The Activity Log is a stream of all the statements in your Learning Record Store. There are several ways that you can use the Activity Log data card.
- See what were the most recent activities or statements stored in your LRS
- Customize data export views for .CSV download
- View details by individual data statement
Recent Statements & Activity
The activity stream is the live log of the data that has been stored in your LRS. In its standard view, you are able to see the statement timestamp, statement id, actor name, verb display, object activity name, and object activity description. You can browse through the many pages of your activity stream using the arrow icons at the bottom of the stream.
You can add additional fields by clicking on the pop-out icon in the bottom left corner of the activity stream data card. Clicking the pop-out icon will open a selection menu where you can select from a menu of over 50 different fields of xAPI data that may be included in your xAPI data statements. Use the toggles to select the fields that you want to display on your activity stream. Once you've made your selections, click "save" and your data card will update accordingly.
You can add as many fields as you like, you can rearrange them through the drag-and-drop interactions on the individual columns, and you can remove them by clicking the x on hover by the column title.
Customize Data Export
Once you have moved the data fields around and gotten everything set up the way you want it, you can download the data in a .CSV file that will be formatted as you have customized it in the Activity Log display. Click the download icon in the bottom left corner of the data card.
The .CSV file will be formatted as it was in the Activity Log view in the Yet xAPI LRS. This file can now be manipulated in Excel or uploaded for processing in other BI tools.
View Individual Data Statement
As an audit-able log of all the activity and xAPI data statements stored in your LRS, you can also navigate to the actual data statement as it was stored from the Activity Log. By clicking on the statement-id link you can see more granular detail stored in the xAPI statement. For example, and depending on the type of statement, you can see score results, questions descriptions, the instructor of the content, full text descriptions of activities, URL location of content, learner responses to questions, correct responses to questions and many other details stored in xAPI statements, depending on the level of resolution of your data integration.
Like all data cards in the Yet xAPI LRS, this data card can be resized, reorganized, removed, or reconfigured to customize your dashboard and report views. Just use the three dots in the top right corner of any data card to make changes.