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Sep 13, 2012

uAchieve Degree Audit - Product UpdateThe process for uploading course catalogs to u.select® has changed
In the August u.select release, we removed the course catalog import function from www.transfer.org to improve performance. You can now upload your course catalog to our test site (test.transfer.org). After uploading, notify the u.select team at uselect@collegesource.com and we will move the courses into production.If you need an account for the test system, contact us as above and we will be happy to set one up.

You can use shortcut keys in DARwin/u.achieve®
Handy shortcut keys make data entry a bit easier in DARwin and u.achieve:

  • F4 gets you in and out of the alternate view (as long as your cursor is in the right place)
  • F5 refreshes your open encoding to the last time the component was saved

For the full list of available shortcut keys, select Help/Shortcut Keys from the toolbar.

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Product Updates: TES® & u.achieve®

Sep 06, 2012

CollegeSource is constantly working to improve the performance and features of its products. Last month’s major product releases include:

u.achieve® 4.0.16.2
8/27/2012
The 4.0.16.2 release of u.achieve is the first release of the brand new reporting library that includes support for all three report formats: text, PDF, and HTML. In addition to improved reporting functions, the 4.0.16.2 release focused on two processing issues:

• UACH-947: Improved Com.POSTTR and Com.POSTCOND functionality
• UACH-1075: Adjustment to prevent original course and split course parts from matching in the same requirement group.

For detailed release notes, clients may visit the u.achieve® 4.0.16.2 page in our Support Center.

TES®
9/5/2012
Clicking the puzzle icon when viewing course details in Course Finder has always taken users one step closer to creating a match between the transfer course and a course from their own institution. Now the puzzle piece is grayed out if an equivalency for the transfer course already exists, saving users from clicking into the next screen to discover this and then clicking back out. Also, the ability to change a user’s password has been moved to the User Preferences screen to reduce menu clutter.