Accessing Quiz Log Attempts

In eLC, information about student interaction with quizzes is stored in Quiz Logs. These logs are available to instructors and include information about student engagement with a quiz (e.g., when they started and finished a quiz, when they started a second attempt, etc.) as well as what responses they submitted. These quiz logs are very accurate, and can be useful for instructors who need to verify particulars about a specific student’s engagement with a quiz in eLC. 

Quiz logs can be accessed in both an overview and detailed form, and the detailed version can be downloaded as a spreadsheet. Below you will find instructions for both. 

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Accessing Quiz Attempt Logs

  1. Open the Tools menu in the course navbar and select Quizzes
    Open tools menu
  2. Click on the chevron next to the quiz you are interested in and select Attempt Logs.Select attempt logs

  3. On the Attempt Logs page you will find 2 different tabs: Overview and Detailed. On the Overview tab you also have the option of selecting a filter to see only one type of event in your list: simply click on one of the options above the overview table to see the filtered list. 

    • If a student did not make a quiz attempt, they will not show up in the logs. 
    • If a student has experienced a disconnection during a test, you will find this listed in the Detailed tab. Specifically, you will see them listed with a Quiz Entry event when they started, followed by another event later. The second event will be listed either as re-entry or Internet Restored item.


Overview and detailed

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Downloading Quiz Attempt Logs

Quiz logs can be downloaded as either CSV or Excel files. To do so, follow these steps: 

  1. Go to Tools then Quizzes.
    Click quizzes and tools
  2. Click on the chevron by the quiz you are interested in and select Grade.
    Click on chevron and select grade
  3. Select either Export to CSV or Export to Excel
    Select Export to CSV or Export to Excel

The file will download using the settings and norms associated with your selected internet browser. 

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