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New Tutoring Assessment Tool

We are glad to announce the addition of a new tool for Accudemia users.  Now tutors can evaluate the tutoring sessions by completing a questionnaire.

To use this feature, click on Tutoring Assessment Forms in the menu and click on Create New.  Build the form to ask the questions you consider important.  You can even create different questionnaires for different centers; select “Center: All” to be used as a default for all centers, select a specific center to be used only there.  Note that you need admin permissions to complete this first step.

That’s all the configuration you need.  Now you can access the form from the Session Logs screen or from the Intake System.  In the first you have a button on the toolbar to complete the questionnaire, in the latter you can access this feature when signing-out a student.

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We also have added 2 reports:  Tutoring Assessments and Tutoring Assessments – Detailed.  Find them under Center Attendance –> Reports, in the menu.  With those reports you can view and export all the answers that tutors have entered for all the sessions.

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