iLearn insights can now generate reports on faculty, department and at the program level. This report combines data from the individual unit and displays the following for a group of units:

  • Number of students that have not completed the Academic Integrity Module (AIM)
  • The number of students that have not logged into at least one of the units within the faculty, department or program.

This report also displays the following data for each unit :

  • Total enrollment for a unit
  • Number of students that have not completed the AIM
  • Number of students that have not logged in within the last 7 days
  • Number of students that have never accessed a unit

The following example is from a combination of 348 units and more than 5300 students enrolled in session 2, 2020.

This report can also be shared between staff relevant to faculty, department or program.

Group report

In iLearn Insights, this report is currently titled as ‘Group report’. This is because of the way this report is developed, it is not limited to report only on AIM completion and last access details. Depending on the requirements this report can accommodate any customised group reporting using iLearn data.

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Please contact Shamim Joarder ( or Jeremy Hind ( for more information.

Posted by Shamim Joarder

Shamim Joarder has worked for various educational institutions since 2001. His eLearning journey began in 2009 working as an eLearning Project Manager at the University of Adelaide. Mr. Joarder currently works at Macquarie University, Sydney as Senior Learning Analytics Adviser, where he has designed and developed two unique learning analytic applications titled 'iLearn insights' and 'MyLearn'. He has also authored the book 'Moodle eLearning Course Design: A Flexible Approach'. Mr. Joarder received numerous accolades, including awarded silver at the QS Reimagine Education Awards 2023 in Abu Dhabi under the Regional (Oceania) award category, 2022 ACODE and CAUDIT Award for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, and was a finalist in the 2022 AFR Higher Education Excellence Awards. His work was first recognised in Singapore at the ASCILITE 2019 conference by winning the ASCILITE award for innovation. He also won 2021 Vice Chancellor's Learning Innovation award at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.

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