Keep in mind...
The leaderboard measures engagement by your fellow peers and also by relevant groupings (i.e. - student organization). For groups, their leaderboard rank is determined by an engagement score.
To calculate the engagement score for a "Group", there are 4 variables considered:
1. The percentage of students that are active within the "Group".
- For example, if Student Org X has 10 active members out of 100 total members (10% active), they would score less than Student Org Y that has 10 active members out of 50 total members (20% active).
2. The amount of activities that are completed by the members of a "Group".
- For example, if members of Student Org X complete a combined total of 500 activities, they would score higher than Student Org Y whose members completed a combined total 400 activities.
3. A multiplier for activities tagged with 1 or more other "Groups".
- For example, say members of Student Org X and Student Org Y have both completed a total of 500 activities, but 100 of the activities completed by Student Org X were tagged with another student org and only 50 of the activities completed by Student Org Y were tagged with another student org. In this case Student Org X would score higher.
4. A multiplier for activities tagged with 1 or more employer.
- For example, say members of Student Org X and Student Org Y have both completed a total of 500 activities, but 100 of the activities completed by Student Org X were tagged with an employer and only 50 of the activities completed by Student Org Y were tagged with an employer. In this case Student Org X would score higher.
Below is more information on the Group leaderboard:
1. To access the group leaderboard, log onto the web app and go to the "Leaderboard" tab on the left-side toolbar and make sure that you are in the "'Groups" section, not the "Students" section.
2. The groups leaderboard displays the top 20 groups, per the filters you apply. Standard filters include:
- All Time - the time interval by month, semester, or year.
- Levels - the overall level of the student.
- Classes - the class level of the student (i.e. - Junior).
3. Your university has the ability to offer their own group filters of the leaderboard as well. So depending on the custom filters they choose, you may have access to additional groupings. In the example below, there are 3 custom filters available:
- Major: the most engaged majors.
- Advisor: advisors with the most engaged students.
- Organization: the most engaged student organizations.
- Residence: the most engaged residence halls.
You can share any view of the leaderboard that you create. Simply click the "Share" button near the top right of the screen (once you have the desired filters applied) to copy the link to it, and then paste that link wherever you'd like.