Course dashboard

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The landing page consists of two parts: a sortable, filterable and paginated table of course repositories and a modal to create new courses. The table has the following columns:

  • Title: the title of the course (or repository name if it is not properly built yet)
  • Owner: the owner of the repository. If the repository has no owner yet, you can claim it if it's yours.
  • Instructors: instructors of the repository. You can set these in the Settings tab of the master branch of the repository.
  • Updated by me: when the repository was last updated by me
  • Updated by instructor: when the repository was last updated by an instructor
  • Un reviewed time: the time differences between when the repository was last updated by me and when it was last updated by an instructor
  • Last updated branch: the branch of this repository that was last updated

For featured courses the following extra columns are in the table:

  • Completion rate: the percentage of course takers that completed the course
  • Rating: the user rating of the course
  • Hint rate: the percentage of students that take a hint, averaged over each exercise of the course
  • Solution rate: the percentage of students that take a solution, averaged over each exercise of the course

The following features are also important in the course dashboard:

  • The search field will do string matching in the following columns: title, owner, instructors and last updated branch.
  • Checking the "Only my courses" checkbox will show you only courses that are owned by you. *Note: the first time using the dashboard, no courses will be owned by you.*
  • In the upper right corner of the dashboard, you can choose between Featured/Development courses. Featured courses are courses that are in production on DataCamp.
  • You can synchronize the shown repositories with GitHub by hitting the "Refresh List" link in the upper right corner of the dashboard.
  • The table is paginated, which means the rows are shown per 10. You can show all the repositories, but this can be slow if there are a lot of repositories.

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