CollegiateLink Curriculums: Training for Administrators

CollegiateLink Curriculums: Training for Administrators Dan Norton
  • CollegiateLink Series

Date: Feb 24, 2014 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

Skill Level: Intermediate

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This session will be an in depth review of the features of the CollegiateLink Curriculums module. Curriculums automates the tracking of student progress across certification programs, first year experiences, passport programs, and many other student affairs initiatives. It will cover the different implementation strategies and best practices for usage. We will cover both simple single domain curriculums and also complex multi domain/ multiyear large scale curriculums. This session is designed to be both an overview for new users and also cover advanced topics for seasoned users. Note: Some of the features discussed require licensing of the CollegiateLink Curriculums module. Contact us if you are unsure about your institution’s license.

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