Infinite Campus Updates and Tips
Buttons not working? Features missing from a page? This isn't solely a Campus phenomenon. Whenever a vendor updates a web application, cached copies of resources in our browsers sometimes fail to play nice. The solution: clearing browser cache. It's simple, quick and amazing how many issues it immediately resolves. https://goo.gl/QWd4qZ (Chrome on a Mac, pictured).
Campus Instruction received an update overnight and there is a new feature that we want to draw your attention to today. While there are many requests for specific changes, Infinite Campus is always looking to improve their product the best they can for the needs of all stakeholders. This latest update includes an improved function of filtering and sorting assignments, as well as, filtering students.
One request that teachers have had is that they wanted to be able to see the in-progress grade change as they entered the scores of an assignment. The latest update provides a filter button that will allow the teacher to select just one assignment to be visible. This will allow the teacher to see the grade change as scores are entered.
Another feature that has been added is the ability to select the number of assignments shown on the screen. You can now select 5, 10, 25, 50, 75, 100, or 150 assignments to be shown at one time. This will give you multiple pages of assignments, but will be less side-scrolling.
CLICK HERE to view How to use the Assignment Filter.
Thanks and looking forward to more updates in the future.
Quickly retrieve a student's schedule, attendance, grades and behavior information in single ad hoc letter. See how...
While teachers currently have a way in Campus to view behavior referral follow up information, ETS has now made it easier with a Discipline Review report accessible through the ad hoc Letters tab when viewing a student's general record. The report includes all behavior events for the student, actions and dates for the current year and school. Please note: the absence of entries does not always indicate that no action has been taken and direct follow up with an assistant principal is recommended when questions remain. Please see brief one-page instructions for more information. Many thanks to Robert Wilson who created and shared the ad hoc letter.