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Faculty - Tutor.com On-Demand Reports

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Faculty - Tutor.com On-Demand Reports

In Tutor.com, you have access to On-Demand reports to review student usage of the tool. You can run reports on Student Usage, Individual Student Sessions, or Topic Drilldown. Each of these reports can be exported as XML file with report data, CSV (comma delimited), TIFF file, Acrobat (PDF) file, Web Archive, or Excel by choosing your output choice in the drop down and clicking Export at the top of the report.

Below are the explanations of each report taken right from Tutor.com.

Student Usage: This report breaks usage down by student, showing the number of sessions and number of minutes each student used in various subjects. Data is returned for both the date range you specify and the lifetime of each student's account. You may run the report over any date range up to 180 days.

Individual Student Sessions: This report returns data on all Tutor.com sessions conducted within your selected date range, with separate columns for each session's start time, student and tutor participants, subject, and more. You may run the report over any date range up to 180 days.

Topic Drilldown: This report shows the specific topics and subtopics students requested help with in your selected subject. You may run the report over any date range up to 180 days.

To access these reports, from your Tutor.com portal, choose the tab On-Demand Reports.

Student Usage:
For this report, you can choose to search by a date range (it will then show all student usage within this date range if used alone) or by a specific student by entering the data into appropriate boxes.

This is an image of the On-Demand Reports Student Usage tab. Both the tab for On-Demand Reports and the Student Usage tab are called out by a red box around it. The page asks you to enter your parameters around: start date, end date, student username, student email, student first name, and student last name.

The data you receive from this report includes User ID, First Name, Last Name, Username, Access Point, Start Date, Subjects, Total Minutes Used, Total Sessions, Sessions this Period, Total Early Alerts, and Early Alerts this Period. Using this report to see student usage throughout different periods of your course can help you better plan assessments and promotion of this assistive service in your classroom. 

This is an image of an example of how a Student Usage report would look. The top of the report is blocked off in yellow and contains the column identifiers such as first name, last name, total sessions, etc. The data is displayed under each column.

Individual Student Sessions:
For this report, you can choose to search by a date range (it will then show all student usage within this date range if used alone) or by a specific student by entering the data into appropriate boxes. You may also add an Early Alert Filter to this report.

This is an image of the On-Demand Reports Individual Student Sessions tab. Both the tab for On-Demand Reports and the Individual Student Sessions tab are called out by a red box around it. To the right middle of the page a red box calls attention to Early Alter filters of unusually long session and frequent subject request that can be checked to be included in the report. The page asks you to enter your parameters around: start date, end date, student username, student email, student first name, and student last name.

The data from this report includes Location, User ID, Student First Name, Student Last Name, Student Email, Student Username, Tutor Display Name, Subject, Grade/Course ID, Center Name, Session Start Time, Length, Session Transcript, Early Alert: Unusually Long Session, and Early Alert: Frequent Subject Request. In this report, you may find the Subject column, Length, Transcripts, and Early Alert columns useful to be able to further cater your material to the areas students continually struggle. Under the Session Transcript column, you can review any given students’ session with their tutor. The Early Alerts can allow you to know which students to outreach personally to offer your assistance for areas they continually struggle with. 

This is an image of an example of how an Individual Student Sessions report would look. The top of the report is blocked off in yellow and contains the column identifiers such as first name, last name, subject, etc. The data is displayed under each column. The column session transcripts has a red box around one of the Click Here options, which allows a transcript of the session to be downloaded.

Topic Drilldown:
For this report, you can choose to search by a date range (it will then show all student usage within this date range if used alone) or by a specific student by entering the data into appropriate boxes. You may also add an Early Alert Filter to this report.

This is an image of the On-Demand Reports Topic Drilldown tab. Both the tab for On-Demand Reports and the Individual Student Sessions tab are called out by a red box around it. To the right middle of the page a red box calls attention to Early Alter filters of unusually long session and frequent subject request that can be checked to be included in the report. The page asks you to enter your parameters around: start date, end date, and subject.

This report provides you with a breakdown of main topic usage as well as subtopic usage in percentages and a bar graph (i.e. Grammar as the main topic and Parts of Speech as the subtopic). 

This is an image of an example of how an Topic Drilldown report would look. The top of the report breaks down topics on the left and their percentage of usage on the right.  Below this breakdown is a bar graph depicting the percentage of usage among topics.

 

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