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Tutor.com for Teachers & Administrators Episode 6: The Individual Student Sessions Report [Video]

Tutor.com for Teachers & Administrators Episode 6: The Individual Student Sessions Report

If you have viewed the other videos in this series then you are familiar with the Client Portal dashboard, Program Snapshot Report, and Student Usage Report. This video will provide you with an overview of the most detailed report available to you. Want to see how many sessions your campus has had? Want to see topic, subject, grade level, session length, when exactly the session took place, and even view the session transcript itself? Then the Individual Student Sessions Report is the report you’ll want to run!

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