One way we used to do it is to include a link to the quiz at the end,
that quiz can be a google docs form. You might even be able to get
fancy to pass some variables over on the query string like the course
Another variation is to tell them the link to the form is they can
print their completion diploma, they type their name, merge it with a
diploma doc and there is your tracking. Since you require them to
login it should also store their name.
With analytic you would have to custom field, set their name in the
field, then track their progress using the conversions function, it
would be kinda weird.
On Jun 5, 10:43 am, Michael Henry <online2le...@gmail.com
> I am very happy to see your post. This is the missing link. I am going to
> post a new topic called: Cloudcourse - Missing Link. I will share your
> description and add some of the features I have in CadaDiaSpanish.
> I use Google Groups for the "Sign On." The problem is using those same
> credentials for a gradebook or tracking mechanism. Google analytics has
> this function... I am hoping there is a google solution for this problem.
> On Monday, June 4, 2012 11:57:36 PM UTC-5, Jon Edwards wrote:
> > Hi, Michael, and everyone else on the list...
> > I'd definitely be interested in collaborating with people to put some
> > ideas together. I will definitely have a look at your site.
> > I'm also working on the same sort of project: creating an online course
> > that makes use of Google tools. I'm able to publish learning content (on
> > Blogger / a Google Site) and create interactive elements (including
> > self-grading quizzes using GForms). However, one problem that is proving to
> > be especially tricky is *creating a log-in* and linking that to some sort
> > of tool (database?) for *keeping track of students progress*. What I'd