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A guide for SmarterMeasure designed and created by Clark Librarians

Smarter Measure Introduction

Log In to SmarterMeasure

SmarterMeasure Question Categories

  1. Life Factors
  2. Individual Attributes - procrastination, time management, willingness to ask for help, academic attributes
  3. Learning Styles
  4. Technical Competency, Skills, and Knowledge
  5. Reading Rate and Recall
  6. Typing Speed and Accuracy.

Survey Options/Login Groups

  • Full Survey Option (for login groups: Clark, ClarkCTEC, College 101, and eClark) contains all 6 categories of questions.
  • Partial Survey Option (login groups)
    • BasicTechSkills (tech competencies & knowledge and typing)
    • Style (learning styles)
    • Life Factors (personal attributes & time management)
    • Reading Recall (reading rate and recall)

How to Log In to SmarterMeasure

The first time you log in, select "Log in as a First Time User" and use the username and password given to you by your instructor.

For subsequent logins, select "Log in as Returning User" and sign in with your email address and SmarterMeasure PIN.

See the video below for further details.

Grace Hopper with UNIVAC keyboard

Hopper, Grace: UNIVAC keyboard. Image. Britannica Academic, Encyclopaedia Britannica, 18 Sep. 2016. Accessed 20 Oct. 2016.

SmarterMeasure FAQs

How long will the survey take?
You can stop and save your progress, but altogether it takes about 45 minutes.

How will I view my results?
You will receive a full-color report immediately following the completion of the entire SmarterMeasure survey. You may email, print, or download this report and save it for future reference. You can always log back into SmarterMeasure to access this report.

How can I improve the skills assessed in SmarterMeasure?
SmarterMeasure provides links to some web tools designed to improve your tech readiness in specific areas.

Ask a Librarian

Instructors interested in using this survey as a classroom activity, contact:

Kristin Sherwood

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