To get started, open the Align app to see the list of course seat and section recommendations by term and campus. These recommendations are a combination based on historical enrollment trends and Predict, depending on the blend configured in Settings.
Predict Demand Recommendations
Click on an individual course to dig in further! Notice that the "Recommendations" section includes a "Predict" column. You can now see the independent recommendations made based on historical trending and Predict.
Want to see the specific students driving the Predict demand recommendation? Click on the Students tab.
Here you’ll see the list of students that Predict sees as needing the course in question to continue to make progress on their Pathway. The list shows the student’s name and ID, with total credits applied to their Pathway, and the Pathway to which they’re associated.
Use the Find...option to find an individual student or narrow the list down to a specific Pathway. You can also use this option to find simulated students by typing in 'Simulated Student'.
The student list initially shows you the list of students with demand for the course/campus combination you selected. However, if you scroll down, you’ll see any additional campuses that have student demand for the course as well.
Student Pathway Progress
You can click on any individual student in the list to view their progress. The "Pathway Completion" tab in the student progress dialog shows the courses and course groups in the Pathway sequence order. It indicates which ones the student either has or hasn’t completed.
Course groups (choices in their Pathway) can be clicked on to expand and view the choices in the group and see which one the student took to satisfy the rule if it was completed.
The "Student History" tab in the student progress dialog shows the courses taken by the student grouped by term in their history, sorted in descending (most recent first)term order, and indicates which courses are applied to their Pathway. A reason is displayed for courses not applied.
Simulated Student Types
Students can be added to an analysis to mimic incoming freshmen, transfer, and returning class.
Students that were enrolled in the previous term and still have remaining credits.
Students that are expected to enroll in the institution without existing credits.
Students that are expected to enroll in the institution with only transfer credits.
Students that once were enrolled in this institution, were not enrolled in the previous term, but are expected to return.
Students that are not expected to return to the institution even though they still have remaining credits.