If it's good enough for Google, it's good enough for us. Now any Shmoop Classrooms licensee can see their students' progress (or lack thereof) in the form of happy little pie charts and line graphs.
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Have they been taking drills or practice exams?
Are they scheming to TP the homepage for their senior prank?
If only there was some magical tool that could track and display such information…
…something like Google Analytics, but for Shmoop…
Looks like we wished on the right star! Introducing: Shmoop Analytics.
When you buy a license from us…
…you get access to our test prep and teacher passes.
If you’re purchasing for your school…
…it’s the teachers who register under your license who can create Classrooms.
And whoever has access to Classrooms…
…can run Analytics to get a clearer picture of… what in Shmoop is happening.
Are your students using SAT more than AP US History?
How many students have registered and where do they go to school?
What percentage of students are actually sophisticated bots, designed to perform a hostile takeover
of the server? With Shmoop Analytics, you can see all levels
…at the license level, school level and classroom level.
If the idea of staring slack-jawed at numbers in a spreadsheet bores you to tears…
…don’t worry - Shmoop has pretty pie charts, bar graphs and more…
…to keep your restless brain… stimulated. Just choose a metric, select a date range,
The information you desire is right there at your fingertips.
Or, if you’re more of a masher, right there at your elbows.
Go ahead - give Shmoop Analytics a try…
…and see your entire cyberclass come into focus.
Go ahead. Analyze this.
Blurb: If it’s good enough for Google, it’s good
enough for us. Now any Shmoop Classrooms licensee can see their students’ progress (or lack
thereof) in the form of happy little pie charts and line graphs.