Report Types

SIMnet report types.

SIMnet Report Types

SIMnet offers a number of basic types of reports. To create any of these types of reports, navigate to the Reports section and click the Create link. Some of the common details of a report are the Title, Type of Report, the Class associated with the report, and the Campus on which that class is taught.

Every report must have a unique Title to distinguish it from other reports that have been made in the same class or that have the same type. The Type of report determines what filters and further details you can include in the report. Selecting a Class will narrow down the report to a specific list of students and assignments. If the same class is taught on multiple campuses, you can specify for which Campus you would like to make the report.

Account Overview Report

An Account Overview report displays an overview of instructors, classes and campuses. Only an Account Administrator can create an Account Overview report.

Class Overview Report

A Class Overview report queries all the lesson and exam results for a specific class. These reports are saved in the Reports list automatically. For information about Class Overview Reports, view the ๐Ÿ‘‰ Class Overview Report page.

Lesson Report

A Lesson report queries all results for a specific lesson. Fill out the Title, Type, Class, and Campus as appropriate to the Lesson report you want to create. The drop-down list displays all available lessons for the specified class and campus. You can click the Group All Sections of Selected Class radio buttons to include all students in all class sections in the report. You can also specify a date range to view lessons that were available between specific start and end dates.

Lesson Task Analysis Report

A Lesson Task Analysis report queries the number of times a task was taken and how many times it was completed. Fill out the Title, Type, Class, and Campus as appropriate to the Lesson report you want to create. The drop-down list displays all available lessons for the specified class and campus. You can click the Group All Sections of Selected Class radio buttons to include all students in all class sections in the report. You can also specify a date range to view lesson tasks that were available between specific start and end dates.

MCAS Objective Analysis (Historical) Report

An MCAS Objective Analysis (Historical) report queries the number of times the MCAS objectives have been answered correctly, incorrectly, and the total for the first, second and all question attempts for the lifetime of the SIMnet account. Fill out the Title and Type as appropriate to the MCAS Objective Analysis report you want to create. You can select which SIMnet module objectives to include in the report, such as SIMnet 2019 - PowerPoint Lessons. The objectives are listed in the order in which they appear in the SIMbook and chapter associated with the objectives. You can also specify a date range to view SIMbook objectives that were available between specific start and end dates.

Project Report

A Project report queries all results for a specific project. Fill out the Title, Type, Class, and Campus as appropriate to the Project report you want to create. You will be able to select a textbook from the drop-down list based on which textbooks are available for your campus and class. Projects are specific to textbooks, so this drop-down list of available projects will be narrowed down to the textbook that you have selected. The Status of the project can also be specified to narrow the results of the report. The status, as seen above, will one of the following options: Error, Graded, Graded with Mismatch (Integrity Violation), Grading, Saved, Started, Submitted, Time Expired, or all of the above. You can click the Group All Sections of Selected Class radio buttons to include all students in all class sections in the report. You can also specify a date range to view projects that were available between specific start and end dates.

Project Objective Analysis Report

Fill out the Title, Type, Class, and Campus as appropriate to the Project Objective report you want to create. You will be able to select a textbook from the drop-down list based on which textbooks are available for your campus and class. Projects are specific to textbooks, so this drop-down list of available projects will be narrowed down to the textbook that you have selected. The SLO Type is directly linked to the class and content offered on your campus, and is specific to the textbooks. You can select the SLOs from which you would like create the report. You can select all attempts or specify between the first and best attempt that was made for the project. You can click the Group All Sections of Selected Class radio buttons to include all students in all class sections in the report. You can also specify a date range to view Project Objectives that were available between specific start and end dates.

Project Objective Analysis Per Student

This report displays studentโ€™s percent score on each Student Learning Objective (SLO) from each time that objective has been scored in a project across as many projects as the instructor chooses.

For Example, you may want to know how well students did on the SLO IP19-WD-02.1, Format a document by customizing margins, page orientation, paper size, vertical alignment, and page movement across the project assignments in your course. The Project Objective Analysis Report per Student report provides this information.

In the report result, each SLO in each project you select for your report will be displayed in its own column. Each student in each course you select for your report will be displayed in their own row. The percent score represents the total number of times that the student got the question right out of the total number of times that SLO was used in any project that was used to generate the report.

To learn more about Student Learning Objectives read the SIMbook Series page.

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SIMbook Report

A SIMbook report queries all results for a specific SIMbook. Fill out the Title, Type, Class, and Campus as appropriate to the SIMbook report you want to create. Select a SIMbook from the drop-down list to narrow the results of the report, as well as the Chapter from which you would to create the report. You can click the Group All Sections of Selected Class radio buttons to include all students in all class sections in the report. You can also specify a date range to view SIMbooks that were available between specific start and end dates.

