High engagement means that you’ve been consistently using University resources such as Listen Again, accessing course materials on Moodle, using FASER and attending lectures and seminars.
Good engagement signifies that you're regularly using University resources, for example, Moodle, FASER and attending lectures and seminars.
Partial engagement indicates that you're using some University resources but not as frequently as students with higher engagement. For example, you maybe logging into Moodle and attending some lectures and seminars but not using FASER or Listen Again.
Low engagement would suggest that you're only occasionally using the resources available to you.
However, it's normal to have lower engagement during holiday periods and on occasion throughout the academic terms. If you have a period of lower engagement or no activity, your tutors and other University staff may check that all is well and offer information, advice and guidance.
Very low engagement would suggest that you're a very infrequent user of the university’s resources, possibly not engaging for several days at a time.