Bike it Data is an online monitoring platform that we use to record all of our engagements and activity. This data is then used by Sustrans Research and Monitoring Unit (RMU) to compile reports for internal strategic planning, and forms the basis of our End of Year report shared with funders and partners to demonstrate the impact of the programme
What do you need to know?
The best thing that you can do with Bikeit data is get on it and have a go. You should try and keep BikeIt data as up to date as possible and putting some time to one side each week is a good way of ensuring there is not a huge list of information for each officer to input.
When completing your End of month reporting (The Portal) or your End of Term report and Newsletter you should use BikeIt data to see what sessions were delivered and the number of engagements.
Teacher training and equipment given to schools is also recorded here.
You can also record Bike and scooter counts from each school, these should be carried out regularly and is a good thing to do when passing a school just to pop in and count the bikes in the bike racks. Another option is to give a bike crew a log on and they can record the number of bikes and scooters themselves.
BID can also be used to record quotes from pupils and staff. This allows the collection of both qualitative and quantitative data.
Top 5 Tips
|1||Put time aside each week to complete this|
|2||Keep a paper diary so you can record class sizes and bike counts quickly or put it on your notes on your mobile phone.|
|3||Use the information and reports off Bike it Data to complete your End of Term report.|
|4||When registering a new school you will need to make sure you have various details such as address, phone number, contacts and school roll. You will also need a school URN number.|
|5||For a limited time you can edit surveys if you have made an error|