The old methods of keeping a log of hours using paper or spreadsheets are long gone!
With Tevera’s dynamic time tracking feature, students can track time on an ongoing basis, and faculty and site supervisors enjoy real-time insight into students’ progress.
Best of all, all time entries are logged with key context such as the site at which they are logged, the supervisor who oversees the time logged, and any additional characteristics you want students to track for comprehensive record-keeping.
The image above shows the overall track view, but additional day, week, and month views make it easier than ever for students to enter their hours in a format that makes sense to them.
Time Entries Approved Electronically
When students are ready to have their hours reviewed, they can take advantage of time reports. After selecting report parameters, they can be generated as a pdf to be sent for approval and signature right from within Tevera! These application-ready reports can be stored and accessed later for submission for graduation and licensure.
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You may be wondering: “How will I implement a time tracking system for my program?” or “Will Tevera be able to build a time track that meets my program’s needs?” Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! With a multitude of options for optimizing your program’s perfect time tracks, Tevera has something for everyone.
Designing Your Perfect Time Tracking Framework
We offer several standardized timesheets, informed by our work with hundreds of programs like yours, if you’d rather start off with something tried and true. But, our team is also more than happy to build and edit timesheets to make them customized for your program!
Let’s take a closer look at a time track created in Tevera:
Activities can be organized and broken down into different categories. For example, in this track there are three different categories: Direct Clinical Experience, Non-Direct Clinical Experience, and Supervision, with separate activities under them.
This helps organize activities into different subtotals, so that students, site supervisors, and faculty can easily understand how students are spending their time at both a high level, and a more detailed level.
When creating your own time tracking framework in Tevera, you can optimize your time tracks with: