2016techtr Session Handouts

Sunday

8:00 am - 11:30 am

Reverse Transfer Workshop - Platinum 7

Presenters: Shelby Stanfield, The University of Texas at Austin; Shan Evans, The University of Texas at Austin; Connie Garrick, Lone Star College System; Misty Lenhart, The Ohio State University; E. Michelle Blackwell, National Student Clearinghouse; Scarlett Huang,

Sunday : 8:00 am - 11:30 am

A panel of experts will review the efforts underway across the country, discuss some of the challenges faced, the lessons learned, and creative ideas put in place to facilitate reverse transfer. They will also discuss where this may lead, next steps, and the benefits and strategy behind developing a national approach to reverse transfer.

Location: Platinum 7

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Registrar 101 & FERPA, Part 2 - La Jolla/Los Angeles

Presenters: LeRoy Rooker, AACRAO - American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers; Lara Medley, Colorado School of Mines

Sunday : 8:00 am - 11:30 am

Registrar 101 is a journey through the "what” and "how” of the work of the registrar's office. The goals of Registrar 101 are to develop an understanding of: the basic areas of work and responsibility of the registrar's office; the integral role the registrar's office plays in an institution's academic community; trends in higher education that have an impact on the office of the registrar; and the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to be successful in the registrar profession.

Location: La Jolla/Los Angeles

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1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

SRM (Student Relationship Management)/EMS(Education Management System) - Salon B

Presenters: Kranthi Lammatha, International Technological University; Peter Pokorny, International Technological University; James Wachira, International Technological University; Lloyd Lee, International Technological University

Sunday : 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

ITU's SRM is a cloud based system integrated with marketing tools and domestic and international payments gateways. Our goal is to reduce the complexity of the admissions process into one streamlined interface.ITU's EMS provides a central portal for students to view course information, submit assigments, and participate in course discussions. Similarly, the EMS provides a centralized portal for faculty to interact with their students, integrates curriculum development with class content.

Location: Salon B

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First-Year Experience and Early Alert Solutions: Big Solutions on Small Budgets - Salon A

Presenters: Greg Dart, Utah State University Eastern

Sunday : 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Integrated support systems are important to persistence and completion. At USU Eastern, the Center for First Year Experience has developed a technology driven, comprehensive support system for incoming students. This program will provide five technology tips to bring about a successful support system, that meets students' needs and providing leading, actionable data for institutions.

Location: Salon A

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Transitioning Transfer Students to Your University - Platinum 8

Presenters: Joanne Gaita, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania; Kizzy Morris, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania

Sunday : 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Students' transferring from one institution to another is not a new concept. This session will address enrollment strategies necessary to recognize the value transfer students bring to each institution, while incorporating research within higher education's ever-changing climate.

Location: Platinum 8

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Postsecondary Student Pathways: What Does Accounting for Student Transfer and Mobility Tell Us? - Salon C

Presenters: Afet Dundar, National Student Clearinghouse

Sunday : 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Today's students are mobile: they stop in and out of multiple institutions. This session will present the findings from the new reports of the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center that demonstrate how accounting for transfers unveil a more complete picture of student success. In particular, yearly success and progress of the fall 2009 entering cohort and one-year mobility rates for students enrolled in recent years will be discussed.

Location: Salon C

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Great Scott! Transcript Model Extensions Hit 88 MPH! - Platinum 7

Presenters: Rodney Parks, Elon University

Sunday : 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Welcome aboard the Jules Verne Train! When it comes to expanding the academic record, institutions now have myriad options: electronic certificates, badges, stackable micro-credentials, and co-curricular transcripts are but a few, and they are being created in a variety of ways across the nation. Many campus leaders, however, still find the big picture out of focus. Where we are going with these innovations? Join us to showcase Elon's Visual EXP to be launched this May.

Location: Platinum 7

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An Electronic Common Credential Data Standard: Why Do They Need to be on Paper? - Salon D

Presenters: Thomas Black, Stanford University

Sunday : 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

3 universities and AACRAO are collaborating through PESC to develop a COMMON CREDENTIAL DATA STANDARD for certificates, degrees and diplomas. The have proposed a standard "..(that) can be used by any…college and university, …to fully communicate degrees, certifications and other credentials obtained by the student.” While the transcript contains a student's educational experience, often only a simple verification of a degree, diploma or cert is needed. Come here how this work is progressing.

Location: Salon D

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A Day in the Life of a Transfer Transcript - Platinum 10

Presenters: Susan Eveland, University of Oregon; Brian Lowery, University of Oregon

Sunday : 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

In the olden days, before the internet and EDI and document imaging workflows, handling transcripts for transfer students was a tedious, repetitive, and time consuming process. This session will explore both the old and the new ways of managing transfer of credit, with an emphasis on technologies and tips that speed the process and ensure equitable and accurate transfer credit award for all students.

Location: Platinum 10

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Pathways to Successful Transfer and Degree Completion in New Jersey - Salon G

Presenters: Linda Tromp, New Jersey Statewide Transfer Initiative; John Scott, New Jersey Statewide Transfer Initiative; Yesenia Madas, New Jersey Council of County Colleges

Sunday : 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Community college students in New Jersey are among the most successful in transferring to a four-year institution and earning a bachelor's degree. We will discuss New Jersey's initiatives to increase two- and four-year degree completion rates, while providing clear pathways for transfer. Topics include benefits/challenges of implementing a statewide Web-based transfer data information system, the development of a Statewide Transfer Agreement and the Guided Pathways to Success (GPS) project.

Location: Salon G

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Transfer Guidelines: The Joint Statement on Transfer and a Transfer Student Bill of Rights - Salon H

Presenters: Seth Kamen, Montgomery College

Sunday : 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

AACRAO has a goal to update the Joint Statement on Transfer and to develop a Transfer Student Bill of Rights. Are you interested in learning more about these documents? Want to provide comments and ideas? This session will review the current framework, and begin to gather information for new versions.

Location: Salon H

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The Cost of Free Community College - Platinum 9

Presenters: Tim Amyx, Volunteer State Community College

Sunday : 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Tennessee Promise brought tuition-free community college to TN high school graduates in Fall 2015. Getting ready for their arrival was a challenge. The impact of TN Promise was felt in every area of the college. Recruitment models were tossed out the window. Curriculum had to be revised to align with new enrollment demands. Support for incoming students was more important than ever before. Plus an outcomes-based funding formula. Community colleges were in the spotlight. So how'd it go?

