How do I know what users can see in Watershed?

By Abbey Smith | Oct 24, 2019

Enterprise implementations of Watershed can report on hundreds of thousands of learners, and the users accessing those reports can reach triple digits across departments or hierarchies. So, how do you control what data or dashboards users can see? Here’s what you need to know about setting custom permissions and restrictions in Watershed.

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Me Filter, Dashboard Videos, & Hiding Average Bars [NEW]

By Brooks Alford | Sep 12, 2019

Our latest Watershed updates include the ability to have a dynamic “Me” filter on reports, add videos to the Metric Report, and hide the Average Bar on Range Reports.

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Watershed's Direction: 2019 and Beyond

By David Ells | Aug 28, 2019

During our recent 2019 Watershed Insights Summit, we experienced an incredible opportunity to provide a platform for our clients to exchange ideas, both with us and with each other. As part of that opportunity, we achieved even more visibility into our clients’ worlds while also refining the vision that we share with them and the learning industry at large.

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July Releases: Report Metadata, HTML in Metric Report, Status Page

By Brooks Alford | Jul 12, 2019

Our latest Watershed updates include report metadata, HTML in the Metric Report, and our new status page.

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Client Spotlight: Caterpillar's 'Kaltura Anomaly Detection' Dashboard

By Andrew Downes | Jul 09, 2019

In this client spotlight, see how Caterpillar, Inc., is using Watershed's Scatter reports to not only highlight their best videos, but also use that information to improve future L&D initiatives. We've also included a guide to help you start exploring the outstanding content and resources in your organization.

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xAPI Governance: Use a Flexible Learning Analytics Platform (Part 6)

By Andrew Downes | Jun 25, 2019

So far in our xAPI Governance series, we’ve looked at what you can do to protect against bad xAPI data and how you can fix it. This week, we explore how using a flexible learning analytics platform can help you work with imperfect data, reducing the impact of xAPI Governance failures.

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xAPI Governance: Dealing with Bad Data (Part 5)

By Andrew Downes | May 27, 2019

xAPI governance is designed to help protect your learning record store (LRS) from bad data. But what can you do about bad data that’s already in your LRS? Whether it’s duplicated completion verbs, activity ID reuse, or another issue, let’s look at some options to help you tidy up when things go wrong.

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Client Spotlight: athenahealth’s Newsletter

By Andrew Downes | May 07, 2019

In this client spotlight, see how athenahealth’s Training and Enablement team is using an internal newsletter to keep their colleagues up to date with the organization’s program data, insights, and best practices.

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xAPI Governance: Test, Monitor & Enforce (Part 4)

By Andrew Downes | May 01, 2019

Even the best of us can make mistakes. So, the more data sources and people involved in your learning ecosystem, the more likely someone is to break the rules and processes you’ve defined as part of your xAPI governance strategy. To avoid issues, it’s vital that you test, monitor, and enforce your rules and processes.

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xAPI Governance: Documentation (Part 3)

By Andrew Downes | Apr 16, 2019

Continuing our xAPI Governance blog series, the second aspect of Governance—after creating rules and processes—is documentation. So, why is keeping records of your captured xAPI data important? In this post, we’ll explain what you need to know when it comes to documentation and share steps to help get you started.

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