PageTiger

Watershed can receive data from any xAPI conformant Activity Provider. Many Watershed cards are flexible and you can configure Watershed to display useful visualizations and metrics from almost any xAPI data set. To help you get the most out of your data, we’re working with a number of product vendors to ensure that the data they send is optimized to produce the best possible results in Watershed. We want to help you to configure Watershed cards in the best way possible to display that data.

This guide tells you how to correctly configure and publish PageTiger publications and configure Watershed to get the best results.

This guide has 2 sections:

Connecting to PageTiger

Please note: You’ll need to be a Watershed Admin or Owner to connect PageTiger to Watershed.

To connect PageTiger to Watershed, log in to both systems. In Watershed, follow these instructions to get your Endpoint, Key and Secret.

On the PageTiger menu, open up PUBLICATIONS then ANALYTICS SETTINGS. Then click ADD NEW.

Select the Experience API (Tin Can or XAPI) tab and tick the Enabled checkbox. Enter your Watershed LRS Endpoint, Key and Secret. Enter the Key in PageTiger’s User Name field and Secret in the Password field.

PageTiger will now send data to Watershed when learners submit their results.

Configuring cards for PageTiger

Data from PageTiger publications works well with all Watershed cards, especially the Activity Card, which reports on publication completion and score, and provides detailed question analysis. The Interactions, Activity, Accomplishments and Skills cards do not require any special configuration for PageTiger data so we’ll just look at the Leaderboard and Correlation cards below.

Leaderboard

PageTiger data about course completion and scores can all be used within a Leaderboard. Where the learner takes the course multiple times, you might be interested in the first, last, best or worst attempt, or you might want an average or total. All of these measures can be used within Watershed’s Leaderboard card and you’ll likely want to create a single Leaderboard that contains the three or four measures most relevant to your organization and the particular course being analyzed.

Our demo site includes three Leaderboard cards for PageTiger looking at time taken, score and course completions and passes respectively. This guide outlines how to set those three Leaderboard cards up. Speak to us for help setting up your own Leaderboard with the specific measures you need taken from the three Leaderboards outlined below.

Score Leaderboard

The Score Leaderboard ranks learners by average, fastest, slowest, first and most recent score for the course. To set it up, create a new Leaderboard card and open Advanced configuration. Replace all the configuration code with the code below.

{
  "dimension": {
    "type": "PERSON"
  },
  "measures": [
    {
      "name": "Average Score",
      "field": {
        "type": "DOUBLE",
        "id": "result.score.raw"
      },
      "aggregation": "AVERAGE"
    },
    {
      "name": "Best Score",
      "field": {
        "type": "DOUBLE",
        "id": "result.score.raw"
      },
      "aggregation": "MAX"
    },
    {
      "name": "Worst Score",
      "field": {
        "type": "DOUBLE",
        "id": "result.score.raw"
      },
      "aggregation": "MIN"
    },
    {
      "name": "First Score",
      "field": {
        "type": "DOUBLE",
        "id": "result.score.raw"
      },
      "aggregation": "FIRST"
    },
    {
      "name": "Most Recent Score",
      "field": {
        "type": "DOUBLE",
        "id": "result.score.raw"
      },
      "aggregation": "LAST"
    }
  ]
}

Now return to Simple configuration to complete the Card Text and add the quiz or quizzes within your publication that you want to report on to the Activities filter. Then Save as new card.

Key questions answered: Who scored the highest? Who scored the lowest?

Completion Leaderboard

The Completion Leaderboard ranks learners by number of completions, passes and failures. To set it up, create a new Leaderboard card and open Advanced configuration. Replace all the configuration code with the code below.

{
  "dimension": {
    "type": "PERSON"
  },
  "measures": [
    {
      "name": "Completions",
      "field": {
        "type": "LONG",
        "id": "result.completion"
      },
      "aggregation": "COUNT",
      "match": "true",
      "value": 0
    },
    {
      "name": "Passes",
      "field": {
        "type": "LONG",
        "id": "result.success"
      },
      "aggregation": "COUNT",
      "match": "true",
      "value": 0
    },
    {
      "name": "Fails",
      "field": {
        "type": "LONG",
        "id": "result.success"
      },
      "aggregation": "COUNT",
      "match": "false",
      "value": 0
    }
  ]
}

Now return to Simple configuration to complete the Card Text and add the quiz or quizzes within your publication that you want to report on to the Activities filter. Then Save as new card.

Key questions answered: Who has completed, passes or failed the most? Who has never completed, passed or failed the course?

Popular Content Leaderboard

A popular content leaderboard shows which pieces of content are most popular either within a single publication or across publications. To create this, set up a leaderboard organized By activity and using the Statement Count measure. Use the Activities filter if you don’t want to report across all your activities.

Key questions answered: Which publications are most popular? Which parts of a publication are most popular?

Correlation

As with the Leaderboard, there’s a whole range of measures that you could explore with the Correlation card. Perhaps you want to explore what factors might cause a learner to repeat a course? Maybe you want to know if learners who access more publication pages in the course get a higher score?

The example on our demo site looks at whether or not learners who have completed quizzes more times have higher scoring most recent attempts than those who have not done the course so many times. Let’s look at how to set that one up; ask us if you’d like to look into any other questions about your courses.

Create a new Correlation card and open up Advanced configuration. Replace all the configuration code with the code below.

{
  "measures": [
      {
      "name": "Completion Count",
      "field": {
        "type": "LONG",
        "id": "result.completion"
      },
      "aggregation": "COUNT",
      "match": "true",
      "value": 0
    },
    {
      "name": "Last Score",
      "field": {
        "type": "DOUBLE",
        "id": "result.score.raw"
      },
      "aggregation": "LAST"
    }
  ],
  "dimensions": [
    {
      "type": "PERSON"
    }
  ]
}

Now return to Simple configuration to complete the Card Text and add the quiz or quizzes within your publication that you want to report on to the Activities filter. Then Save as new card.

Key questions answered: Does repeating the quiz lead to improved score in the most recent attempt?

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