate the transcripts associated with learners.
1. To generate learner transcripts, click Reports on the left pane in Administrator login.
2. Click My Reports tab on the page.
3. Click Learner Transcripts link.
4. A Learner transcripts dialog appears. Choose the date range for which you need the transcript generated.
Note: By default, from
5. Choose the learners names from the Select Learners field, and click Generate.
6. You can choose
7. You can choose specific catalogs by enabling the check box.
8. You can also download transcripts for learners who have been deleted from an account. To download Learner Transcripts of deleted users, enable the check-box Include data of Deleted Learners.
9. You can choose to download module level information in the Learner transcript by enabling the "Enable module level information" checkbox" located under Advances options. In this case module names and the time spent on each module is fetched as a part of the transcript if this option is enabled.
10. You can choose to download skills data and summary sheets by enabling the option "Include skills data and summary sheets" checkbox located under Advances options.
Transcripts are generated and downloaded to your computer as .csv files when the skills data is not included. If the Skills data checkbox is enabled transcripts are generated and downloaded .xls files.
A typical learner transcript file consists of six excel sheets in a single file. The learner transcript sheets give an overall insight into data including the number of learners involved per course, their skills, the completion percentage based on course or learner, and a compliance dashboard. The following are the dashboards available in learner transcripts:
In the learner transcript excel sheet, along with profile details about the learner, a learning object wise consumption details are provided such as enrollment date, started date, grade achieved, quiz score obtained. If courses are part of any learning program, they are listed separately apart from individual course consumption details.
1- Learning Activity Dashboard
In this LO-specific dashboard, you can view the number of learners for each course, learning program, or certification. You can view the progress sheet for learners for a particular learning object. This sheet displays data like the number of learners who have completed the course or learning program, learners in progress, and learners' due dates.
The users' progress for the specific course is calculated based on the Input Fields where you specify the due date and progress percentage thresholds. For example, if you specify 7 days and 70% as the values in your Input field, the course progress for courses due in 7 days, and for courses that have more than 70% progress are displayed. You can also change the time period in this sheet, where the modified data is automatically displayed in this dashboard.
2 - Learning Activity Dashboard
This learning dashboard displays data for a specific user. From this dashboard, you can see the courses, learning programs, or certifications that a particular user has enrolled in. The table also displays data on which learning objects the user has completed, the learning objects in progress, and upcoming due dates for the user.
The users' progress for each course is calculated based on the inputs that you specify. That is, the due date and progress percentage values. For example, if you specify 7 days and 70% as the values in your Input field, the user's progress for different courses that are due in 7 days, and for courses that have more than 70% progress are displayed.
In the skills sheet, skill name, skill level, required credits, earned credits, completion percentage, and other profile details are provided. A sample snapshot of skills excel sheet is provided below for reference.
1- Skill Dashboard
In this dashboard, you can see whether your organization is equipped on various skills. For a specific skill, you can check the number of users in an organization who are supposed to have this skill versus the number who actually has the skill. This dashboard also specifies the users who have to refresh their skills. This value is calculated based on the input that you enter in the Input field. For example, if you enter 50 days as your input, the dashboard provides data on users who need their skills refreshed after 50 days.
2- Skill Dashboard
This skill dashboard is more user-specific. You can filter a specific user or several users and view their skill level as a dashboard. This sheet can help managers and administrators track how skilled each learner is as compared to how skilled they are expected to be. The Skill dashboard also throws light on the learners who have to refresh their skills. The learners refresh list is calculated based on the number of days that you enter in the Input Field.
The Compliance Dashboard has two parts - compliance report per user and compliance report per training. For the user-based report, you can use the Compliance Dashboard to track users who have upcoming due dates for important compliance initiatives. For the training-based report, you can filter by learning program or certification.
For both the compliance reports, filter by the due date to view the appropriate data.
The values in the following columns have minutes rounded to the nearest minute and seconds to 00:
- Enrollment Date (UTC TimeZone)
- Started Date (UTC TimeZone)
- Completion Date (UTC TimeZone)