There are 3 roles available for an institution's staff members on Literably. These roles can be set in the roster files uploaded to Literably. You can also create these roles via Clever (more information here) or ClassLink.
- School administrator (admin)
- District administrator (admin)
The below table outlines the differences between the different user roles on Literably.
User Actions (Click links below)
|Download data exports for their class||Yes||
|Download data exports for their school||Yes||N/A|
|Download data exports for their district||
|Click on and view other users' dashboards -- including the comprehension tracker||Yes||Yes|
|Add students from another user's dashboard to their own||Yes||Yes|
|Download completion reports for their school||Yes||N/A|
|Download completion reports for their district||Yes|
|Set up assessment windows for their district||Yes|
|Assign/unassign school admin status to users||Yes|
A user's role determines the data she can export:
- Instructions on downloading a data export
- Interpreting the data export and Literably term definitions
An admin can also zoom into the class dashboards of individual teachers by clicking on the links to those teachers' names at the bottom of their dashboard (see blue arrow on the screenshot at the bottom of this article). When viewing a teacher's dashboard, admins can click on the purple waffle icon to view comprehension data for that class.
District/school administrators can also copy students to their own class list for monitoring. To do this, zoom in to a teacher's dashboard, check the checkboxes of the students to add, and click Add to Your Students at the top:
District admin can elevate a teacher to a school admin by clicking on the "Set as Admin" link next to that teacher's name (see screenshot below). Please note that we would recommend for school admins to be set up primarily using your district or school's primary rostering method (e.g., Clever, OneRoster/Classlink, or manual CSV uploads); however, the method below is an alternate way of manually creating school admins. School admins created in this way will have their admin status copied over into the new school year, so it may be necessary for district admins to review their dashboard periodically and unassign school admins if those individuals no longer need admin privileges.
District Admin Dashboard