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Data consolidation

Edsby can serve as a powerful, master repository of learning content and other structured information district-wide—a single place where everything having to do with student success can be collected, measured and re-used.

Consolidate information inside your district

Get information out of long-lost systems in your school district and into educator’s hands! Edsby consolidates and shares data locked away in the student information system (SIS), student management system (SMS), parent database, standardized test results and other stores. Use Edsby to assemble the whole picture of students’ learning journeys to monitor trends and performance. Edsby data supports longitudinal measurement of student success.

Deliver true learner data portability between schools when students transfer within a district.

Aggregate educational information at regional or national levels

Regional or national governments can use Edsby to consolidate education data from multiple school districts or boards. See the big picture of how an entire jurisdiction is performing. Assess the region’s progress against standards. Make data-driven decisions about attendance, enrollment, at-risk detection. Find areas for improvement and measure the impact of changes. Use consolidated data as the basis for powerful real-time analytics.

Most efforts at regional data consolidation are infrequent. Data warehouses may only receive monthly, or even annual, imports. Edsby can bring together data across a whole region much more regularly—even daily.

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Comprehensive logging

Edsby carefully logs all system activity. Detailed records are available as needed, in case forensic applications of Edsby data are required.

Access to archives

Access classes, assignments, tests, schedules, group content and more from previous years. Teachers can copy-and-paste when preparing for new classes.

Learning object repository (LOR)

Edsby can serve as the master repository of learning objects in a district, allowing teachers district-wide to easily collaborate on and share resources.

It's so easy to use and an extremely powerful tool!
Dan Mendelsohn Aviv, PhD, Jewish History / The Anne and Max Tanenbaum Community Hebrew Academy

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