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Join the Clearinghouse at Ellucian Live 2021

by NSC Blog | Mar 22, 2021 | Clearinghouse News, Postsecondary Data Partnership, Research Services, Transcript & Data Exchange Services |

Are you planning on attending the Ellucian Live virtual conference on April 12-14? If so, make sure you take time to check out the sessions from the National Student Clearinghouse. You can also visit the Clearinghouse’s virtual booth for information on our services and to chat with a Clearinghouse rep, who will be available whenever the live exhibit hall is open.

Postsecondary Data Partnership: Mobilizing for Student Success & Equity
Tuesday, April 13, 3:15 – 4:00 pm, ET
(EL488287)

The Postsecondary Data Partnership (PDP) is a nationwide effort to provide colleges and universities with a fuller picture of student progress and outcomes so they can identify where best to focus their resources. The PDP serves as a hub for collecting, verifying, and reporting data back to participating institutions so they and other educational organizations can focus on using data to help students succeed. The release of an API for data extraction and reporting through PDP’s new partnership with Ellucian speeds this process for Ellucian and non-Ellucian customers alike. During our session, we’ll also share the interactive Tableau dashboards available to PDP participants.

Transcripts in the 21st Century: Are You Ready?
On-demand during conference
Transcripts today are a one-dimensional representation of a learner’s accomplishments, reflecting only the experience and skills earned at their college or university. The future of education demands a multidimensional approach that showcases a learner’s complete record of achievements. This is especially true given the dramatic increase in the demand for data-driven transcripts since the pandemic began. PDF and paper transcripts are fast becoming antiquated as more and more receivers with limited staff and resources are finding them harder to use. Fortunately, the Clearinghouse is always looking toward the future. We have partnered with higher education institutions and companies nationwide and are hard at work on the future state of the multidimensional learner record. Learn how the Clearinghouse plans to make it possible for institutions, like yours, to make the move from PDF and paper transcripts to data and, ultimately, to the multidimensional Comprehensive Learner Record (CLR)!

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