No, I will be the only presenterCommittee: Group VI: Information Technology
First Learning Outcome: Gain an understanding of the historical and current use cases for Electronic Data Exchange
Second Learning Outcome: Gain insight into current trends and future direction of Electronic Data Exchange
Third Learning Outcome: Learn where to find all the resources to get started with or advance your existing institutional Electronic Data Exchange initiatives
Core Competency: Technological Knowledge
Proficiency: Admissions Proficiencies
Intended Audience: General Audience / Intended for Everyone
Electronic Transcripts have been around for decades. Come hear an update regarding what has already changed, use cases, and some insights into the future of electronic data exchange in education. How can current and evolving technology help your institution differentiate your service and improve the student experience? How can they help your business continuity strategies?
Joey LaConte University of Colorado Boulder
Electronic Transcripts: Where Are They Now? -- A Look at the Impact on Institutions and Students
Electronic Transcripts have been around for decades but what has changed and are institutions still using them? How can they help your business continuity strategies and improve the student experience? In what format and for what purpose? What changes does the future hold for this technology? What about other electronic academic documents, both domestic and international? Come find out more!
Submission ID: 18945
Room B117-118: 4/6/2022, 09:00 AM - 09:45 AM