Frequently Asked Questions: CollegeScope

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What is CollegeScope?

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CollegeScope is an interactive online student success program. It is similar to, but much more than, a textbook. Students and faculty members use CollegeScope over the internet via individual portfolio accounts. Students work through chapters which include journals, quizzes, and custom links to resources chosen by your campus.


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What programs use CollegeScope?

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CollegeScope is typically used as a primary resource in a first-year college course, but is effective for any student or group of students to increase their success in college and beyond. It has also been used for orientation programs, student success courses, dual-credit courses, high school-to-college transition, major and course selection, outreach for at-risk students, intervention and counseling, peer/mentor programs, study skills and in career centers.


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What can staff do in CollegeScope?

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Staff (faculty) portfolio accounts can be used to track class progress, view individual results and access a complete resource package for implementing CollegeScope.


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How can CollegeScope be used?

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CollegeScope can be used as a standalone resource or as part of traditional in-person, online or hybrid courses.


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What assessments are in CollegeScope?

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Integrated within CollegeScope are assessments for: personality type (Do What You Are), learning style (PEPS Learning Style Inventory), work interests, work values, multiple intelligences (MI Advantage) and academic self-efficacy.