Location: Platinum 9

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2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

Use Systems, Servers, Vendors, Standards to Innovate, Automate & Improve Service - Salon A

Presenters: W Matthew Bemis, University of Southern California; Roger Lurie, Arizona State Unviersity

Sunday : 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

The presenter will provide an overview of how their institution successfully partnered with service providers to enhance student services at their institution. The presenter will also highlight how they leverage internal systems and web services to automate many high-volume, time sensitive processing operations critical to student services delivery.

Location: Salon A

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Using a Technical Redesign Project to Transform the Registrar's Office - Salon C

Presenters: Ira Knight, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Christopher Derickson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Sunday : 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

The Office of the University Registrar at UNC-Chapel Hill initiated a major redesign of the security model for its PeopleSoft-based student information system this past year. The project was a collaboration of both technical and functional experts. The result is a security model that has increased our ability to maintain and audit access to student records and a clearer vision to improve and transform the Registrar's Office into a much more efficient, process-driven, and modern office.

Location: Salon C

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What is the Future of ERP/SISs? What Can They do for My Institution? - Platinum 8

Presenters: Michael Reilly, AACRAO; Jim Bouse, University of Oregon

Sunday : 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

In this first session in the Future of the ERP track, attendees will be provided information regarding the nature of ERPS, AACRAO's objectives in organizing the track, provide background and state of technology information and frame the issues and challenges of adopting, installing and operating an institutional ERP.

Location: Platinum 8

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Transfer Web Outreach: Using a Comprehensive Transfer Webpage to Support Transfer Students - Salon H

Presenters: Larry Long, University of Tennessee - Knoxville; Mary Beth Burlison, University of Tennessee - Knoxville

Sunday : 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

In 2015 the University of Tennessee set out to evaluate the effectiveness of their webpages that housed transfer student information. After reviewing webpage analytics, that were began the journey of consolidating all of their webpages into one functional resource that could aid transfer student in the transition to the University of Tennessee. This presentation will review the steps they took to create their new webpage and how they are using a collaborative approach to manage that content.

Location: Salon H

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24-Hour Transfer Credit Evaluations: How Colorado State University-Global Processes Degree Plans in One Day - Platinum 9

Presenters: Meredith Husk, Colorado State University - Global Campus; Ashley Skelnik, Colorado State University-Global Campus

Sunday : 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

· Members of Colorado State University-Global Campus Registrar team will discuss the history of their Transcript Evaluation practices and explain how they were able to process 20,000+ evaluations in 2015 with only 5 full-time employees while maintaining a 24 hour turnaround time for front-end degree plans.

Location: Platinum 9

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B1G Transfer Admissions: Let's Get Personal - Salon G

Presenters: Keith Eopechino, The Pennsylvania State University; Kimberly Bryant, University of Michigan; Peg Wier, Purdue University - Main Campus

Sunday : 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

Collectively, the 14 Big Ten (B1G) universities admit and enroll thousands of transfer students from all over the world each year. Attend this session to find out how some of the biggest universities in the country make the Transfer Admissions process personal for students. This session will focus on two key topics in Transfer Admissions: recruitment strategies/ideas and pre-advising for prospective students. Find out how we make the transfer admissions process more personal!

Location: Salon G

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Beyond Compass: How Can You Use ACT Data for Student Success? - Platinum 10

Presenters: Steve Kappler, ACT, Inc.

Sunday : 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

This session will look at what other information is available to you that can impact student success on your campus. From WorkKeys and NCRC to Engageto ACT Profile and the ACT, institutions have a myriad of information to help them understand how to put students on the right path to succeed at theirinstitution. National ACT research as well as real life stories will provide practical examples for implementation

Location: Platinum 10

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Reverse Transfer from the Two-Year College Perspective - Platinum 7

Presenters: Connie Garrick, Lone Star College System; Jamie Posey, Lone Star College System

Sunday : 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

Now that there is a national solution for reverse transfer, what's next for the two-year, degree-granting institution? Come hear the latest on how Lone Star College is using the new technology from National Student Clearinghouse and PeopleSoft to enhance our processes for reverse transfer.

Location: Platinum 7

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Empower Your Students by Simplifying Scheduling! How Student Schedule Planning Benefits the Entire Institution - Salon B

Presenters: Mike Ayers, College Scheduler

Sunday : 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

Imagine the smoothest registration your institution has ever experienced. Now add benefits for Advising, Orientation staff, and the Registrar's office. College Scheduler will demonstrate how one solution can alleviate registration frustration, provide administration with critical course demand data, increase advising efficiency, and streamline orientation.

Location: Salon B

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Reaching More Students with Campus Tours Mobile Tech - Salon D

Presenters: Allyson Trochez, University of Oregon, Visit Program

Sunday : 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

75% of high school seniors say they visit a college campus without ever contacting admissions. That could add up to hundreds—or even thousands—of missed prospects every year. Guidebook will discuss the range of mobile communication available to admissions offices, how to contextualize a digital program within your larger communication strategy, and the importance of data. We'll also hear how the U. of Oregon is approaching mobile with a self­-guided campus tour app.

Location: Salon D

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4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Transforming Transfer: Improving College Outcomes by Better Serving the Often-Overlooked Mobile Student - Marquis Center

Presenters: Luisa Havens, Florida International University; Tim Amyx, Volunteer State Community College; Davis Jenkins, Columbia University

Sunday : 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

The Community College Research Center (CCRC) at Columbia University has partnered with the Aspen Institute and the National Student Clearinghouse to conduct research on community college to university transfer. The first releases of their results have provided new insights into student transfer and will serve as a valuable resource for two and four-year institutions to develop practices to better serve community college and transfer students.

