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TRT Devices File Import Layout

Specifications for the import data file for the devices information into the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium's Technology Readiness Tool (TRT).

Columns marked with an asterisks (*) indicate the field is required for evaluating whether the device meets readiness requirements. The data for these fields must be present prior to marking the school as "complete."

Fields or values marked with two asterisks (**) denote new options added in August 2013.

Column # Field Name Description

Rules
Values = Display Description

1 Local Organization Code The school code used to uniquely identify this organization. Use the 14 character County-District-School (CDS) code.
2 State Code State Abbreviation CA
3 Count of Devices
Number of Devices that make up the specified configuration Max length of 4 digits.
4 Name Name of Device(s) Alphanumeric
5 Location Location of Device Alphanumeric
6 * Operating System
Operating System of the Device

windows_xp2 = Windows XP SP2 or less
windows_xp = Windows XP SP3
windows_vista = Windows Vista
windows_7 = Windows 7
windows_8 = Windows 8
windows_rt = Windows RT
windows_server_2003 = Windows Server 2003
windows_server_2008 = Windows Server 2008
windows_server_2012 = Windows Server 2012
** windows_multipoint_server_2010_2011 = Windows MultiPoint Server 2010-2011
** windows_multipoint_server_2012 = Windows MultiPoint Server 2012
windows_other = Windows Other
linux_mint = Linux Mint
linux_ubuntu_4_thru_8 = Linux Ubuntu v4 - 8
** linux_ubuntu_9_11_04 = Linux Ubuntu v9 - 11.04
** linux_ubuntu_11_10 = Linux Ubuntu 11.10 or greater
linux_fedora_1_5 = Linux Fedora v1 - 5
linux_fedora_6_15 = Linux Fedora v6 - 15
linux_fedora_16 = Linux Fedora v16 or greater
linux_suse = Linux SUSE
linux_other = Linux Other
mac_101_thru_1043 = Mac OS X 10.1 - 10.4.3
mac_1044 = Mac OS X 10.4.4
mac_105 = Mac OS X 10.5
mac_106 = Mac OS X 10.6
mac_107 = Mac OS X 10.7
mac_108 = Mac OS X 10.8
** mac_109 = Mac OS X 10.9
mac_other = Mac Other
ios_4_x = iOS 4.x
ios_5_x = iOS 5.x
ios_6_x = iOS 6.x
** ios_7_x = iOS 7.x
ios_other = iOS Other
android_3_x = Android 3.x Honeycomb
android_4_x = Android 4.x Ice Cream Sandwich
android_other = Android Other
google_chrome = Google Chrome V18 or less
google_chrome19 = Google Chrome v19 or greater
other = Other OS/Unknown

7 Processor Processor of the Device

1000 = Other
2000 = AMD Athlon
2100 = Intel Pentium
2300 = PowerPC
2500 = Intel Celeron
3000 = AMD Neo/Neo X2
3100 = Intel Atom
3500 = AMD Sempron
3600 = Intel Centrino
4000 = AMD Athlon II X2
4100 = Intel Core Solo/Duo
4500 = AMD Turion II
4600 = Intel Pentium Dual Core
5000 = AMD Phenom I
5100 = Intel Core 2 Duo
5600 = Intel Core 2 Quad
5800 = AMD A-Series (Fusion/HSA)
6000 = AMD Phenom II X2/X3/X4
6100 = Intel Core i3/i5
6500 = AMD Phenom II X6
6600 = Intel Core i7
7000 = Intel Xeon E3
7100 = Intel Xeon E5
7200 = Intel Xeon E7
10000 = ARM v4
10100 = Snapdragon S1
10500 = ARM v5
10600 = Snapdragon S2
11000 = ARM v6
11100 = Snapdragon S3
11500 = ARM v7
11600 = Snapdragon S4

8 * Memory
Memory of the Device

1 = < 128 MB
128 = 128 MB
256 = 256 MB
512 = 512 MB
1024 = 1 GB
2048 = 2 GB
3072 = 3 GB
4096 = 4 GB
5120 = 5 GB
6144 = 6 GB
7168 = 6 GB
8192 = 8 GB
99999 = > 8 GB

9 * Screen Resolution
Screen resolution of the Device 1 = < 800 x 600
20 = 800 x 600
22 = 1024 x 576
23 = 1024 x 600
30 = 1024 x 768
40 = 1280 x 800
50 = 1280 x 1024
60 = 1366 x 768
70 = 1440 x 900
72 = 1600 x 900
80 = 1600 x 1200
90 = 1680 x 1050
100 = 1920 x 1080
110 = 1920 x 1200
120 = 2048 x 1536
999 = > 2560 x 1600
10 * Monitor / Display Size
Monitor or display size of the screen 1 = < 7 in
7 = 7 - 9.4 in
9 = 9.5 - 12.9 in
13 = 13 - 16.9 in
17 = 17 - 19 .9in
20 = 20 - 24.9 in
25 = 25 - 27 in
99 = > 27 in
11 Browser Browser of the device that will be used for online testing 10 = Internet Explorer 6
20 = Internet Explorer 7
30 = Internet Explorer 8
31 = Firefox 3.6 or older
40 = Internet Explorer 9
41 = Firefox 4+
42 = Google Chrome
43 = Safari
50 = Internet Explorer 10
99 = Other
12 Wireless Indicates if the device can be connected wireless true = Yes
false = No
13 Device Type Type of Device desktop = Desktop
laptop = Laptop
netbook = Netbook
tablet = Tablet
thin = Thin client/VDI
other = Other type
14 * Assessment Environment Environment suitable for Assessment appropriate = Current environment appropriate for assessment
adaptable = Moveable to environment appropriate for assessment
inappropriate = Current environment NOT appropriate for assessment, and NOT sufficiently mobile to move to one
15 Device Owner Indicates who owns the device school = School
student = Student
other = Other
Notes:
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