Data Dashboards

A data dashboard is an information management tool used to track, analyze, and display key performance indicators (KPIs), metrics, and data points. Dashboards aggregate data from multiple data sources. A dashboard isn’t just about saving time, but seeing all the data together in one place. 

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Chromebooks

The Fauquier County Public Schools 1-to-1 Chromebook initiative (FCPS1to1) issues each 5th-12th grade student a technology package consisting of a Chromebook, charging cord, and protective case.  Using a product from AmpliedIT, FCPS is able to gather data about the fleet of Chromebooks deployed in the division.

Chromebook Utilization

How is device activity measured in this report?

The data in this report is pulled from the OU Activity in-sheet report within the Chrome Gopher Add-on for Sheets, which analyzes and compiles sums and averages on the Active Times array in Google’s Admin Directory API listed for each device currently within each Org Unit that contains ACTIVE devices on your domain. Google’s documentation states that the active times array “Shows up to the last 15 days of activity on the device, including when it was last used and for how long. The times and dates shown are based on the time zone of the device.

Because of Google’s limitation of 15 date values in this array, Chrome Gopher’s OU Activity report begins with only the last 15 calendar days of activity, and compiles over time. If the report is set to auto-refresh within the Chrome Gopher Add-on, each day the report will gain a day’s worth of data beyond 15 days, until it accumulates 30 days worth of data, at which point it will auto-truncate to 30 days.

The current report appears below.

 


 

 

Auto Update Expiration

What is the meaning of Auto Update Expiration?

When a Chrome Device is past its Auto Update Expiration (AUE) date, it means that the product model is considered obsolete and automatic software updates from Google are no longer guaranteed.  Read Google’s AUE policy, and find all model source lookup tables here.

The current report appears below.


 

Auto Update Expiration (Table)

What is the meaning of Auto Update Expiration?

When a Chrome Device is past its Auto Update Expiration (AUE) date, it means that the product model is considered obsolete and automatic software updates from Google are no longer guaranteed.  Read Google’s AUE policy, and find all model source lookup tables here.

The current report appears below.


 

Chrome OS Version Health

What does this report show?

This report provides information about the current version of Chrome OS installed in the FCPS Chromebook fleet.  FCPS “pins” the maximum OS version to install. Our best understanding is that lagging OS versions can be caused by a variety of factors, including prolonged disuse of a device, a long period of time since last user logout and/or hard reboot, or local network condition that block update resources. Chromebooks do have a maximum version that can be installed based on their Auto Update Expiration (AUE) date. Read Google’s AUE policy, and find all model source lookup tables here.

The current report appears below.

 

 


 

 

 

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The Fauquier County Public Schools 1-to-1 Chromebook initiative (FCPS1to1) issues each 5th-12th grade student a technology package consisting of a Chromebook, charging cord, and protective case.  Using a product from AmpliedIT, FCPS is able to gather data about the fleet of Chromebooks deployed in the division.