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Administering Connecting Steps and Evisense Training Webinar

Our webinar this month was focused in on how to administer Connecting Steps, Evisense and My B Squared effectively, whether you are setting up from the beginning or providing on going administration. It's important to understand what all the options are within the systems and how they can be configured correctly to ensure you are using the system to suit your setting. 

I also went through some of our most common support questions we field on the help desk and advised how administrators can help ensure that users do not fall into some of the most common problems, and how they can mitigate problems early on before they become too serious. This includes doing checks on data to look for anomalies and investigating and rectifying the cause of these issues.

 


 


Administering Connecting Steps and Evisense Training Webinar

This is the first webinar on administering Connecting Steps and Evisense. A little while ago, we made a decision to split our training webinars into smaller, more focused ones that allowed us to cover in-depth specific parts of the system, rather than lightly covering the entire system. As it stands, we have never really shown much love to the administrators and the parts of the system they have to deal with on a regular basis. We wanted to change that by delivering a focused webinar on all of the administration tools available to help administrators set up and maintain our systems efficiently. The meeting covers a range of topics such as adding users, students and maintaining those on a regular basis. I also covered all of the settings in both My B Squared and Connecting Steps, and how these affect each system.

 

If you are an administrator and want to find out more about how to properly administer our systems, then please take a look.


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