Google Adds Analytics Tool to Track G Suite Usage
Google is introducing a new way for G Suite for Education administrators to gain insights into the habits of their educators who utilize the company’s services. A transformation report will be available to administrators twice a year at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters.
This report will enable G Suite administrators to track patterns across Google products, including G Suite offerings and Chromebooks. Information on educator participation rates in Google's certification programs will also be available.
Organizations will be able to get tailored recommendations based on user surveys and usage information on how to get more benefits out of using G Suite for Education offerings.
To generate a transformation report for the current semester, G Suite administrators need to create a "transformation survey" and share the survey link to gather feedback from stakeholders in their organizations in seven key areas. Those areas of focus are vision, learning, culture technology, professional development, funding and sustainability, and community engagement.
The survey must be completed between Sept. 23 and Oct. 9. On Oct. 14, administrators will be able to sign into the transformation report portal and see their results.
More information on the transformation report offering can be found here.
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