In preparation for the 2023-24 school year, Carnegie Learning will be removing all existing student and class data from our platform on July 7, 2023. If the planned cleanup date of July 7th is not suitable for your school/district, please use this form to reschedule your cleanup. The available dates are July 14th, July 28th, August 11th and August 25th.
All existing student and class data will be removed. Teacher accounts and most custom activities will be preserved. If you have custom data requests, please contact Customer Support.
The Online Learning Environment application is designed to manage students and classes within a single school year. This yearly maintenance addresses usability and privacy concerns that may result from accumulated student data.
We recommend that teachers complete the following so that you can save the data collected this school year.
Score any outstanding student work and export the Scores Report.
Download and save any files students have submitted through Custom tasks.
Navigate to student assignments with submissions.
You can locate submitted assignments on your Class Dashboard. You can look at assignments for an individual student, or all assignments for the class.
Score assignments. See these articles for specific instructions.
Export Scores Report for each class or for individual students.
You can generate a .csv file for the class view or an individual student view of the Scores Report. It will be based on any filters that you have chosen.
Click Export Data to download the file. You can then manipulate the data and save the spreadsheet, or print it out.
Be thoughtful when saving the file and include the class or student name and date(s), if desired.
See article for more information about the Scores Report.
Locate the assignment submission that you wish to save.
You can locate submitted and evaluated assignments on your Class Dashboard. You can look at assignments for an individual student, or all assignments for the class.
If the response was submitted text, you will need to do a screenshot or print the screen from your browser.
If the response was a url, you will need to click View Submission to be taken to the URL. Make a note of the URL or bookmark the URL in a folder you can access later.
If the response was a file, click View Submission to launch or download the file and save it in a folder you can access later. Depending on the type of file, it may launch in a browser window or automatically download.
Be thoughtful when saving the file or URL and include the assignment name, student name and date, if desired.
If there is other information that you wish to save, you will need to take a screenshot of it, or print the page from your browser.
If you have questions about any of this information, please contact Customer Support.