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Academy: Reporting and Analytics Training

Help Center: Reporting | Analytics: Using Saved Reports | Analytics: Creating a New Custom Report

Handshake User Conference 2018: Storytelling with Data - Babson | Advanced Data and Analytics | Alumni & Employer Relations Reporting - Sara Johnson


Analytics in Handshake

Best Practices

When working with Handshake Analytics, it's important to consider the overarching goals of Syracuse University (re: DEIA Strategic Plan) and then your departmental goals and expectations. Each report should include and begin with the overarching demographic data points needed to meet the DEIA Strategic Plan expectations on reporting and program assessment.

To accomplish this, from Handshake Analytics:

  1. Student
    1. + Email - Institution
    2. + Ethnicity
    3. + Gender
  2. Student Work Authorization
    1. + Name
  3. All other fields are at your discretion, however, at a minimum, best practices would follow the above with:
    1. Student College (at Appt. Time)
      1. + Name
    2. Student Majors (at Appt. Time)
      1. +Name
    3. Student School Year (at. Appt. Time)
      1. +Name

Analyzing your Report

Visit Career Services Hub to learn more about LinkedIn Learning opportunities to build on your reporting skills.

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See above video for:

  • Navigating Analytics
    • Reports
    • Schedules
    • Show Favorites Only
  • Create Report
    • Visible to You versus Visible to Syracuse University
    • Copying and Saving Reports
    • Navigating Analytics
    • Foundational Metrics
    • Leveraging Labels and Filters
  • Downloading your Report
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