Location: Marquis Center

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Monday

8:15 am - 9:15 am

Time to Go Digital! Student Service Preferences are A-Changing! - Salon H

Presenters: Cathy O'Bryan, Indiana University; Mike Szakaly, Indiana University - Bloomington

Monday : 8:15 am - 9:15 am

Location: Salon H

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The University Catalog of the Future...Today! - Platinum 9

Presenters: Michael Kemp, Brigham Young University; Rob Cook, Brigham Young University

Monday : 8:15 am - 9:15 am

BYU has fully transitioned to a non-traditional catalog process that creates the catalog electronically each time a user needs it. No more paper, no more PDF, no more limitations! The Catalog system interfaces with the student information system, curriculum files, course enrollment descriptions, course learning outcomes, course syllabi, faculty profiles, and distributed college content. It is built in Drupal with custom modules to import data and accommodates traditional archiving.

Location: Platinum 9

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Extending the Transcript: It's About the Outcome, Not the Inputs! - Platinum 8

Presenters: Joellen Evernham Shendy, University of Maryland - University College

Monday : 8:15 am - 9:15 am

As the focus of higher education turns to outcomes rather then inputs, finding new and transformative ways to evidence the students learning is critical. UMUC, working with vendor partners, is developing a new competency based transcript that will showcase what the student knows and can do. This transcript can build a bridge between the university and the employer by providing greater transparency into a students competencies, showcasing the value and fit of the student to the workplace.

Location: Platinum 8

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Ellucian: Find, Recruit, and Enroll Your Students! - Platinum 10

Presenters: Rick Skeel, Ellucian

Monday : 8:15 am - 9:15 am

Ellucian delivers an innovative portfolio of technology solutions and strategic guidance to help education institutions thrive in a dynamic world. More than 2,400 institutions in 40 countries look to Ellucian for the ideas that will move education forward, helping people everywhere discover their futures through learning.

Location: Platinum 10

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Roundtable: Sending and/or Receiving Electronic Transcripts - Platinum 7

Presenters: W Matthew Bemis, University of Southern California

Monday : 8:15 am - 9:15 am

Come be a part of the growing electronic transcript community and share your experience!

Location: Platinum 7

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Certified Electronic Diplomas: A Serious Document for a Complex World - Salon K

Presenters: Thomas Black, Stanford University; Christopher Jackson, Paradigm

Monday : 8:15 am - 9:15 am

Let's STOP Diploma Fraud and offer domestic and international students the documents they need, all while developing an alternative to the Apostille!Come learn about the Certified Electronic Diploma, a document that extracts the transactional value from the paper diploma and presents it in a secure, portable, and verifiable format. Join us and some of your colleagues to learn about the many uses of the CeDiploma for your students.

Location: Salon K

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Increasing Rigor, Community, and Opportunity Using a Cohort Model in Dual Enrollment (Early College) - Salon J

Presenters: C. Matthew Little, University of North Alabama; LeeAnna Brown, University of North Alabama

Monday : 8:15 am - 9:15 am

How do you create continuous improvement in dual enrollment with a cohort model? In this session participants will learn how one university worked to strengthen ties with local school districts while increasing opportunities for students to earn dual enrollment credit.

Location: Salon J

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Strategic Alliances for Transfer Students - Salon G

Presenters: Sunny Huang, Dallas County Community College District

Monday : 8:15 am - 9:15 am

The seven colleges of Dallas County Community College District are separated accredited; thus, the District Office of Transfer and Articulation Services creates a policy to strategically engage colleges and universities for the quality of transfer advisement and transfer pathway. This session shares the knowledge of building collaborative relationships with educational institutions with a standardized agreement system and faculty colloquium to create the transfer framework for student success.

Location: Salon G

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Fitting the Prior Learning Trend into Your Traditional School Infrastructure - Salon C

Presenters: Jack Miner, The Ohio State University; Misty Lenhart, The Ohio State University

Monday : 8:15 am - 9:15 am

Many schools are struggling with how to implement systems that encourage the assessment of prior learning as part of their degree program while staying true to their academic core.Ohio State University has been successful working with their state system to create a comprehensive articulation system between the two-year and four-year schools that streamlines the transfer credit process, incorporates credit by exam, dual enrollment and credit when it's due.

Location: Salon C

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Learning Analytics: Perspectives from the Registrar's Office - Salon A

Presenters: Lisa Emery, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor; Andy Cameron, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Monday : 8:15 am - 9:15 am

Learning Analytics is a new and exciting area of research aimed at improving teaching and learning. Learn how staff from the Registrar's Office at the University of Michigan have partnered with the faculty and researchers to build a Learning Analytics program. This session will show examples of learning analytics projects and describe our approach to data governance for accessing student records and learning management data.

Location: Salon A

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What's New at the Clearinghouse - Salon D

Presenters: Hilary Rich, National Student Clearinghouse; Nancy Penna, NSCH

Monday : 8:15 am - 9:15 am

Join the Clearinghouse in a 'What's New at the Clearinghouse' session that will share and discuss the latest updates in Higher Education from Compliance Reporting, Technology Solutions for automating processes, and the latest in Student Mobility and Research. Some of the items we will cover include:-Compliance reporting changes and updates-Technology solutions for automating transcripts and data exchange-Verification Services domestic and abroad-Research initiatives

Location: Salon D

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Utilizing Technology at Commencement for Graduate Engagement and Recognition - Salon B

Presenters: Mark Hommerding, Lifetouch Special Events/JF

Monday : 8:15 am - 9:15 am

Commencement is a time to showcase your institution and send off your graduates in a memorable way. Over the past few years, more institutions are using technological innovations to enhance the experience for graduates and their families.

Location: Salon B

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10:00 am - 11:00 am

Do You See What I See? - Platinum 10

Presenters: Misti Reese, Appalachian State University

Monday : 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Do you see what I see? Come join Appalachian State University, as we walk you through the process of creating a document imaging and storage system that incorporates workflow.

Location: Platinum 10

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The Impact of Electronic Content Management (ECM) System Ownership on Student Records Management Practice - Salon G

Presenters: Wendy Kilgore, AACRAO Consulting (AC)

Monday : 10:00 am - 11:00 am

In early Spring 2016, AACRAO completed a Lexmark-sponsored research project on ECM system ownership and its impact on student records management practice. The results may surprise you especially when we understand that, on average, student records management breaches in higher education cost $300 per single student incident. Come join the discussion of the results and the implications for practice for both ECM use, data security, and student records management.

