Using the Mark Books module you can store all class test information in a clear, concise spreadsheet – assigned by individual teacher or by subject or department head.

Highly flexible and simple to use, Mark Books uses a drop-down list and columns to store and manage numeric marks and grade sets. You can lock columns and data and also use it to calculate marks and grades over specific time periods, such as terms or academic years. You can also assign sets so students can be automatically entered, and use filters to create specific views of the data and highlight under- or overachieving pupils.

 

Mark Books data can also be exported to a synchronised reports system, so all new data is automatically updated whenever you add any information, and it’s also compatible with Excel.

Features overview

Individual or Global

Assign a mark book to an individual teacher or at a global level by subject or department heads.

Multiple Column Types

Include numeric data, grade set from dropdown list selection, custom values, calculated columns and data from other mark books.

Auto Set Changes

Assign sets to global mark books so that students can be entered automatically.

Powerful Filters

Use filters to create specific views of the data and highlight under- and overachieving pupils.

Reports Push & Sync

Export mark book data to the reports system on individual teachers or at a global level. A report synchronisation feature allows data to be automatically pushed to the reports system when a mark book is updated.

Excel Outputs & Inbuilt Reports

Export mark book data to Excel and assign data to custom reporting services reports.

Publish Results

Publish mark book results directly to the Student and Parent Portals.

Markbooks is another module our staff members love, especially compared to what we had previously, as they can now draw data directly from it and even completely automate online assessments – so it’s a real time-saver.

Aloha College Marbella, Spain