In addition to the two monthly basic TES webinars, six new webinars will be offered each month that focus on a particular topic or function. The webinar topics are:
- Administrator Functions
September 5, 1:00 – 2:00pm EDT or October 1, 2:00 – 3:00pm EDT
This webinar is intended for users with TES Administrator Rights. Learn how to administer your TES account. Add users, set user rights, customize your public display, export equivalencies, view usage statistics, and more.
- Evaluation Tracker
September 10, 12:00 – 1:00pm EDT or October 10, 3:00 – 4:00pm EDT
Learn how to route course descriptions and proposed equivalencies to faculty and staff for evaluation using the Evaluation Tracker workflow feature in TES. Track the approval process and add notes as needed. If desired, store the results as an equivalency.
- TES Reports
September 13, 2:00 – 3:00pm EDT or October 16, 12:00 – 1:00pm EDT
Learn how to run the Course List Report, the Course Change Explorer, and the Equivalency Explorer Reports in TES.
- User Added Courses
September 14, 3:00 – 4:00pm EDT or October 18, 1:00 – 2:00pm EDT
Learn how to create department prefixes and course numbers in TES that are not in your institution’s catalog to use for assigning elective or other credit for courses that transfer with no direct equivalent. User added courses can be used for labeling courses for specific general education areas or specific degree requirements.
- Public View and Import/Export
September 17, 1:00 – 2:00pm EDT or October 22, 2:00 – 3:00pm EDT
Learn how to set up the TES Public View for your institution. The Public View displays your equivalencies on your website for all to view. A current or prospective student can create a list of equivalencies and print this list and/or email the list to themselves or an advisor on your campus. See examples of how some TES clients have set up their Public View.
- Groups and Group Reports
September 19, 12:00 – 1:00pm EDT or October 24, 1:00 – 2:00pm EDT
Learn how to place equivalencies stored in TES into Groups and then use the groupings to create Group Reports. These reports can be used for Articulation Agreements, Transfer Guides, etc. and can be displayed in your Public View.
This year we have invested in improving our training based on your feedback. Experience the results by participating in one of our onsite or online training offerings:
- u.achieve® Transfer Articulation Online Tutorial
August 6-17 and November 5-16
New format, new content, and a new name! This introduction to TA encoding is the first step to understanding the breadth of the u.achieve transfer functionality.
- u.achieve® Basic Encoding Online Tutorial
September 10-21 and October 8-19
New encoders, managers, and IT support staff will benefit from this high-level introduction to basic u.achieve use.
- Transfer Articulation Encoding Workshop
Join us in October to participate in the new TA workshop! As with our other workshops, we put extensive time into revitalizing the materials to create a better experience for participants.
- u.achieve® Intermediate Encoding Workshop
Due to increased demand, we are hosting this workshop a second time this year! Come see us in December for the “beyond basic” approach to u.achieve/DARwin encoding.
Timing is everything! For clients who can’t attend one of our scheduled training opportunities, we’ve created Best Practice Guides.
Best Practice Guides contain step-by-step instructions and tips for best use of the u.achieve software based on our training workshop content. Guides for basic and intermediate content are available now for institutional purchase. We anticipate releasing the TA guide late fall/early winter. View sample content online.
For more details on CollegeSource training, visit CollegeSourceU.