Location: Salon G

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Engaged Learning Tools - Salon A

Presenters: Cindy Lyons, University of California - San Diego; Kimberly Elias, University of California - San Diego

Monday : 10:00 am - 11:00 am

UCSD offers a suite of tools designed to help students discover, document and share their real-world learning experiences. The REAL portal provides a comprehensive database of experiential learning for both on and off campus. The Co-Curricular Record is a verified record of a student's achievements outside of the classroom. The Enhanced Transcript extends includes contextual info about courses and instructors. The Electronic Portfolio showcases honors, achievements, skills and abilities.

Location: Salon A

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Salesforce Connected Campus - Salon J

Presenters: Shea Lewis, Salesforce.org

Monday : 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Come hear the "Connected Campus" strategy and how universities across the globe are placing students at the center of everything they do. Hear about all of the work we're is doing in the Higher Education space and learn about our latest technology release - HEDA (Higher Education Data Architecture). Also hear how about getting a 360-degree view of its students, events, business partners and alumni, while simultaneously and eliminating time-consuming pen-and-paper processes.

Location: Salon J

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Wringing Electronic Data From Paper and PDF Transcripts - Salon H

Presenters: Susan Reyes, San Diego State University; Tuan Do, San Francisco State University

Monday : 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Student Data doesn't always comes nicely wrapped as an electronic transmission. A large portion of transcripts still are received as paper or pdf. There are methodologies in place to leverage data extraction and processing in order to get to the electronic data.

Location: Salon H

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What if Students Searched for Courses Like They Shop Online? - Salon C

Presenters: Rob Fitzgerald, Brown University

Monday : 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Come see how Brown partnered with a third party provider to develop a course discovery tool in the cloud. Imagine your students being able to quickly locate courses based on their major, time of day, semester, keyword, but what if they could eliminate those courses they couldn't take! And if they could see associated courses or ones faculty suggest and show the catalog, but with an overlay showing courses already taken and ones needed to graduate? Come see Courses@Brown!

Location: Salon C

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Cleaning, Maintaining, and Proactively Building a Large Transfer Equivalency Database - Platinum 8

Presenters: Jon Davidson, University of Michigan - Flint; Lee Cruppenink, University of Michigan-Flint

Monday : 10:00 am - 11:00 am

After nearly a decade of use, the University of Michigan-Flint had accumulated tens of thousands of issues with its transfer equivalencies from out-dated practices, wrong attributes from a botched gen-ed conversion, to countless clerical errors, and more. Learn how UM-Flint cleaned up the clutter, standardized equivalencies and practices, is implementing a system of automated audits, and is proactively building dozens of new catalogs and over 15,000 new equivalencies per year.

Location: Platinum 8

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National Student Clearinghouse Reverse Transfer Project: An Automated, National Data Sharing Platform - Platinum 9

Presenters: Michelle Blackwell, National Student Clearinghouse

Monday : 10:00 am - 11:00 am

This session will focus on research on student mobility and the current and future functionality of NSC's free Reverse Transfer Service. A detailed description of the current functionality of the platform, future plans and institutional experiences with the service will be presented.

Location: Platinum 9

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Roundtable: Transfer - Platinum 7

Presenters: Seth Kamen, Montgomery College

Monday : 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Come discuss issues relating to all things Transfer. This session will share some industry-wide best practices in transfer collected from Admissions and Registrar's offices across the nation. Come hear what your colleagues are doing and share some best practices of your own!

Location: Platinum 7

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The Office of Transfer Services: Support from A-Z - Salon K

Presenters: Jane Rex, Appalachian State University

Monday : 10:00 am - 11:00 am

In six short years, the Office of Transfer Services has grown in size and scope to offer a full range of services to transfer students from prospective student, through each stage of their academic journey. Participants will learn how the "dream" of supporting transfer students became a reality, how to gain institutional support for transfer initiatives, and how Appalachian State is building the partnerships necessary to make the transfer process truly seamless.

Location: Salon K

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We all Need Technology, and Transfer Students! - Salon D

Presenters: Shelly Jackson, CollegeSource

Monday : 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Technology and Transfer students. The two go hand-in-hand. Does your institution need more technology to assist with evaluating transfer credit? This session will include an overview of two solutions from CollegeSource, the Transfer Evaluation System (TES®) and Transferology™. TES allows staff to easily access information to determine equivalencies. Transferology allows students to easily view how their courses will transfer. Our technology will help attract and retain more transfer students!

Location: Salon D

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Curriculum Management is Hard. It Doesn't Have to Be. - Salon B

Presenters: Joel Dehlin, Kuali

Monday : 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Each year, your institution makes dozens to hundreds of revisions to courses and programs, on top of new course and program proposals. Faculty, review committees, academic affairs, enrollment management, and the registrar's office spend countless hours involved in the curriculum management process. Is it a simple, efficient process?

Location: Salon B

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11:15 am - 12:15 pm

Student E-File: Going Paperless with Unstructured Student Records - Salon C

Presenters: Stephen Lopez, Glasgow Caledonian University

Monday : 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

The session will provide an overview of a Student E-File project, which aims to store and organise all unstructured student record information from across various elements of the institution. The session will provide an oversight of the need for change, the aims and the change management project being implemented to achieve success.

Location: Salon C

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Roundtable: Imaging and Workflow - Platinum 7

Presenters: Mark McConahay,

Monday : 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

Round Table open to all transfer and tech conference attendees! Please come join the Imaging and workflow discussion, ask questions and share ideas.

Location: Platinum 7

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Data Mining and Analysis: Using Social Media and Interaction Data for Proactive Engagement - Platinum 10

Presenters: Jim Bouse, University of Oregon

Monday : 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

Explore ways that online IBM Watson tools can be used to analyze unstructured data. Using the University of Oregon as the example, a primary takeaway from this session will be the knowledge of all the Watson tools you can access online, for free. Additionally, we will discuss ways the tools can be used with the analysis of social media as well as with unstructured data to enhance student recruitment.

Location: Platinum 10

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Oracle PeopleSoft Campus Solutions - Platinum 9

Presenters: Mark Armstrong, Oracle Campus Solutions

Monday : 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

Oracle Solutions for Education & Research help organizations harness the power of the cloud, along with mobile and social technologies, to modernize systems and processes and accelerate the transformation to a modern campus. Oracle delivers innovative solutions to help improve outcomes, streamline operations, and meet the expectations of today's students.

