Gain insight into the activity of your entire team. A line graph visualizes article filing trends. A publication chart identifies the most common news sources. Moreover, you can specify date ranges and download activity reports as Excel files.
Manage the members of your debate team. Invite new students to your team by sharing your Team Key or sending email invitations. In the future, we’ll introduce roles and permissions to distinguish between “Captain,” “Varsity,” and “Novice” debaters.
Each member of your team has a profile that visualizes his or her unique filing activity. From the user profile, you can sort through a list of articles that the student has recently caught. You can edit your own profile through the user settings page
View the latest articles caught by any member of your team.
Prepd tracks each Extemp round that a debater creates: the topic question and the articles used in every round are saved and then visualized in the user profile. After a tournament, round information will display once you re-synchronize Prepd Offline.
A student receives credit for reading an article by selecting the “Mark as Read” button and then completing one of five comprehension exercises. Reading activity, such as the article’s grade level and the completed comprehension exercise, is displayed in the user’s profile.
Settings and Billing
Through the Dashboard, easily adjust Prepd application settings (e.g., purge old articles en masse, or toggle on/off the weekly activity emails for coaches and students). Also, the Dashboard contains a billing panel for managing individual or team subscriptions.
Director of Forensics, Battle Ground Academy
Coordinator, Fine Arts North East ISD
Debate Coach, Olathe South
National Champion in USX at NSDA Nationals 2016, Tulsa Washington HS