See details about how course content at your institution is performing and evolving. You can export Ally CSV reports by academic year, by month, by term, by courses, and for individual courses.
An Export button is available on these report pages:
- Overview tab: Download the courses, months, terms, and years reports.
- Courses tab: Download the courses, months, terms, and years reports.
- Individual course: Download a report for the specific course.
Ally accessibility reports are exported as CSV file. These CSV files provide detailed data about the items with issues in your LMS courses. But what does this data mean?
In the courses, months, terms and years exports, rows are courses. Columns are general information, scores, and accessibility issues.
In an individual course report, rows are content items. Columns are general information, scores, and accessibility issues.
Reports start with general information in the first few columns.
After the general information, the reports show the different content types and the total number of each one in a course, including files and content created in the Learning Management System (LMS) application. These are columns pdf to other in the CSV file.
More on the content types Ally checks
Next, the reports detail how many items in a section have specific accessibility issues. The number in the column headings represent the severity level of the issue.
What does the number in the issue column headings mean?
The number in the column heading represents the severity level of the issue.
- 1 represents severe issues
- 2 represents major issues
- 3 represents minor issues
For example, ImageSeizure:1 is a severe issue while AlternativeText:2 is a major issue.
This makes it easier to parse the severity of each issue in an automated way.
View the report descriptions for your LMS.