There is still time to view conference sessions!
You have two more months to catch up on sessions from the 2022 CollegeSource Annual Conference. The conference Virtual Hub will remain open to all in-person and virtual conference registrants through November 30, 2022. Access to the virtual hub includes over 40 on-demand user sessions ranging in topic and developed for a variety of skill levels for TES, Transferology, uAchieve, and Schedmule users. If you haven’t registered for the annual conference, you can still register to view the conference session replays, for just $99 (through November 30th).
Below are just a few of the session recordings available in the conference portal. Check out the conference website to see the full list.
|Transfer Solution Sessions||Degree Achievement Sessions|
|• You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know (about TFO)||Implementing uAchieve Planner and Schedule Builder at Minnesota State|
|• Follow the Curriculum: Accounting for Course Changes in TES Equivalencies||You Get an Exception! Exceptions from the Audit|
|• Re-imagining the Community College Transfer Experience||Lockdown – Securing Your uAchieve Cloud|
|• TES User Habits and Trends: a Data Deep Dive||The uAchieve client for clients|
|• Why Would a School Want to Subscribe to Transferology?||uAchieve 5.0 General Updates|
|Transferology: Where We’ve Been, Where We Are Going||uAchieve 5.0 Planner Updates|
|• The Ins and Outs of Evaluation Tracker||Manipulating Course Movement in the Degree Audit|
|• TES Updates||uAchieve 5.0 TES Integration|
|• User-Added Courses in TES: It Works Both Ways!||String Table Review|
Want to learn more about this past summer’s events?
Check out our conference wrap-up article to see what took place live, read attendee feedback, watch a fun video recap, and find out where next summer’s in-person event will take place. We hope to see you next year, as well!
Barriers to educational advancement must be removed so that students of all backgrounds, socioeconomic levels, and ethnicities have the opportunity to earn their degrees. In this eCampus News article, CollegeSource’s Sarah Hatfield calls on colleges and universities to address the equity gap in higher education. Institutions are urged to make education more accessible by diversifying recruitment, increasing student advisement, and taking steps to make the transfer evaluation process more consistent and fair.