Boise State students have the opportunity to master Pyramid Analytics

The training will be especially useful for individuals who have little to no experience in using the reporting tool.
The training will be especially useful for individuals who have little to no experience in using the reporting tool. | File photo

Boise State University will feature training for its Pyramid Analytics reporting tool that is designed to aid students in their daily operations and evaluations of long-term information.

The system will be taught in sessions of two hours with limited space for up to eight people per session. At the end of each session there will be 15 minutes reserved for questions. Due to the small session size, signing up before attending is highly recommended.

The training will be especially useful for individuals who have little to no experience in using the reporting tool. It will cover a number of areas, including the application of key concepts to data within the student's own work, choosing the ideal pyramid report for the answering of data questions, and the modification and editing phase of the report. Finally, attendees will learn how to share, export, print and save their reports for later use.

Individuals interested in the program must complete FERPA training prior to being granted access to the system. Students are reminded that supervisors are responsible for initiating the request, and that a week's notice is necessary for this to take place

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