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These trainings are often done by top Alliance and regional conference session performers and allow you to ask questions and interact directly with the presenter. E-Academy webinars provide a great opportunity to learn year-round especially for those who are not able to attend HEUG conferences.

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  • Wednesday
    19
    May

    Academic Requirements 201

    May 19, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (ET)
    This session will provide a deeper look at academic requirements. Creating and using course lists, entity groups, dynamic conditions, student groups in advising, tests in advising, derived course lists, course attributes, etc. will be detailed and brought to fruition in an academic requirement and academic requirement group. Speaker: Dede Young, Acting Associate Director, Northern Illinois University #AA ​

  • Friday
    21
    May

    Academic Advising Coffee Hour

    May 21, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (ET)
    Do you have questions about Academic Advisement (AA)? Is there something you want to share about your experience using AA? Do you want to connect and network with other AA users? Here is your chance. Join us to an informal hour of AA talk. #AA ​

  • Monday
    24
    May

    Learn how to Manage your Cloud Resources

    May 24, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM (ET)
    As more and more higher education institutions adopt cloud EPM, ERP and CRM solutions, it becomes clear that the technology requires new skill sets and more engaged support as it launches institutions into a future state of constant evolution. Learn how to structure your resources so that you have consistent support where you need it as well as expert level help you can tap into on an ad hoc basis. More importantly, understand how to plan for the end state earlier in your cloud journey so that once you build the foundation, you can evolve, grow and transform for generations to come. You will learn: 1. Proven, tested best practices for supporting your cloud technology so-as-to optimize your investment. 2. Understand what organizational structures are needed to support continuous innovation of enterprise cloud applications. 3. Develop strategies for effectively completing major milestones. 4. Learn how to engage end users and leadership to drive long-term adoption. Presenter(s):  @Christopher Esper , Senior Director, Huron Consulting Group @Kyle Willis , Manager, Huron Consulting Group @Kristen Rusnak , M anager, Huron Consulting Group REGISTER #Huron #Finance #ERM ​​​​​​​​

  • Wednesday
    26
    May

    Academic Requirements 201-Part 2

    May 26, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (ET)
    This session as well as Part 3 will involve a live demonstration building out all aspects of the major requirements that were discussed in Part 1's presentation. Speaker: Dede Young, Acting Associate Director, Northern Illinois University

  • Wednesday
    26
    May

    Activity Guide Composer Webinar

    May 26, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (ET)
    Come learn the ins and outs of Activity Guide Composer and Questionnaire Composer. Those familiar with Task Management Activity Guides and those brand new to Activity Guides should walk away with some new knowledge and tips and tricks. Speaker: Jamie Frances Rose Polizzi, Information Systems Analyst, UT Dallas CPE ELIGABLE Credits: 1 Field of Study: Computer Software & Applications Learning Objective 1: Learn about activity guide composer basics Learning Objective 2: Learn more advanced features of activity guide composer Learning Objective 3: Learn about questionnaire framework and acknowledgment framework

  • Thursday
    27
    May

    World of Integrations - Community & Coffee Chat

    May 27, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM (ET)
    Please join the Technical & Reporting Advisory Group and Student Cloud Task Force for a dual community coffee chat on the topic of Integrations. Bring your questions, ideas, and topics to share. Hosted by TRAG & Student Cloud Task Force

  • Friday
    28
    May

    PS Query for Functional Users - Intermediate to Advanced - Part I

    May 28, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (ET)
    Learn how to get more out of your queries as we take a look at some of the query functionality that UT Dallas has found to be the most helpful. We use PS Query for population selections, reports, pagelets, and more, and would love to share what features and functionality we have found the most helpful over the years! This session is aimed at functional users with an intermediate level of knowledge with PS Query, and is part one of a two part series. We will cover the following in Part I: • Review of some basics/different query types • Unions • Drilling URLs • Transformations Speaker(s): Jamie Polizzi, Information Systems Analyst, University of Texas at Dallas This event is free and available to the public! REGISTER #TRAG ​

  • Wednesday
    2
    June

    Academic Requirements 201-Part 3

    Jun 2, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (ET)
    This "Part 3" session will complete the major requirement build that was started last week in Part 2, as well as reviewing the academic requirement reports to see how everything comes together. Speaker: Dede Young, Acting Associate Director, Northern Illinois University #AA ​

  • Wednesday
    2
    June

    Elements of Engagement for Presentations

    Jun 2, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (ET)
    Participants will learn how to: -Interact and engage -Excite the audience -Ensure learning and retention Speaker(s): Normandy Roden, Director, Finance & Procurement Business Services,   University of Colorado *Part of the  HEUG Presenter Certificate program . You can attend for a certificate or for general knowledge.

