Looks Do Matter: Print Options on the Advisement Report
Session Number: 5157
Track: Academic Advisement
Sub-Categorization: Advisement/Degree Progress Reports
Session Type: Presentation
Primary Presenter: Brian Rockwood [Associate Registrar - University of Connecticut]
Co-Presenter: Louise Larson [University of Connecticut]
Session Length - Primary Choice: Mini Session
Knowledge level : Basic
Target Audience: Functional
Learning Objective 1: Attendees will understand how Campus Solutions determines the order in which to print requirement groups, requirements, and lines.
Learning Objective 2: Attendees will understand the various print options on the advisement report at the requirement group, requirement, and line levels.
Learning Objective 3: Attendees will learn some intermediate level tips and tricks for hiding and displaying requirements to emphasize certain course choices over others.
Prerequisites : None
Advance preparation: No Advance Preparation Required
Version Presenting: PS 9.0
Level of Customization: Bolt-On
Level of Partner Integration: Institution Alone
Project Phase: Production
Project Go Live: Earlier than 2017
Your Training in this Area: 10 years of experience in building the advisement report
Description: This presentation will cover the delivered options available to tailor the way the advisement report looks to students. We will start by introducing the way that the advisement report orders the requirement groups, requirements, and lines. Next, we will go over the print and reporting controls at all levels and demonstrate how they affect what is displayed to students. Finally, we will examine some case studies where the display of lines are deliberately suppressed to “hide” options from students.
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