Location: Platinum 9

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Powering Portability: EDexchange Launch by PESC'S Common Data Services Task Force - Salon A

Presenters: Thomas Black, Stanford University; Tim Calhoon, California Community Colleges Technology Center; Lou Delzompo, California Community Colleges Technology Center; Monterey Sims, University of Phoenix

Monday : 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

In December 2011 PESC created the Common Data Services (CDS) Task Force with the mission to improve security, reliability, efficiency and speed in the transfer of education data. Leaders within the California Community College System requested this community development and service through PESC, submitting a formal, open Letter of Intent. After much analysis and planning to ensure alignment and interoperation with all other community-based initiatives, CDS is formally announcing, EdExchange.

Location: Salon A

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Don't File Me Away: How to Keep Transfer Agreements Up-to-Date and Useful for Current and Future Students - Salon G

Presenters: David Villarroel, DePaul University; Rebecca Popelka, DePaul University

Monday : 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

Transfer Agreements between higher education institutions are at an all-time high. With so many Transfer Agreements is place, it has become increasingly difficult to keep track and insure that all agreements are known and utilized by staff at community colleges. We invite you to take part in a round-table discussion that will include college partnerships, best practices and what keeps YOUR agreements up-to-date and useful to current and future students.

Location: Salon G

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Transfer Transparency: Engaging the Post-traditional Student Through Self-Service Transfer Credit Exploration...Before They Apply - Platinum 8

Presenters: Craig Maslowsky, Excelsior College

Monday : 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

Post-traditional students demand up-front information to help them make an informed decision about their educational options. Prospective students are behaving more like consumers and institutions aiming to enrollment them must be prepared, even before the application.Excelsior College, a 40,000 student, non-profit, online institution, changed processes and added technology to provide website visitors with transfer credit and cost information up front. Hear about their experience and results.

Location: Platinum 8

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The American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) Pathways Project: Making the Case for Guided Pathways at Irvine Valley College - Salon J

Presenters: Craig Hayward, Irvine Valley College

Monday : 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

The AACC Pathways Project brought together stakeholder groups to reexamine how Irvine Valley College orients, places, directs, teaches, tracks, and supports students. Research, analysis and professional development paved the way for major redesigns in program mapping, meta-majors, developmental education, and matriculation. This session will explore how collaboration, planning and data have allowed us to chart a clearer path for the institution and for our students.

Location: Salon J

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CourseLeaf CLSS: Streamlining the Schedule of Classes Process - Salon K

Presenters: Bryan Blackwell, CourseLeaf from Leepfrog Technologies

Monday : 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

CourseLeaf Section Scheduler (CLSS) gives institutions a toolkit that enables them to plan and coordinate their classroom offerings across campus. Registrars and departments can easily build the schedule to maximize room resources and provide students with better access to classes. Institutional scheduling initiatives are communicated and applied through the built-in rules engine. Learn how your institution can move to a new level of scheduling efficiency with CourseLeaf CLSS!

Location: Salon K

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Transcript Ordering Platforms: Still Shopping? - Salon H

Presenters: Mark McConahay, ; Scott Owczarek, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Rob Ftizgerald, Brown University

Monday : 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

Is your institution still shopping for a transcript ordering and fulfillment provider? A panel of institutional representatives will provide their take on their respective vendor solutions. Included will be an overview of each solution's integration with the institution's SIS; implementation timeline/overview; administrative user interface & associated reporting; any customization and/or business practice changes deployed, and an overview of fee structures/fulfillment options.

Location: Salon H

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It's a Small (Credential) World: Issue Digital Diplomas and Receive Verified International Credentials from China - Salon D

Presenters: Maureen Pope, University of Nebraska At Omaha; Matthew Pittinsky, Parchment, Inc.

Monday : 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

Join this session to learn how University of Nebraska Omaha is receiving verified credentials from China via CHESICC, and how you can issue Digital Diplomas to all of your graduates. Have a verified digital diploma waiting in your grad's inbox before they finish crossing the stage that can be shared securely on LinkedIn, Facebook, and with organizations around the world. Whether they are coming or going, digital credentials will help you support your students wherever they are.

Location: Salon D

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Empower Your Students by Simplifying Scheduling! How Student Schedule Planning Benefits the Entire Institution - Salon B

Presenters: Mike Ayers, College Scheduler

Monday : 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

Imagine the smoothest registration your institution has ever experienced. Now add benefits for Advising, Orientation staff, and the Registrar's office. College Scheduler will demonstrate how one solution can alleviate registration frustration, provide administration with critical course demand data, increase advising efficiency, and streamline orientation.

Location: Salon B

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12:30 pm - 2:45 pm

What is the Future of ERPs? - Marquis Center

Presenters: Liz Dietz, Workday; Mark Armstrong, Oracle; Kari Branjord, Ellucian

Monday : 12:30 pm - 2:45 pm

Three panelists—each of whom represents an SIS provider—will provide some guidance regarding the future of ERPs. The representatives will be asked to provide the salient characteristics of their solutions, the primary distinctions that define their systems, and their roadmaps for future development of their systems.

Location: Marquis Center

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3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Distributed Schedule of Classes: How to Enable 90 Scheduling Officers to Update their Schedule of Classes! - Salon H

Presenters: Jalane Deckard, Indiana University Bloomington

Monday : 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Learn how the IU Registrar used their SIS and CART (online request system) to move the entire Schedule of Classes lifecycle from a paper/pdf/email process to an online, data-validated system of data collection. The development of user-specific access and data filters allowed the process of updating to be distributed outside of the Registrar's Office to departments. We will discuss the gains achieved in data accuracy and consistency, as well as efficiencies made in processing speed.

Location: Salon H

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Scheduling Exams: More Students, More Courses, More Exams, Less Space, Better Results—How We Do It - Salon C

Presenters: Gerry (Zeljka) Karlovic, University of Toronto Mississauga

Monday : 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

As student enrolment increases so does the number of final examinations. We endeavour to promote student success by producing conflict free spread out examination schedules while giving students the best possible physical environment for writing. In 2012 we lost exam space, yet we achieved the best scheduling results in 15 years using Infosilem EnCampus™ - Exam. Examinations have continued to increase since 2012 - we have continued to produce spread out conflict free examination schedules.