  • Monday
    7
    June

    PS Query for Functional Users - Intermediate to Advanced - Part II

    Jun 7, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (ET)
    Learn how to get more out of your queries as we take a look at some of the query functionality that UT Dallas has found to be the most helpful. We use PS Query for population selections, reports, pagelets, and more, and would love to share what features and functionality we have found the most helpful over the years! This session is aimed at functional users with an intermediate level of knowledge with PS Query, and is part two of a two-part series. We will cover the following in Part II: • Expressions o Miscellaneous expressions o Regular Expressions o Meta-SQL • What else can we do with queries? Creating Queries as content references, related content, and in advanced BI reports • Auditing queries we have created -- how to query on your queries Speaker: Jamie Polizzi, Information Systems Analyst, University of Texas at Dallas

  • Tuesday
    15
    June

    Visual Design and Resources for Presentations

    Jun 15, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (ET)
    Participants will learn how to: -Identify guidelines for visual design in slides and other presentation resources -Evaluate the ongoing (post-presentation) value of developing resources such as handouts -Identify where to find copyright-free resources -Discuss the special challenges of designing content and visuals for poster sessions Speaker(s): Normandy Roden, Director, Finance & Procurement Business Services,   University of Colorado *Part of the  HEUG Presenter Certificate program . You can attend for a certificate or for general knowledge.

  • Thursday
    17
    June

    Using a Pivot Tile to Identify and Communicate Critical Data Corrections

    Jun 17, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (ET)
    See how UMass created a pivot tile that the campuses in the University system use to identify and correct data errors that can cause processing problems. The Pay Period Review tile enables campuses to instantly see if they have data errors, and then click on an error to be sent to the online page where the correction can be done. This custom tile replaced reports, manual SQL audits, and email notifications from the Payroll support team to the campus leads. This is not in depth session on how to create pivot tiles and queries, but rather an illustration of one way they can be used. Speaker(s): Laura Neill, UMass #HCM #TechnicalandReportingAdvisoryGroup ​​​​

  • Tuesday
    22
    June

    Fluid 101: You won't drown, it's only Fluid!

    Jun 22, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (ET)
    A successful implementation of Fluid requires a lot of pieces to come together and work in cohesion. Not only must the technology aspects align but also the mindset of all users needs to be aligned. When DePaul University upgraded to CS9.2 we had the option to either stay on classic pages or take the opportunity and go to Fluid pages. Going Fluid would mean a very dramatic change to the look and feel of Campus Solutions. In addition, to look and feel, there would also be a huge change to the navigation for all users. In essence, we were going to change the entire portal for our Campus population and that would mean a learning curve and in-depth training for the entire user population. After almost 10 years of little change, this was a large undertaking. This presentation talks about why we made the decision to go Fluid, how we discussed and got buy-in from key areas around the university, how the discussions led to a uniform design of home pages and tiles. This presentation will also talk about the efforts that went into Communication and Training and briefly touch upon the technical aspects of creating Tiles and Navigation collections. Speaker: Shaheda Taji, Sr. IT Project Manager, DePaul University

  • Tuesday
    22
    June

    Whiteboards in a Remote Environment; from Challenges to What Works!

    Jun 22, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (ET)
    Whiteboards are a great tool when it comes to mapping out business processes, collecting requirements, drawing out network diagrams. Moving into a remote or hybrid environment how did you replace your whiteboard? Join me as we discuss the challenges when it comes to diagramming, drawing out workflows and what tools are on the market to replace those whiteboards that used to be in your building, conference room, or office. Speaker: Angela O'Leary, Lead Project Manager, North Dakota University System

  • Wednesday
    23
    June

    PSUG Financial Community Discussion

    Jun 23, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (ET)
    Join other public sector professionals for an open discussion on some. Starting topics will include:  PUM upgrades PeopleSoft Test Framework Workflow training You'll be able to submit additional topics or specific questions you have during your registration. #PSUG

  • Thursday
    24
    June

    SR Birds of a Feather

    Jun 24, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (ET)
    Please join is for an open discussion of current SR topics. Moderated by:  Rachael Daniel, Assistant Director of Systems, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

  • Tuesday
    20
    July

    ElasticSearch 101 - What, Where, How and…Why is it needed?

    Jul 20, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (ET)
    ElasticSearch is the tool/process Oracle has delivered to allow searching of objects and information within Peoplesoft. While Elastic search exists within all pillars (HR, FIN, CS) this discussion will focus on the use of ElasticSearch within Campus Solutions (CS). In my experience, ElasticSearch, in CS, was introduced primarily to work in tandem with the Fluid Class and Catalog Search and Enrollment functions. While ElasticSearch can be used for many other functional areas, Class and Catalog searching was the primary delivered purpose. We will look at the following areas of interest related to ElasticSearch without going too deep into any one of the topics: • Why set up ElasticSearch? • What is needed to set up ElasticSearch? • Where are all the pages that can affect the set-up, testing, and administration? • How we have used ElasticSearch at Clarkson. • Who needs to be involved? Speaker: David Slater, Programmer Analyst, Clarkson University

  • Thursday
    29
    July

    Virtual Presentations

    Jul 29, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (ET)
    Participants will learn how to: -Identify the needs of a remote audience -Determine how to adjust content for a remote audience -Determine the best use of visuals for a remote audience -Identify elements of engagement appropriate to creating an interactive learning experience online Speaker(s): Normandy Roden, Director, Finance & Procurement Business Services,   University of Colorado *Part of the  HEUG Presenter Certificate program . You can attend for a certificate or for general knowledge.

  • Thursday
    14
    October

    Query Manager 101

    Oct 14, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (ET)
    This presentation is designed for new Query Manager users and will provide a detailed analysis of each of the tabs and the general purpose of each. During our discovery of each tab, we will look at creating basis queries, joining records and adding criteria and prompts. Speaker: Paula McDaniel, Reporting Education Instructor, Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges #TRAG ​