Presentation on theme: "EventMarker The EventMarker system is designed to integrate seamlessly with your MIS database - recording and merging collected data directly."— Presentation transcript:
EventMarker The EventMarker system is designed to integrate seamlessly with your MIS database - recording and merging collected data directly into Attendance Grid. Improving Attendance | Improving Outcomes
Student Retention in Your Hands Helped to increase student retention by up to 5% over a 2 year period Sir George Monoux College, London Saving up to 10 minutes learning time per lesson Bromley College of Further & Higher Education, Bromley No more missing registers, finally embracing modern technology Stoke Sixth Form College, Stoke-on-Trent
Enhanced Funding Prospects EventMarker provides accurate evidence and information regarding learners’ activity in compliance with the SFA Funding Rules, to help retain students and improve funding eligibility
Automated Attendance Recording EventMarker: A straightforward solution where student self-registration takes a few seconds. Real-time collection of lesson attendance data which dynamically downloads directly into your existing MIS database. Allows lecturers to focus on teaching.
Dynamic Display of Attendance: A register with photographic images of the students expected for a class is displayed on screen changing from grey to full colour as they arrive and swipe in
Ad hoc Registers EventMarker is ideal for registering attendance at non-timetabled events such as student forums, staff CPD, field trips, lunch time and after school classes and enrichment events
Real-time/Instant Reports EventMarker facilitates 100% accurate attendance information and creates reports from real-time events.
Smart teacher features If a student forgets their card or mis-uses another student’s card, the present lecturer can manually override marks to issue correct mark. Teachers can access registers, timetables and attendance marks and produce reports. Staff Room Mode Smart Override Reports A multitude of reports are available, showing recorded attendance data, history and statistics. Access to reports can be restricted to senior staff or to certain departments, such as Student Services and Registry for example.
Extra features Timetable Display Staff can view both staff and students' timetables (given the appropriate rights). Even from within a live register the tutor can see a student's previous attendance history. This can be a very helpful pastoral tool in spotting poor attendance. If problems are identified early on they can be dealt with much more effectively. Security The system is usually configured to log out quickly if there is no activity taking place. The lecturer can also lock the register using their card. This is to prevent students tampering.