Online Reporting System (ORS)

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Online Reporting System
Florida Standards Assessments
FSA Regional Trainings
Updated 02/06/15
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What is the Online Reporting System?
• Online Reporting System
(ORS) is the gateway to
viewing student results from
computer- and paper-based
testing.
• ORS also includes a tool to
view participation data for
computer-based tests.
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Objectives of This Presentation
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Understanding the organization of ORS
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Learning to navigate the system and access data
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Using Interactive Reports and Reports & Files features
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Accessing help and support
User Roles and Report Access
• All ORS users must be assigned a user role in TIDE.
• Each user has drill-down access when viewing score
results.
 School Administrators see the students in their
school.
 District Assessment Coordinators see the district,
schools in that district, and the students in each
school in that district.
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Interactive Reports
Interactive Reports
Subject Detail Page
Reporting Category
Detail Page
Student Listing Page
Individual Student
Report Page
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Reports & Files
Reports & Files
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Participation Report
Test Completion Rates
Retrieve Student
Results
Retrieve Aggregate
Results
Navigating Online Reports
• Users can navigate throughout ORS by using the
Navigation Tool.
• The Navigation Tool is present wherever you see a
magnifying glass.
• The tool provides access to two dimensions of data:
 Who: Which entities do you want to access (e.g.,
students, schools)?
 What: What level of the content area is being
investigated (e.g., Mathematics, reporting
categories)?
• You can move up and down any one of these dimensions
with the Navigation Tool.
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Navigation Tool
Who
What
Click to move to
a higher level of
a dimension
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Click to drill
down to details
of a dimension
Navigation Tool
State
District
Subject
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School
Reporting
Categories
Student
Key Features
• ORS shares its password with other secure sites that
require a login (TIDE, Test Administrator Interface, etc.).
• Score reports available after testing:
 Student-level data
 Aggregate data (state, district, school)
• ORS allows users to download data files (e.g., DSR,
SAR/DAR files) and static reports (e.g., State Report of
Districts, District Report of Schools).
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Logging in to ORS
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Access the FSA portal at
www.FSAssessments.org.
Select the appropriate
role.
Click the Online
Reporting System (ORS)
icon to be directed to the
System Login page.
Enter your username
(email address) and
password.
Click Log In.
Welcome Page
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Home Page
Click any data
element for a
particular
grade and
subject to
view more
data.
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Subject Detail Page
The titles describe the
page and table in
detail.
The table
shows data for
the user’s
access level
(in this case,
Demo
District).
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Exploring Subject-Level Data
The data can be
disaggregated by
Enrolled Grade.
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Exploring the Data: Using the Navigation Tool
Click the
magnifying
glass to
explore the
data.
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Navigating the “Who” Dimension
Click the
magnifying
glass.
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Click [View
STUDENT]
to go to the
Student
Listing
page.
Student Listing Page
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Batch Printing Individual Student Reports (ISRs)
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Navigating the “Who” Dimension
Click the
magnifying
glass.
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Click [View
STUDENT]
to go to the
ISR page.
Individual Student Report (ISR)
This table shows
the student’s test
performance.
This table shows
the comparison
scores.
This table shows
the student’s
performance in
each reporting
category.
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Navigating the “What” Dimension
Click the
magnifying
glass.
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Click [View
Reporting
Categories]
to go to the
Reporting
Category
Detail page.
Reporting Category Detail Page
Data are
presented for
each reporting
category.
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Reports & Files
Use the drop-down menu to choose
the function you would like to use.
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Reports & Files: Participation Report
Choose What and Who to
include in report, then
filter with specific
information about
student’s participation.
Display onscreen or
export to Excel.
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Using the Participation Report
Common examples of Participation Report cases:
• Which students have not yet tested?
• Which students have started but not yet completed their
test?
• Which students have paused tests?
• Did all students in a test session complete their tests?
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Reports & Files: Participation Report
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Reports & Files: Test Completion Rates
Select reports by schools or district to see
the number of tests started/completed.
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Reports & Files: Retrieve Student Results
Choose What and Who to include in data file.
Choose a file format.
Click Download File.
Download
completed
data file.
Data file has score report data across subject. File is available for 30 days. User is alerted
by email when the file is ready.
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Reports & Files: Retrieve Aggregate Results
Choose the specific
report you would like to
download and what you
would like to view (test,
administration, and
grade).
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Things to Remember
• The magnifying glass icon indicates what data can
be further explored.
• All tables can be printed and exported.
• The Help (User Guide) button is available for every page.
• Inbox is used to download DSR, SAR/DAR, and similarity
results files, as well as any static reports.
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Paper Score Reports
• Students who participate in a computer- or paper-based
assessment will receive a paper Score Report.
• Paper Reports will be sent to districts.
• Schools will distribute the reports to students.
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Online Reporting System Resources
• ORS User Guide
• ORS Webinar (February)
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Contact Us
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FSA Portal:
www.FSAssessments.org
Email:
[email protected]
Toll-Free Phone:
1-866-815-7246
Hours:
7:00 a.m.–8:30 p.m. (ET)
Monday–Friday (except
holidays)

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