Assessment Data & Reporting

  • Rubric Report

    Rubric ReportThe Rubric report allows an administrator to select rubrics and view the associated assessment data.  By default, the report will show all assessment data for the rubric.  However, reports can be customized by selecting filtering values to refine the displayed data.Building a Rubric report queryA Rubric report query is built by choosing a rubric on which to...

  • Standards & Outcomes Report

    The Standards & Outcomes report allows an administrator to select standards and outcomes and view the associated met/not met data.  By default, the report will show all met/not met data for the standard/outcome. However, reports can be customized by selecting filtering values to refine the displayed data.Building a Standards & Outcomes Report queryA Standards and Outcom...

  • Comparative Data Report

    Comparative Data Report How is this report different from existing reports? Flexibility The new Comparative Data Report (CDR) allows you to compare assessment data across both Standards and Rubrics, within the same report output. Get to the data you need for accreditation reports by selecting from a variety of filters. Select from an extensive range of data columns. ...

  • Data Extracts

    The data extracts in Student Learning & Licensure allow administrators to export specific data types to a .csv   To access the Extracts: 1. Log into a SL&L admin account 2. Go to the Reports screen 3. Click the Extracts tab   The Extracts screen will display each available extract along with a description of the data that's included.    To generate an Extract: 1. Click...

  • Save and Export Reports

    Saving and Export ReportsStandards and rubric reports in Student Learning & Licensure can be retained for later use.  There are two methods for doing so:  saving and exporting. Saving ReportsOnce a report is generated, it can be saved for later use.  Saving a report does not save the data in the report.  Rather, saving a report saves the parameters that were set when bu...