Location: Salon C

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Beyond The Classroom Matters: Structuring Data for the Comprehensive Student Record - Platinum 9

Presenters: Robert Askins, University of South Carolina - Columbia; Pam Bowers, University of South Carolina - Columbia

Monday : 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Beyond The Classroom Matters is a project begun several years ago at the University of South Carolina to create a more comprehensive, holistic record of student's collegiate experience. Presenters will describe USC's efforts to structure, collect, organize, and analyze data on students' co-curricular involvement, in order to improve the educational experience, demonstrate accountability, and provide consumer information about the educational experience at our institution.

Location: Platinum 9

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Workday Student - Salon A

Presenters: Liz Dietz, Workday, Inc.; Adriana Farella, Workday, Inc.; Dianne Rosario, Workday, Inc.

Monday : 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Designed for today's mobile generation, Workday Student is the first true cloud application for higher education. Learn how Workday Student will transform the way institutions serve and satisfy their constituents.

Location: Salon A

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The Golden Standard of Collaboration: PESC Partnerships - Salon G

Presenters: Michael Sessa, PESC; Rick Torres, National Student Clearinghouse; Matthew Pittinsky, Parchment; Thomas Black, Stanford University; Thomas McKechney, Credentials Solutions

Monday : 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

AACRAO's roots in digital standardization stretch back as far as the early 1980's with SPEEDE formed 1991. AACRAO and SPEEDE helped form PESC in 1997. With a solid foundation, PESC Approved Standards are now implemented across the U.S., Canada and are now spreading around the world. Our panel will examine how PESC Standards (e.g., like HS and College Transcripts, etc.) are being used. PESC's partners are leading the effort to enable portability of education data around the world.

Location: Salon G

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MyTransferCredit: Technology in a Shifting and Changing Market - Salon J

Presenters: Frank Yanchak, Franklin University; Rachel Dunphy, Franklin University

Monday : 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Franklin University is able to provide on-demand unofficial transfer credit evaluations that provide transparency and shorten the buying cycle for prospective students. MyTransferCredit (MTC) is a web-based application that links prospective students directly to the University's transfer credit and articulation database. MTC provides estimated degree completion dates and a monetary value of the credit toward the total cost of the degree.

Location: Salon J

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Building American University's Transfer Articulation Database - Platinum 8

Presenters: Ariadna Figueredo, American University

Monday : 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

American University will explain its experience developing a homegrown transfer articulation process and database. We will describe our online recruitment tool, SharePoint distribution system and reporting and auditing mechanisms.

Location: Platinum 8

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The Interstate Passport: An Outcomes-Based Block Transfer Framework - Platinum 10

Presenters: Pat Shea, WICHE; Michael Torrens, Utah State University; Roland Squire, Utah State University

Monday : 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

The Passport is a new framework for block transfer of lower division general education based on learning outcomes and proficiency criteria. Faculty, registrars, and institutional researchers from 16 states have designed or are testing this new system to streamline transfer students' pathways to graduation. As a U S Department of Education 2015 First in the World grantee, the Passport is expanding its infrastructure to the national level.

Location: Platinum 10

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Roundtable: Private and Liberal Arts Transfer - Platinum 7

Presenters: Cassandra Keithley, Whitman College

Monday : 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Private institutions, and many liberal-arts only institutions, are struggling with enrolling transfer students. Do you work at one of these institutions? This round table discussion will afford you the chance to talk with colleagues from similar institutions about building the transfer student pipeline, articulating transfer credit, awarding competitive scholarships, and more. Bring your issues, questions and successes to share.

Location: Platinum 7

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The Clearinghouse, Digital Credentials, and You! - Salon B

Presenters: Dave Landry, National Student Clearinghouse; Doug Falk, National Student Clearinghouse

Monday : 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Effectively managing student mobility requires efficient ways to exchange student academic credentials, certificates, etc. The Clearinghouse will describe how it will support data exchange domestically and internationally, emphasizing standards.

Location: Salon B

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The Paper Trail Ends Here: Fullerton's Paperless Curriculum and Catalog Success - Salon D

Presenters: Gail Matsunaga, California State University - Fullerton; Ben Perez, California State University - Fullerton; John Schoenborn, DIGARC

Monday : 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

CSU Fullerton's Gail Matsunaga and Ben Perez will share how their teams conquered an outdated paper-based curriculum approval and catalog process by implementing Curriculog and Acalog, fully configurable, web-based curriculum and catalog management systems.

Location: Salon D

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4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

Rockin' the Pre-Enrollment Process: Filling Classes Fairly by Designating, Assigning, Enrolling - Salon C

Presenters: Ethan Bernhardt, Indiana University - Bloomington

Monday : 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

This summer IU is implementing a pre-enrollment pilot program for incoming freshmen. Using tools developed locally (Registrar and Undergrad Ed), ~3,500 students will be designated, assigned to a class, and enrolled. The designation tool (MS Access) provides student context and a means to create subgroups. Each subgroup is serially packaged and fed into the assignment tool to build a conflict free schedule for the students and fed into SIS to complete registration.

Location: Salon C

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Beyond the Blockchain: Adding Trust to Digital Credentials - Salon D

Presenters: Thomas Black, Stanford University; Brendan Farmer, Stanford University; Jared Drummon, Stanford University

Monday : 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

As universities begin to translate more of their student credentials into digital form, verifying this data in a manner that is agnostic to file format (PDF, XML, etc.) takes on greater importance. We propose a novel method for credential verification: blockchains and "transparency logs”. Further, we argue this model is better than relying on the blockchain itself, because logs offer the benefits of blockchain-based systems without added complexity. We also look ahead to future possibilities.

Location: Salon D

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Roundtable: Comprehensive Student Record - Platinum 7

Presenters: Mark McConahay,

Monday : 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

Comprehensive Student Record - A Discussion. Join your colleagues in discussion of the practices and technology that are enabling the expansion and effectiveness of communicating the career experiences of our students.

Location: Platinum 7

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Kuali Student - Salon B

Presenters: Joel Dehlin, Kuali.co

Monday : 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

Kuali Student allows institutions to manage the complete lifecycle of courses and programs with simple, yet powerful and flexible workflow, rules, and forms. Come hear how Kuali Student can support your campus and where we are on our development roadmap.

