Notes Before Starting
- This Help Center article includes information on what each column in the data export means.
- Click here to see a sample data export.
To export data in CSV format, click on the "Reports" tab at the top of your dashboard.
Under Data Export, click on the assessment type for which you would like to download data.
In the pop-up window that appears, enter the specifications for your export, and press "Export":
1. Use the "Format" dropdown to choose either One Row Per Assessment or One Row Per Student.
- "One Row Per Assessment" yields a full list of all graded assessments completed within the start and end date.
- "One Row Per Student" yields ONLY the most recent graded assessment for each unique student completed within the start and end date.
2. If your district has access to Spanish, you can filter your report by language.
3. Customize the Start and End Date for your data export using the date picker.
- The data export can pull data from the preceding 4 years (48 months).
- "Show district assessment windows" will display the assessment window start/end dates that have been set by your district administrators. These can be changed using these directions.
4. Use the "Scope" dropdown to select the scope of the export (district, school, or teacher).
- District admins can export at the district level, school, and teacher levels.
- School admins can export at the school and teacher levels.
- Teachers can export at the class level. The export will only contains results for students who are currently rostered under the teacher.
5. (Optional) you can check whether you'd like DRA levels to be included in your data export.
6. Opening/Viewing the CSV File.
You should receive an email with a link to download the data export as a CSV file (depending on the size of the file, this may take several hours):
To download the file, click the blue link (https://literably-data...) in your email, and the CSV file will be saved to your computer.
If Safari is your default browser, you can download the file by:
- Copying and pasting the link into a Chrome browser, or
- Right-clicking the link and selecting “Download Link File As…"
To open the file from your computer, right-click it and select “Open With,” then “Microsoft Excel”:
- During the summer, when teacher dashboards are reset in preparation for the next school year, district and school administrators can still download a data export containing student data from the previous school year(s).
- If a student has completed a graded assessment within the time frame of the data export being downloaded, the assessment(s) will appear on a district/school export even if the student is no longer enrolled/rostered.
If you would like to have school or district administrator access, please contact the person at your school or district who is responsible for your Literably implementation.