Sit in on live-demonstrations and guided work sessions of Level Data State Data Validation and RealTime Reports. We're hosting these sessions live so you can see the services working first-hand and ask questions of our resident experts and veteran district data-pros.
Every Tuesday at 11:00 AM ET
Once data in PowerSchool has been cleaned up using SDVS, it’s ready for prime-time. We’ll be covering RealTime Reports, a solution that transforms raw data into actionable information. School staff, such as administrators, principals, counselors and attendance officers don’t need to be PowerSchool experts to use this platform - even novice users can successfully navigate through reports in under 30-seconds. Join us to see the power of visualized, exportable data.
Every Tuesday at 2:00 PM ET
Featuring an in-depth look at three tools that scour records one student at a time - RealTime Field Validation, Address Validation and Bookmarking. As a bonus, we’ll showcase State Data Validation, one of Level Data’s most popular services. SDVS actively identifies errors in state reporting records for an entire school district and helps users to quickly make corrections prior to submission.
Every Thursday at 11:00 AM ET
Questions are inevitable, but users don’t have to suffer in silence. This is an opportunity for SDVS users to ask questions, discover best practices and learn new methods to clean up contact records in PowerSchool. Workflow discussions and an informational Q&A format help to outline a streamlined path to identify missing data and locate matching records in the unlimited contacts reference tables.
Every Thursday at 2:00 PM ET
Members of the Validation Services team will provide tried-and-true insights and methods to approach issues commonly encountered at the district level during this live-streamed event. Attendees are encouraged to ask questions about existing reports and features of RealTime Reports. Each session will feature the opportunity to request customizations to existing reports, provide feedback or ask questions related to the development of new modules.