The New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) established NJTRAx to gauge the technology readiness of New Jersey schools and districts for online testing as well as provide a digital learning tool.
The NJTRAx technology readiness database is designed to collect and store the datasets that inform readiness ratings. These ratings are published in reports that are customized for each school, district, region, and for the state. NJTRAx has been revised to reflect the single administration for the Spring Assessments as well as for the possibility of field test units. Districts should keep the data in NJTRAx up to date so that the data reflects the present reality of the district.
To assist districts with developing digital learning environments, new digital learning surveys and reporting capabilities have been added to the NJTRAx interactive technology readiness data and reporting system. Districts and schools will now have the ability to track and strategically plan for digital learning policies and practices. The launch of NJTRAx Digital Learning (DL) is part of the Office of Educational Technology’s long-term Digital Learning Initiative (DLI) to support digital learning in New Jersey districts and schools.
NJTRAx Digital Learning (DL)
>> A one page info-graphic for NJTRAx DL
>> A recorded webinar that discusses NJTRAx Digital Learning
NJTRAx Technology Readiness
>> NJTRAx Quick Start Users Guide
>> View An Introduction to NJTRAx
>> View the October 2015 NJTRAx Training Webinar NEW
>> View the NJTRAx Data Export-Import Guide
>> View the NJTRAx Webinar (Fall 2014): Dual Scoring, Sandbox and DML
>> View the Introduction to the NJTRAx Sandbox
>> View the District Rating Guide
>> View the School Rating Guide
>>> View other NJTRAx Support Materials in the Online Resources