Here are ten common questions that our campus advisors can get answered with Cal Answers Student Data Dashboards. Each question includes a direct link to the filtered Cal Answers dashboard report that displays the data table for the answer. When you click the link if you are not currently logged in to Cal Answers, you will first be directed to the sign in page.
The Cal Answers team in partnership with the Office of Planning and Analysis (OPA) has put together a list of Top 10 Questions for Advisors. You can click on the question here and you will be taken directly to the Cal Answers dashboard filtered and formatted to display the answer. Cal Answers credentials will be required if you are not already logged in.
Below you will find the Cal Answers That! Top Ten Questions for Advisors. We have linked each question to a Cal Answers dashboard containing information that will help answer the question. If you are not currently logged in to Cal Answers, you will be asked to log in first.
Do you currently use Cal Answers Student Data to answer questions on course enrollments, teaching activity, student credit hours, numbers of degrees earned and retention rates?
If so, come out to the Cal Answers Student Data Community of Practice on Wednesday, September 13, 2017. Join your data enthusiast peers, thought leaders, and student data subject matter experts as we discuss answers to your campus student data questions.
The CoP meets on the second Wednesday of each month with our next session on: Wednesday,...
Yes, from the Student Demographics and Outcomes subject area navigate to the Graduation, Retention & Time to Degree dashboard and choose either the UG Retention or UG Retention by Multiple Fields tab to pull the latest retention rates (1-yr, 2-yr, 3-yr, etc.) for freshmen and transfers who entered in the College of Chemistry.
This week two new terms of student data are now available in Cal Answers:
Degrees Earned Fall 2016 - Find out the headcounts of degree recipients or the degrees awarded counts prorated for double/triple majors for Fall 2016. You can view this data by degree level (Bachelor, Masters/Professional, Doctoral) and campus unit. We are now able to load Fall and Spring data separately vs the Annual load we have done in the past.
When working with student information from Cal Answers (whether online, files saved to your computer, or printed information), you are required to follow the guidelines established by the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the California Information Practices Act (IPA), and the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA) to protect restricted student information. You must...
Do you have a favorite dashboard tab view in Cal Answers that you keep re-creating by filtering and managing the data table? Cal Answers Saved Customizations provide an efficient option for saving that favorite view so you can easily display without having to filter and arrange your data table. Once you create and save your customized view you can apply as need, edit, share with your colleagues and even set it as the default or opening view of the tab,