Student Records Track


About This Track

Traditional software has typically been on premise, where it has been installed, used, and maintained locally and under control of, the customer. Increasingly, Oracle and other vendors are focusing on developing cloud-based applications, where programs and data are stored offsite and access to the application occurs remotely, via the web. There are many factors which may go into the decision to move to cloud-based software, including cost, security, compliance, the end-user experience, and the need to customize vs. configure. In this track, you will hear from Oracle and other vendors highlighting their Cloud-based software offerings as well as reports from institutional members who have decided to move forward with cloud-based software solutions.

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A Few of Our Sessions

Oracle Student Management Cloud. We did it!

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Leslie Gardner
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Student Cloud Administrator for Division of Continuing Studies

In early 2020, University of Wisconsin-Madison went live with Oracle Student Management Cloud with our first Non Credit pilot program. We will discuss how we got there, give you a demo of the system and discuss some of our gotchas and workarounds.

Butler University’s Student Financial Planning Implementation

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Jami M Kong
Butler University
Senior Information Systems Analyst/Team Lead

Butler University will discuss our Student Financial Planning (SFP) implementation. We’ll give some insight into our journey as an Early Adopter and integrating with Campus Solutions.

The Cloud will disrupt our roles, now is the time to thrive.

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Lindsey Konerza
University of Minnesota
Financial Aid Business Analyst

Now is the time to take a proactive approach at understanding how transitioning to the Cloud will fundamentally change how we as individuals do business. Listen and dialogue with a panel of people "who've been there, done that."

Our Complete Agenda

Note that this listing below includes sessions from other tracks that we think you may be interested in. If you are using our mobile app, make sure to select the track you see listed below in order to get that session added to your agenda.

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Monday, March 30

Tuesday, March 31

Beyond Scheduling: Trusting A Vendor with Registration?!?
Track: Exhibitor
Tuesday, Mar 31st (8:30 AM - 9:00 AM)
Student Cloud requirements for non-US educational systems
Track: Campfire
Tuesday, Mar 31st (8:30 AM - 9:30 AM)
Student Records focusing on PEAM and evolving to the Cloud Curriculum Registry
Track: Oracle
Tuesday, Mar 31st (8:30 AM - 9:30 AM)
Oracle Campus Community: A Campus Solutions and Cloud Update
Track: Oracle
Tuesday, Mar 31st (9:45 AM - 10:45 AM)
The Cloud will disrupt our roles, now is the time to thrive.
Track: Student Cloud
Tuesday, Mar 31st (9:45 AM - 10:45 AM)
Live Demo of how to Boost Enrollment - Business Transformation
Track: Exhibitor
Tuesday, Mar 31st (10:00 AM - 10:30 AM)
OneBadger:The Journey to Unify UW-Madison Student Information and Learner Records via the Path to the Student Cloud
Track: Student Cloud
Tuesday, Mar 31st (11:15 AM - 12:15 PM)
Butler University’s Student Financial Planning Implementation
Track: Student Cloud
Tuesday, Mar 31st (1:45 PM - 3:45 PM)
CX, Oracle Student Management and Student Financial Planning: Some Examples of Functionality Differentiators in the Cloud
Track: Peer Demos
Tuesday, Mar 31st (4:15 PM - 5:15 PM)
Migrating to Oracle Vocado Student Financial Planning Cloud
Track: Exhibitor
Tuesday, Mar 31st (4:15 PM - 5:15 PM)
New Ways Students Want to Pay
Track: Exhibitor
Tuesday, Mar 31st (4:15 PM - 5:15 PM)
Spotlight on Student Cloud: Butler, Juilliard and Penn State Discuss their Unique Student Transformation Journeys
Track: Exhibitor
Tuesday, Mar 31st (4:15 PM - 5:15 PM)

Wednesday, April 1