For content type of essay questions, where in the dashboard can I see users' sub missions of actual responses? The purpose is for faculty to review the open-text responses instead of machine review and scoring.
Tue, 12/11/2018 - 07:44
Which platform are you using?
H5P emits data in the form of xAPI statements and you will need a plugin or custom code to listen to these statements and a data store such as a learning record store to save them in.
I highly recommend looking through these documentation:
Tue, 12/11/2018 - 20:33
We use H5P in a Wordpress portal and we do have Tin Canny Reporting in place to show the tracking of xAPI statements. My question is about where to see users' actual responses? e.g., if it is a MCQ question, I can see statements of attempted, completed, scores, etc; but where to see which answer the user exactly chooses? if it is an Essay question, I can see the statements based on if the user hits keywords or not; but where to see the exact sentences or paragraph the user has submitted?
Wed, 12/12/2018 - 09:17
I don't know what your reporting looks like, but Essay provides the answer given in the same xAPI statement as the score (statement->result->response). It should be retrievable in your Learning Record Store.
Wed, 06/05/2019 - 18:56
I've seen your contributions, great work. I will be looking to become a patreon for you. I am just wondering, does your H5P xAPIkachu plugin shows results for your essay feature? I gave it a go and it was blank. (I don't have H5P xAPI configured if this is useful information). As I say, love your work just need a bit of help
Thu, 06/06/2019 - 00:27
Yes, the results are passed using xAPI (slightly improved in the upcoming version of Essay). Did you check it in the backend? Results are not stored then, of course, because that would mess with statistcs. You'll have to use it in a post in the frontend.
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