Project Reports

How to create and edit project specific reports

Project Report

You can create a report that queries all of the results for a specific project. This report lists each Student Learning Objective in the project and the objective mastery percentage.

1. πŸ“ƒ View report

Expand the Actions menu for a Project and select View Report. The project report query is created.

2. πŸ“ Edit main report query

You can add filters to the query to make it more specific. Click the Edit button. The Report Filter Options window opens.

3. πŸ—ƒοΈ Apply filters

In the Report Filter Options window, you are able to filter by a class, campus, project status, and/or date range. Click the Save button to apply the filters to your query.

Project Objective Analysis Report

You can view how students' have fared on each learning objective within a project by creating a Project Objective Analysis Report.

1. πŸ“ Type & Title

Enter a Title for your report, then expand the Type list, and select the type of report you want. For more information on the different types of reports, view the πŸ‘‰ Report Types page.

2. πŸŽ›οΈ Filter Options

Expand the Class list to limit the report to results from a specific class. Expand the Campus list to limit the report to results for a specific campus. Expand the Textbook list to limit the report to a specific textbook. Expand the Project list to limit the report to a specific project. Expand the SLO Type list to limit the report to a specific SLO type. Expand the Attempt list to limit the report to a specific attempt.

If you would like to group all sections of a class together into the same report, click the Yes or No radio button by the Group All Sections of Selected Class option. By default the report query will include all results; however, you can also specify a Date Range. Save and view the report by clicking the Next button.

3. πŸ“ Edit report

If you did not set any filters when creating the report, you can add them by clicking the Edit button opening the Report Options window.

4. πŸ“‹ Report options

The Report Options window offers the same options when you first create the report. Click the Save button to save any changes.

Academic Integrity Violation Report

When students download a project start file from SIMnet, encrypted codes are inserted into the file. The encrypted codes identify the student, project, and project attempt. The encrypted codes are inserted into multiple places in the file, including a special β€œglobal” section and within specific elements of documents, spreadsheets, and presentations such as paragraphs, table cells, presentation slides, and style elements. When a student submits a project for grading, SIMnet reviews the encrypted codes that were found in the file.

A file can be flagged for the following reasons:

  • If the global encrypted code does not belong to the student who submitted the file, this indicates that the student uploaded a file that began as a start file for another student.

  • If a student copied and pasted elements from another student’s file into their own start file, and the copied elements contain another student’s encrypted information.

There are several ways to access Academic Integrity Violation Reports, from the Student Report, Project Report or the Gradebook.

1. πŸ›‘ Integrity violation

2. 🚫 Suppress violation

You may elect to Suppress an Integrity Violation. Clicking the Suppress button in the Academic Integrity Violation Report causes the Integrity Violation icon in the Submissions section to become gray and the Integrity Violation icon in the gradebook to be removed. Suppressed integrity violations can be flagged again at any time by viewing the violation report and clicking the Flag button.

Once you are done viewing the report, click the Close button to return to the previous report.

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