Dashboard

What are Dashboards?

A dashboard is a web interface for users that organizes and presents information in a way that is easy to read and interpret. Dashboards are meant to provide visibility into key performance indicators (KPIs) through simple visual graphics such as gauges, charts and tables within a web browser of information most important to the institution. The information is intended to be simple to monitor at a glance and, where appropriate, actionable. Ultimately, dashboards are created to provide a unique and powerful means to present information about any range of topics. In many respects, a reporting dashboard can be likened to a dashboard in an automobile. It provides an 'at-a-glance view' of the current operational state of the vehicle.

Using Dashboards

On your left is a list of TTU dashboards. Start by clicking on your selection (if you haven't authenticated to TTU systems using your eRaider, you'll be prompted to log on for the dashboards that have a key lock.pngsymbol). After authenticating, you will have access to view any of the dashboards you see available in the left-hand panel.