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How do I monitor my school's usage of assessment and/or instruction?
 
There are multiple reports that allow for the monitoring of a site. First, however, the user wishing to monitor a site needs to have an account with the role of "principal." This will give him or her access to site-level reports. All assessments and LGL Edge usage can be monitored.

See the tip sheet attached for detailed step-by-step instructions on the various reports that will be helpful. Below is a list of these reports:

From the regular Let's Go Learn Learning Management System (LMS):
1) Reporting Menu > Sites > Assessment Completion Report

From the Data Portal:
1) Report Menu > System Usage
2) Export Menu > Instructional Usage

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Site Usage Tip Sheet   TIPS_Site_Monitoring_for_Principal_Role_Users.pdf
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