Taking the forms of charts and tables as well as downloadable data, reports summarize data collection for analysis and display. Reporting collects system data in a way that allows it to be analyzed and to display the results of assessment. Reports are relevant to every institutional stakeholder, from the president and provost to faculty and staff members, accreditation committees, deans and department chairs, students, parents, and the community. Reports are used by many different people on a regular basis to help them make timely decisions, such as assessing whether a program's objectives need updating, if courses are achieving desired learning outcomes, if an instrument used for evaluating learning is effective, or if the institution is the right place to enroll.
View summary information to assess and evaluate performance at the course level.
The Report Archive is a repository for stored reports. A stored report is a snapshot in time containing static data as it existed at the moment the report was run and saved. To see the latest view of a report, run the report again.
To remove a stored report, select the report and click Remove. Removing a stored report does not remove the report definition, merely the saved version of that report.