If you were to log in, you'd be able to get more information on your fellow community member.
Bravo for doing course design right. I have sat through far too many courses where I had no idea what I was supposed to actually be learning. Even worse, neither did the instructor. One thing I think deserves special emphasis is that the metrics you collect have to be used for something. Far too often very good courses get developed - with a lot of careful thought and hard work - and then frozen. They go through the motions of collecting metrics but the feedback loop is never closed and the course stays static. Eventually someone decides that the course is completely outdated and a new one is built from scratch, probably without even looking at the data from the old course.