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The Assessment Report tracks activity, the artifacts turned, and whether the Assessment has been assessed for all Assessment Huddles.

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Written by Jeff Ritter
Updated over a week ago

The Assessment Report will let you build customizable reports for all Assessment Huddles in your account. This report is similar in format to the data Assessors see in Assessment Huddles, and allows you to create custom report configurations. The Assessment Report displays data for all Assessment Huddles in the account, making it easier to see data in a single place for all the Huddles in your program, without having to navigate from Huddle to Huddle.

Who is this article for?

Based on the default user settings in the Sibme platform, you should have permission to complete this task if you are one of the user levels listed below. If you do not see the screens in this article, you can ask your Sibme account administrator if you have permission.

  • Admin (only for Assessment Huddles where they are an Assessor)

  • Super Admin

  • Account Owner

Steps to accomplish the task:

You will only see the Assessment Report if you have enabled Assessment Huddles in your account. Assessment Huddles can be turned on in Account Settings > General Settings.

The Assessment Report will display customizable data reports for all Assessment Huddles in your account. Super Admins and Account Owners can see data for Assessment Huddles by default. Admins can only see data for Assessment Huddles where they are an Assessor by default.

Accessing the Assessment Report

The Assessment report can be accessed three ways on the web version of Sibme:

1. By clicking “Huddle Tracker & Reporting” on the Home Screen.

2. By Clicking “Assessment Report” from inside any Assessment Huddle.

3. By clicking “Huddle Tracker & Reporting” on the analytics dashboard.

Data displayed in the Assessment Report

When you first click on the Assessment Report, you will see all Assessment Huddles that were created within the time range specified at the top of the screen.

To view more data about a specific Huddle, click the expand button for that Huddle.

This will open a view that shows the information created when the Assessment Huddle was published, including any instructions, the Assessors in the Huddle, the required submissions, published date, and submission deadline. Below that information will be a table with all Assessees in the Huddle. The default view for this table displays the following information:

  • Last Modified

  • Last Submission

  • Videos Uploaded to Huddles

  • Huddle Resources Uploaded

  • Huddle Video Comments

  • Assessed (this indicates whether every video for a candidate has had comments made on it by an assessor)

If you wish to change the data listed in this table, you can click on the gear at the top of the screen next to the Update button to change the report configuration.

To see more information about an individual Assessee, simply click on one of the data points in the table. If you have permission to view the video or resource added, you will be able to access it directly from the report. You can also click on the detail view to see more information.

Viewing Framework and Performance Level Data

If you wish to view Framework and Performance Level data in this report, you can change the report configuration by clicking on the gear next to the green update button and selecting the second default report, “Default Report Configuration 2: “Assessment Huddle Data with Tags and PLs”. You can also create your own custom configuration and add Frameworks and Performance Level to that configuration. You’ll then need to select a framework from the framework dropdown box.

The Assessment Report is a great way to see all of your assessees and their submissions in one place. Program managers can use this to make sure that assessees are getting feedback on time from assessors. You can also export assessment reports for accreditation and program compliance.

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