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SLP: Reports

Introduction:

The most common reports for mentors and affiliation users are the Count Date and School Year Completions. Count Date reports are customized by choosing the appropriate date for your schools count day. This report lists student names, courses, assignments completed, points possible, points earned and the date the assignment was completed.

School Year Completion reports will show all students who have completed their course. This report will show the student names, courses, instructors, terms, final grades and completion dates.

There are also reports that can be pulled to display more information that is shown on Dashboard widgets. Unlike the widgets, any report pulled from the Reports tab can be downloaded, exported and printed. This process describes how to access these reports.

Details:

  1. First, tap the “Reports” menu on the top menu bar.
  2. Next, click the Run Report option from the left navigation menu.
  3. Then choose a report name from the Select a report drop-down field. Once selected, mentors or affiliation users can select the Report Details link to display information about the report.
    The reports page is shown with the Select a report drop-down field, to the right a Report Details link. Below this field a Search Criteria section is highlighted and contains a Run Report button. Arrows point to the drop-down and button.
  4. Finally, tap the Run Report button to display the report.

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