Location: Salon B

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State-of-the-Art Digital Signage for Little or No Cost to Large Universities or Small Colleges! - Salon A

Presenters: Jeffery Bunker, Brigham Young University; Rob Cook, Brigham Young University; Michael Kemp, Brigham Young University

Monday : 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

Have you ever wanted integrated digital signage but cost or politics have gotten in the way? This presentation will guide you to an exceptional solution for no (or very little cost). Whether you are a big institution or a small college, if you want digital signage, this is for you!

Location: Salon A

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How to Build Articulation Agreements - Platinum 9

Presenters: Seth Kamen, Montgomery College

Monday : 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

Are you responsible for building Articulation Agreements? if yes, this session will help you understand the different types of agreements, and offer a hands on approach for building successful agreements. Step by step instructions, including examples, will be shared. Attendees are invited to bring their own agreements with them to get feedback and suggestions.

Location: Platinum 9

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University of Hawai'i System's Successful Automatic Transfer Admission Program - Salon G

Presenters: Susan Nishida, University of Hawaii System; Joanne Itano, University of Hawaii System

Monday : 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

Automatic Transfer Admission is an initiative that allows students completing their associate degree from any University of Hawai'i Community College to transfer seamlessly to any UH four-year campus without having to submit another application and pay an application fee. In this session, we will share our process, six years of data and a communication plan, which ultimately resulted in a smoother transition for our community college students.

Location: Salon G

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Implementing Georgia's High School Dual Enrollment Program - Salon J

Presenters: Penelope Overcash, Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia; Lisa Baldwin, Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia; Daphene Blackmon, University System of Georgia

Monday : 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

Join us to learn about Georgia's law, our process to administer the program, and how all these agencies worked together to train high school counselors and college advisors across the state.

Location: Salon J

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Using Technology Tools to Meet Outrageous Transfer Articulation Service Agreements - Platinum 10

Presenters: Susan Eveland, University of Oregon

Monday : 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

UO evaluates more than 21,000 transcripts annually, all within a 3-5 day service agreement time frame. This session covers techniques for tracking work, tips for making and storing equivalencies, then serving them to the public. Other topics include OrACRAO Curriculum Template, Study Abroad Web Look-up, "Hands-Free AP Score Processing", "Hands-Free EDI Processing,” and "Hands-Free Reverse Transfer." All of these ensure timely, accurate and fair transfer articulation for all students.

Location: Platinum 10

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Bogus Credentials and Diploma Mills - Salon H

Presenters: LesLee Clauson Eicher, AACRAO's International Education Services (IES)

Monday : 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

What do we mean by "bogus credentials”? In this session we'll examine the myriad ways that document fraud is committed: from altered and tampered-with documents, to forgeries and documents created "from scratch” and sold to an unsuspecting public. We'll discuss what diploma mills are, why they are a problem, who they victimize, and what you can do to protect your institution from diploma mill fraud. We'll examine the case of Liberia, as well as a couple cases closer to home.

Location: Salon H

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An Update on the Comprehensive Student Records Project - Platinum 8

Presenters: Tom Green, AACRAO; Amelia Parnell, NASPA; Daniel Kellogg, University of Wisconsin-Extension; Laurie Dodge, Brandman University

Monday : 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

AACRAO and NASPA have been working this year with 12 American institutions to assist their development of comprehensive student records. These innovations expand the information available to students, other higher education institutions, employers and others to more fully demonstrate student learning and achievement, inside and outside the classroom. This session will provide an update on the project and emerging models of the next generation of student records.

Location: Platinum 8

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Announcing DegreeData.com—An Alternative Database of College Catalogs for Transfer Credit Evaluation - Salon K

Presenters: Anne Valentine, SmartCatalog

Monday : 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

Join SmartCatalog as we unveil the first alternative repository of college catalogs this century. Announcing DegreeData‐‐A comprehensive and searchable resource for course descriptions. By marrying SmartCatalog's proven technology with DegreeData, you'll be able to manage transfer credit evaluation, syllabi, catalogs and curriculum in a single system. Stop learning more software and start getting more done.

Location: Salon K

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Tuesday

8:00 am - 9:00 am

Streamlining an Outlier Process with Existing Technology - Platinum 10

Presenters: Michelle Daughhetee, University of Alabama; Lauren Bennett, University of Alabama

Tuesday : 8:00 am - 9:00 am

After years of working to rid the Registrar's Office of paper files, only two major paper-driven processes remain. Come see how The University of Alabama is utilizing software and applications that already existed on campus to streamline intake, review and communication for the residency for tuition purposes process. We will highlight how tools including Argos, Self-Service Banner, OnBase, Box, Talisma and Microsoft Excel can help you create efficient, paperless processes at your institution.

Location: Platinum 10

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NCAA Tracking - Salon B

Presenters: Cassandra Heavrin, University of Houston - University Park; Corey Hampton, University of Houston-University Park

Tuesday : 8:00 am - 9:00 am

NCAA Tracking Component is a modification of the Oracle/PeopleSoft delivered Graduation Tracking component, with the additional changes to better serve the process of the certification UH Athletes at critical moments throughout the year. This component was developed to eliminate paper, accelerate decision making and ensure a proper check and balance in the certification process.

Location: Salon B

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ERP: Institutional Panel - Platinum 9

Presenters: Mark Simpson, University of Utah; Dennis Cromwell, Indiana University; Julie Fell, University of Iowa; Bob Kubat, Penn State University; Mike Scroggins, Washington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges

Tuesday : 8:00 am - 9:00 am

A panel of campus officers will discuss the issues, challenges, opportunities and future plans associated with the identification and adoption of a new ERP. The panelists will analyze the issues from different perspectives: Adoption from legacy, adoption from existing ERP, chose to develop rather than adopt an ERP and the perspective from the IT organization.

Location: Platinum 9

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Considerations & Best Practices in Electronic Transcript Exchange: EDI, XML, PDF - Salon C

Presenters: Susan Dorsey, University of Colorado - Boulder; Jeff Elliott, University of Missouri System; Roger Lurie, Arizona State University

Tuesday : 8:00 am - 9:00 am

A panel of experts will discuss the considerations and best practices for electronic exchange of student transcripts

Location: Salon C

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Top Lessons from Students on Smoothing the Transition - Salon D

Presenters: Sarah Zauner, Education Advisory Board; David Godow, Education Advisory Board; Scott Booth, Franklin University

Tuesday : 8:00 am - 9:00 am

While 80% of community college students intend to transfer, less than half actually do. Those students who make the leap aren't always handed the right tools to succeed. To help college leaders strengthen transfer enrollments and success, EAB researchers have gone straight to the source—crossing the country to interview hundreds of current and prospective transfer students about how their institutions can ease the transition process. This session will reveal top findings from the research.

