View Faculty Dashboard
 

The Faculty Dashboard allows faculty to view usage statistics for groups of users.  It also enables you to compare the usage of an individual user with that of the group as a whole.

 

This short guide will show you step by step how to:

 

 

View Faculty Dashboard

 

Using your preferred web browser, navigate to the URL for your Apporto system, for example, “mycollege.apporto.com”, and log in to the system using your Admin credentials.

Click the Analytics   icon in the Navigation panel.

Initially, the ‘Admin Dashboard’ displays.

 

Click on the Faculty Dashboard tab.

The ‘Faculty Dashboard’ displays.

The Faculty Dashboard shows usage statistics for groups of users (for example, a class of students).  The first chart plots the total amount of time spent in Apporto by percentiles (25th, 50th, and 75th).

Select the group or subgroup for which you wish to view statistics from the first drop-down menu.

Select the desktop or app for which you wish to view statistics from the second drop-down menu.  

The screen refreshes to display usage for the selected group and desktop or app.

The first drop-down menu allows you to choose from groups for which your role has permissions. The second drop-down menu lists all apps/desktops published to the selected group.  

If no statistics exist for the selected group/subgroup and desktop/app combination, the message ‘NO DATA AVAILABLE’ displays.

 

View Statistics for Individual Users

 

Scroll to the bottom of the Faculty Dashboard to see usage statistics for individual users.  A table shows a list of students along with their Email, Total Time, and Total Activity.     

The black line in the middle of the Total Time and Total Activity bars represents the 50th percentile.  This allows you to easily see whether a student is spending more or less time than the typical student.

To compare usage for an individual student with the group, cursor over the student’s row in the table and click to select the student.   

The chart refreshes.

A red line is displayed showing time spent by the student.   

If you notice a student is lagging behind their classmates, you may reach out by email to offer assistance.