SIMpath Exam Question Analysis Report

Fill out the Title, Type, Class, and Campus as appropriate to the SIMpath Exam Question Analysis report you want to create. The SIMpath drop-down list will display SIMpaths available to the class and campus, that have had exams made from their contents. You can click the Group All Sections of Selected Class radio buttons to include all students in all class sections in the report. You can also specify a date range to view SIMpath Exam Questions that were available between specific start and end dates.

SLO Report by Objective

Fill out the Title, Type, Class, and Campus as appropriate to the SLO Report by Objective report you want to create. Select the Exam from which you would like to create the SLO report, and specify the status of the exam: in progress, saved, completed, or all. The SLO type is specific to the textbook of the class from which you are creating the report. Some of the options will be MOS, Skills Approach, and In Practice. You can click the Group All Sections of Selected Class radio buttons to include all students in all class sections in the report. You can also specify a date range to view SLO Objectives that were available between specific start and end dates.

SLO Report by Question

Fill out the Title, Type, Class, and Campus as appropriate to the SLO Report by Question report you want to create. Select the Exam from which you would like to create the SLO report, and specify the status of the exam: in progress, saved, completed, or all. The SLO type is specific to the textbook of the class from which you are creating the report. Some of the options will be MOS, Skills Approach, and In Practice. You can click the Group All Sections of Selected Class radio buttons to include all students in all class sections in the report. You can also specify a date range to view SLO Questions that were available between specific start and end dates.

SIMnet Exam Report

A SIMnet Exam report queries all results for a specific exam. Fill out the Title, Type, Class, and Campus as appropriate to the SimNet report you want to create. Select the exam from which you would like to create the Exam report, and specify the status of the exam: in progress, saved, completed, or all. You can click the Group All Sections of Selected Class radio buttons to include all students in all class sections in the report. You can also specify a date range to view SimNet Exams that were available between specific start and end dates.

SimNet Exam Question Analysis Report

A SIMnet Exam Question Analysis report queries the number of times an exam was taken and how many times it was completed, or queries the number of times a question was answered incorrectly, correctly, and the total number of attempts. Fill out the Title, Type, Class, and Campus as appropriate to the SimNet Exam Question Analysis report you want to create. Select the exam from which you would like to create the report. You can click the Group All Sections of Selected Class radio buttons to include all students in all class sections in the report. You can also specify a date range to view SimNet Exam Questions that were available between specific start and end dates.

SimNet Question Analysis (Historical) Report

A SIMnet Question Analysis (Historical) report queries the number of times a SIMnet question has been answered correctly, incorrectly, and the total for the first, second, and all question attempts for the lifetime of the SIMnet account. Fill out the Title and Type as appropriate to the SimNet Question Analysis (Historical) report you want to create. You can select which SIMnet exam module to include in the report, such as SIMnet 2019 - PowerPoint Exams - Scenario A. You can also specify a date range to view SimNet Questions that were available between specific start and end dates.

SIMpath Report

A SIMpath report queries all results for a specific SimPath. Fill out the Title, Type, Class, and Campus as appropriate to the SimPath report you want to create. The drop-down list displays all available SimPaths for the specified class and campus. You can specify which SimPath status you would like to be displayed in the report from the following options: Pre-Test, Lesson, Post-Test, Path Complete, or all. You can click the Group All Sections of Selected Class radio buttons to include all students in all class sections in the report. You can also specify a date range to view lessons that were available between specific start and end dates.

Student Overview Report

A Student Overview report queries all the lesson and exam results for a specific student. These reports are saved in the Reports list automatically. Select the student for whom you would like to create a report. For information about Student Overview Reports, view the ๐Ÿ‘‰ Student Reports page.

Test Bank Exam Report

A Test Bank Exam report queries all results for a specific test bank. Fill out the Title, Type, Class, and Campus as appropriate to the Test Bank Exam report you want to create. Select the exam from which you would like to create the Exam report, and specify the status of the exam: in progress, saved, completed, or all. You can click the Group All Sections of Selected Class radio buttons to include all students in all class sections in the report. You can also specify a date range to view Test Bank Exams that were available between specific start and end dates.

Test Bank Exam Question Analysis

A Test Bank Exam Question Analysis report queries the number of times a test bank exam was taken and how many times it was completed, or queries the number of times a question was answered incorrectly, correctly, and the total number of attempts. Fill out the Title, Type, Class, and Campus as appropriate to the {} report you want to create. Select the exam from which you would like to create the Exam report. You can click the Group All Sections of Selected Class radio buttons to include all students in all class sections in the report. You can also specify a date range to view Test Bank Exam Questions that were available between specific start and end dates.

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