Location: Salon D

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Resources for International Transfer Credit -- Getting What You Need with the $$ You Have - Salon G

Presenters: LesLee Clauson Eicher, AACRAO's International Education Services (IES)

Tuesday : 8:00 am - 9:00 am

Resources are key when evaluating international transfer credit. How do we get all of the resources we need to do a fair and accurate job? This session will explore the available print, electronic and web resources available. We'll look at everything from the "big books” to small, lesser-known volumes, to free resources, to the vast body of information available on the web. Attendees will develop a plan to efficiently grow their own arsenal of international transfer credit evaluation resources.

Location: Salon G

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Credit Transfer in a Low-Tech Environment: How to Make It Work - Salon A

Presenters: Kathleen Sindt, Johns Hopkins University; Renee DeMott, Johns Hopkins University

Tuesday : 8:00 am - 9:00 am

In the past 10 years, Johns Hopkins has moved from haphazard transfer credit articulation processes, based on oral history, to written, consistent policies and practices. By partnering with admissions, advising, registrar, and faculty, we now provide a significantly improved transfer credit experience for our students -- accomplished with only the support of our existing student information system. We will share our experiences and provide tips for undertaking review of your own practices.

Location: Salon A

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FERPA and Reverse Transfer: The Latest Word - Platinum 8

Presenters: LeRoy Rooker, AACRAO - American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers

Tuesday : 8:00 am - 9:00 am

Reverse transfer is the process where academic credits for coursework completed at a 4-year institution are transferred back to a community college to satisfy associate degree or certification requirements. But, do you ever wonder what FERPA permits when it comes to the issue of reverse transfer? Get answers to your questions along with the latest FPCO guidance concerning implementing reverse transfer programs.

Location: Platinum 8

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9:15 am - 10:15 am

The Registrar as Enabler: How to Support Electronic Collaboration and Remain FERPA Compliant - Salon D

Presenters: Ann West, Michigan Tech/Internet2; John Papinchak, Carnegie Mellon University

Tuesday : 9:15 am - 10:15 am

Several NSF funded projects identified a group of schools as not having adequate support to provide seamless access to the consortial resources for campus scientists, researchers, and graduate students. How can you keep your school off this list and remain FERPA compliant (and sleep at night)? Join presenters in an exploration of the problem and how you can work with and use information technology to move national and global collaboration for your constituents.

Location: Salon D

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Midwestern University's Multi-Document e-Delivery Solution for Their Medical Professional Students - Salon B

Presenters: Virginia Bell, Midwestern University

Tuesday : 9:15 am - 10:15 am

Do your students' future employers, residency programs and hospitals require more documents than just transcripts from your Registrar's office? Would these entities welcome secure electronic delivery of multi-document credentialing packages if it were an option? See how one healthcare professional school, Midwestern University, is solving this issue through the development of their own online document storefront and a unique e-delivery partnership.

Location: Salon B

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What is the Future of ERP/SISs? What Did we Learn? - Platinum 8

Presenters: Jim Bouse, University of Oregon

Tuesday : 9:15 am - 10:15 am

In this final session of "What is the Future of ERPs” track, participants will de-brief and help develop the final set of issues, challenges and salient characteristics of ERPS from a student record professional's perspective. Come ready engage colleagues, ask questions, identify issues and future features set most appropriate for our work and campuses. The dialog will be integral for the development of the document to be published after the conference

Location: Platinum 8

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Encouraging Degree-Completion with Georgia's Online Transfer Portal - Platinum 10

Presenters: Penelope Overcash, University System of Georgia Board of Regents; Daphene Blackmon, University System of Georgia; Lisa Baldwin, University System of Geogia Regents

Tuesday : 9:15 am - 10:15 am

We will demonstrate how Georgia's online transfer portal works and go over our process to collect and update course data from postsecondary institutions across the state.

Location: Platinum 10

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Self-Service Delivery of On-Demand Documents: A Transient Letter Example - Salon A

Presenters: Stephanie Linard, University of Alabama; Katheryn Meadows, University of Alabama

Tuesday : 9:15 am - 10:15 am

Providing online delivery of dynamic documents to students via Self-Service Banner can streamline internal processes and improve the student experience. At The University of Alabama, The Office of the University Registrar has automated its Letter of Transiency request process in order to save internal resources and to better meet the needs of its students. This presentation will discuss details of the overall redesign and technical aspects of the development and implementation of this process.

Location: Salon A

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Plenary Primer: Guided Pathways - Platinum 9

Presenters: Stephen Handel, University of California - Office of the President

Tuesday : 9:15 am - 10:15 am

The term "Guided Pathways” has become a favorite buzz word among the higher education community. This session will focus on their foundation -- what they are, the history behind them, why they are being implemented, how different schools are using them -- so that you can be informed for our closing speaker and for when you return to your campus. Attendees are encouraged to bring questions and share their experiences.

Location: Platinum 9

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Pronunciations & Pronouns: Technology for a More Inclusive Campus - Salon C

Presenters: Praveen Shanbhag, Name-Coach; Thomas Black, Stanford University

Tuesday : 9:15 am - 10:15 am

To address growing concerns in today's campus climate around cultural and gender inclusion, Stanford partnered with NameCoach to make audio name pronunciation, pronoun, and other information readily available throughout campus systems. Learn how the new cloud solution is helping design partners to welcome diverse populations and build community, from the classroom to commencement.

Location: Salon C

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10:30 am - 11:30 am

Transition and Transformation: Fostering Transfer Student Success - Marquis Center

Presenters: Stephen Handel, University of California - Office of the President

Tuesday : 10:30 am - 11:30 am

This session touches on some of the new ideas that are swirling around the transfer process, while highlighting some of the traditional values that have made the transfer function one of the most majestic elements of American higher education.

Location: Marquis Center

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