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Platform Navigation

Platform Navigation

This article describes how to best navigate around the enCASE platform. 

After you log into the platform, you see your dashboard. To navigate to various functional areas, use the menu options at the top of the page. 

Sections

The center of the dashboard may display sections such as "Announcements" and "Assessment Summary," depending on your user access and the state of your testing. 

The "Assessment Summary" window shows existing assessments. By default, the list shows scheduled assessments whose Test Window starting date is within the "Past 30 Days". Click on the Test Window Start Date drop-down menu to see assessments whose Test Window start dates are within a different time frame. You can view all assessments scheduled this school year or choose to display only those with a scheduled start date in the past 30, 60, or 90 days.

To see only "Classroom Assessments" or "Benchmark Assessments," click the checkboxes next to either of these from the "Show" section at the top. The list includes whichever type of assessment remains checked.

To print, preview, or edit the assessment schedule, use the icons located to the right of the assessment.

Scrolling

If there are several tests listed in a section, use the scroll bar on the right to scroll through the list. 

If you are using a Mac, you can only see scroll bars when your system preferences are set to always show scroll bars. To set the scroll bars to always show on a Mac:

  1. From the Apple menu, select System Preferences.
  2. Click General. The following menu appears.
  3. Set the Show Scroll Bars setting to Always.

Close System Preferences.

Log out of enCASE, and then log back in.

Training/Help 

To access training videos and help articles, click the question mark, located in the upper-right of the top menu. 

Logging Out

To log out at any time, click the down-arrow to the right of your username and choose Logout



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