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The digital resources included on this wiki have been helpful to some educators across the state. However, due to the rapidly changing digital environment, NCDPI does not represent nor endorse that these resources are the exclusive digital resources for the purposes outlined on this wiki.
The AMTR is currently closed for updates. We will reopen the "save" option in February of 2016.
This Wiki space is designed to share 1)
collected annually, 2) support for the process of
, and 3) updates relative to this process.
If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact
As we receive new questions, we are also updating our FAQs page with the answers. On this AMTR Wiki landing page you will find resources for accessing data from 2014, information about subscribing to the AMTR, new AMTR questions (a PDF file as well as an Excel File) and a link to the AMTR FAQs.
The Annual Media and Technology Report
(AMTR) provides data on school media and
to school, district, and state level stakeholders. The information is based on the school and district level
media and technology
on July 1 of each year. This
gives both the legislature and the public a yearly snapshot of the state of media and technology programs in North Carolina's schools.
Make sure to review have your schools to their AMTR data before we publish to the School Report Card (SRC). The AMTR will be open through midnight.
September 14, 2015
for changes – not for current 2015-2016 updates. Truly it is best to update this information sooner rather than later.
Of utmost importance:
Some of the districts are not showing within various segments of the “Raw Data” that we have been examining over the last couple of weeks. It turns out that if you have incomplete data within a segment, your information for that segment is not posting to the “Raw Data.” The SRC pulls information from the raw data file. Please make sure that the district level information is complete also.
Some of your SLMCs may be incorrectly inputting their “
” within the medial collection information. Remind your SLMCs that “average age” answer should point to a
rather than a number for the shelf age of a resource. It is important to understand that the question relates to “
average copyright age
.” For example, you could have purchased three books last year. Their shelf age would be one year – but if they were published in 1990, 2000 and 2005, their
“average copyright age” would be 1998
. 1998 is the number that should be placed in the AMTR for question #508. Question #509 would be calculated in the same manner. Since districts use different solutions and products for their media center management, please alert your SLMCs concerning how best to ascertain this information if they do not have it.
New data entered on the old site will not be saved!
New subscribes please note:
Once you log into the AMTR using your NCID credentials, you will be prompted through the
registration process!!!! Please also consult the "Registration Procedures for the AMTR" document below.
Frequently asked questions about the AMTR. This includes clarification for specific questions.
Registration Procedure for the AMTR
How The Information is Used:
Registration procedure for the New AMTR.pdf
The North Carolina School Report Card 2014.pdf
NC School Report Card
You may also visit the NC School Report Card Site to review comparison data.
NCID Points to remember
Get an NCID (or update your password) - contact the NCID administrator for your
If you already have an NCID, you can use it to subscribe to AMTR
For NCID information, you may 1) contact your NCID administrator, or 2) go to
Be sure to start with your own NCID administrator first.
Your NCID password will expire after a few months (90 days)
. NCID will send an email requesting that you re-set your password. If you do not re-set your password, or if you forget your password, you will be locked out of NCID and AMTR. Contact your NCID administrator or go to
to re-set your password. Your User Name will remain the same.
AMTR Questions 2014
AMTR Questions 2014.pdf
New AMTR Questions 2015
Excel File of 2015 AMTR Questions
If you wish to access 2014 data for your school only, and you were subscribed to the "Old AMTR" follow
To access raw data from a particular year, please follow the appropriate link below:
This video will walk you through filtering data to reveal information
relative to your LEA only. Use the same steps to "drill down" to specific
schools as you need the information.
Former AMTR Data Entry Site
- this site is for information purposes only.
Any new information entered here will not be saved!
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