Data from PeopleFluent Learning (legacy) system can be extracted using the integrated reports functionality. Scorm and ed-online courses can also be extracted via the ftp functionality. These functionalities are available to all LMS administrators and they can perform the data extraction themselves.
For any other data that cannot be downloaded from the application, contact PeopleFluent account manager to determine if such service can be provided for a fee.
This document assumes the LMS administrator already has a working knowledge of creating reports. For more information on report creation please refer to Appendix A. The recommended format to extract the data is in csv format. This is a widely used format and most systems have a way of importing files in this format.
Most common data that can be extracted via reports:
- Training Summary by User
- Registrations and statuses
- Classrooms by Branches
- Instructors for scheduled courses
This document will also provide instructions on how to download courses (both ed-online format and SCORM).
Note that these are the most common reports. For special needs, LMS administrators have the ability to create custom reports in any way that fits their needs, based on the principles laid down in this document.
- Extracting Users' data
This requires a report that will mimic the Auto-import-user feed. This will allow the administrators to retrieve users data in the same format as it was input via the user feed.
Main Data source
Additional data sources
- Branches (from User)
- Departments (from User)
- Supervised by (from User)
- Organization (from User)
- Role (from User)
- Position (from User)
- Portal (from user)
- User - External ID
- User - User Name
- User - Employee Number
- User - Last Name
- User - First Name
- User - Other Name
- User - Address
- User - City
- Extracting Schedules
- Extracting User Registrations and training information
- Extracting attendance records for classroom-based courses
- Extracting classrooms
- Extracting instructors for scheduled courses
- Exporting an ed-online course
- How to download SCORM course content