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ALEKS adds custom reporting to assessment and learning system

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ALEKS Corporation has announced the addition of a new Custom Reporting feature to its online courses.  This new feature will allow K-12, college, and university instructors and administrators to tap into ALEKS data to develop customized Excel reports at the district, school, instructor, class, or multi-class level.

ALEKS is a web-based, artificially intelligent assessment and learning system that uses adaptive questioning to determine what students know and don’t know in a course. ALEKS then instructs individual students on the topics they are most ready to learn.

With ALEKS Custom Reporting, instructors and administrators can generate data and schedule reports to run at desired intervals. Instructors who teach multiple sections of a course can now run reports that allow them to view mastery per student across all sections.

To learn more, visit www.aleks.com/video/how_aleks_works. A free trial of ALEKS courses is available to teachers and administrators at www.aleks.com/free_trial/instructor

 

 

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