To create a new Auto Pilot map, click on New Map (blue box with white +).
You will be prompted to enter a title for the accommodation map. Type in a title, and then select Submit.
After creating a name for the map, you will be returned to the Accommodation Map table.
Next, select the Auto Pilot map title that you have created to edit the map settings.
After the map process is complete, you will be able to modify the map settings. To begin, click to select the accommodation vendor and map settings.
From the Vendor drop-down select manual upload as you will be submitting a file.
- Process Auto Pilot Feed Data should be OFF.
- Process Vendor notes will be defaulted to OFF.
- Auto Publish Data should be OFF.
Once the selections are complete, click Update.
You will need to create a csv file with the following headers: DistrictID, CampusID, LocalID, Subject, Accommodations, Notes, be sure to use this order and don't put spaces in the titles.
In the subject column place the subject of the test the student will be taking online, (i.e. Reading, Math, etc.). In the Accommodations column, if the purpose is to identify testing online, place Online Test Delivery as your accommodation.
If the purpose is to identify virtual and or hybrid classroom students, you will first go to the accommodations tab in your district menu, and create a local accommodation called virtual/hybrid accommodation and choose Instructional Delivery for the accommodation type, then place Virtual/Hybrid (or whatever you named it) in the accommodation column in the file.
Ensure the file is saved as a .csv file. Once the file has been created, you will need to select Upload Accommodation Data from within the map and then browse for and upload the accommodation file that has been created.
After your file has successfully uploaded you will need to map subjects, i.e. English to English, Science to Science, etc.
In your All Accommodations tab you will need to map Online Test Delivery to Online Test Delivery or if you are mapping student to virtual classes you will map virtual/hybrid to virtual/hybrid, etc. to the corresponding TestHound accommodation.
Next, click the Evaluate/Publish student data button.
The campus level will see the new changes in Auto Pilot.
Accommodations will need to be approved.
After approving student changes you will be able to filter students that have online test delivery within a test administration.