Mobile Data Collection
Conduct intercept, pulse, or point-of-service assessments using Apple mobile devices.
Online Data Collection
Collect assessment data using robust online survey tools with advanced capabilities.
Create rubrics for more direct measures of student learning, success, and achievement.
Campus Labs Baseline provides the means to collect assessment data through innovative and emerging technologies.
Included with Baseline is the Campus Labs Student Response System. This system was designed to help faculty capture classroom data that can contribute to formative assessment efforts for both students (learning) and instructors (teaching) alike. This Apple iPhone and Android-compatible system can be used for polls, feedback, quizzes, pre/post assessments, attendance tasking, social norming exercises, and more.
The Baseline rubrics tool allows campuses to create rubrics from scratch or to utilize rubrics from a library of templates. Rubrics are available in a print-friendly format, or rubrics can be administered via a web link. Whether collected via mobile devices, online surveys, or rubrics, all assessment data is available in real-time via the Baseline reporting site.
If you have access to the internet, Baseline data collection tools are mobile responsive and will adapt to display on handheld devices. If you need to collect data without use of the internet, Baseline also provides Apple iPod Touch and iPhone platforms for both online and offline mobile data collection.
The online data collection tools provide all the basic survey functionality such as open- and closed-ended questions, drop-down menus, and question matrixes. More advanced features in the Campus Labs online application include the ability to:
- Program complex skip patterns and create a customized survey experience for each respondent based on how they answer an assessment question.
- Facilitate follow-up assessments to groups of respondents or panels that meet certain criteria or have specific characteristics
- Generate dynamic content or resource pages for each respondent based on “trigger” questions in the assessment
“Campus Labs is an integral part of our assessment strategy that empowers our staff to make better decisions, document student development, and quickly react to student needs.”
Jill Carnaghi Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student LifeWashington University in St. Louis, MO