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KASPER - Insight for Student Representatives

This wiki describes how student representatives may use the Microsoft analysis tool Power BI to get insight and statistics on course and study programme reports published in KASPER.

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Log in to Power BI by clicking the button below:

  Log in

If you are not already logged in you must do so with the Microsoft account tied to your NTNU user. This means using ntnuusername@ntnu.no to log in (see image).

The log-in dialog box for Microsoft

This will redirect you to the same FEIDE log in used for all other NTNU websites.

How to use Power BI

When arriving at the start page you have two main options, seeing the reports for “Emner” [Courses] or “Studieprogram” [Study Programmes] (see image below). Click the one you want.

The start page showing two options, courses and study programmes

Insight at Course Level

Clicking on “Emner” [Courses] gives you a table with evaluation statistics and statuses for all courses at NTNU. In this table you can find all the basic information about the courses, like course code, course coordinator, type of student evaluation, faculty, institute, and more.

In the column “Emnerapport” [Course report] (1) there are links to the courses’ published reports in the Study Quality Portal.

In a sidebar to the right there are some filter options that let you customize what the table shows you (2). NB: The top search bar is there to search for specific filters, which is not a very helpful feature for our dataset. To search for, e.g., individual courses, use the search bars under the filters.

A screenshot showing the courses to be evaluated. The column for course reports and the filtering options are marked

The graph at the top of the page shows you how many of the course reports in the table have been published, and how many have been exempted from evaluation. As an example, courses may be exempt from evaluation if not enough students signed up for it to be completed.

Follow-up Plans

A course follow-up plan consists of tasks the course coordinator has suggested to develop or improve the course. You may view all follow-up plans by clicking “Oppfølgingsplan” [Follow-up plan] in the left sidebar (1) or view one specific plan by following the links in the table (2).

How to find the follow-up plan by clicking the element in the menu or the link symbol

Insight at Study Programme Level

Selecting the study programme level gives you the choice to look at statistics and statuses for study programme evaluations and study plan revisions. Use the left sidebar to select which table to view (see image)

A screenshot showing the three pages at the study programme level

Study Programme Evaluations

Here you will see a table with evaluation statuses for all study programmes at NTNU. It includes basic information about the programmes, like programme code, programme coordinator, type, or evaluation (yearly or periodic), faculty, institute and more.

In the column called “PDF”, at the far right”, there are links to the programmes’ published reports in the Study Quality Portal.

In a sidebar to the right there are some filter options that let you customize what the table shows you (2). NB: The top search bar is there to search for specific filters, which is not a very helpful feature for our dataset. To search for, e.g., individual courses, use the search bars under the filters.

A screenshot where the "PDF"-column and fitlering options are marked

The graph at the top of the page shows you how many of the course reports in the table have been published, and how many of them are of the yearly or periodic type.

Study Plan Revision

This page shows you information about the revision status for all study plans. At the top of the page there is a bar graph showing how many plans are registered with each of the following statuses: “Fullfør revisjon” [Revision complete], which means the plan has been sent for approval, “Til revisjon” [In revision], which means the revision is ongoing, “Tatt ut av revisjon” [Exempt from revision], and “Administrativ klargjøring” [Administrative Preparation], which means the revision has not started yet.

The table below give you basic information like faculty, institute, programme coordinator and approval authority. In the “Rapport” column there are links to the programme evaluation reports in the Study Quality Portal. These are the same reports that you may access from the evaluation table described in the previous section of this wiki. As for all the other tables you find some filtering options in the sidebar to the right (see image).

The filtering options are marked in the right upper corner

NB: The top search bar is there to search for specific filters, which is not a very helpful feature for our dataset. To search for, e.g., individual courses, use the search bars under the filters.

Follow-up Plans

A study programme follow-up plan consists of tasks suggested to develop or improve the programme during its evaluation. You may view all follow-up plans by clicking “Oppfølgingsplan” [Follow-up plan] in the left sidebar (1). To view all tasks for a specific programme, use the filters in the right sidebar (2).

A screenshot showing where to find the follow-up plan in the menu on the left, and the filtering options on the right

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