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Speaker Series next Wednesday
Employee Training Management Updates
Tips & Tricks
New Star Members
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Hot Topics

Krystal asked if there was a document similar to the Organization Profile doc and got an answer that revealed some great information on an upcoming project that Hank shared with the community.


Your input is valuable. It's nice to know that your input is wanted and valued when it comes to certain changes. Jeff gave us two options for G-FM transactions report that he'd like input on. Check it out here. 

Effective October 19, 2013, new Designated Campus Colleague (DCC) types and sub-categories will be introduced in UAccess Employee. To see the new types and sub-categories that will be available for initiating Manager Self Service DCC requests, follow this thread. 
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Jeff Scwarz
Speaker Series this Wednesday,  Oct. 30th!
Did you know there are several reports in Analytics that can help you monitor your external awards? Are you confused on which ones to use or what the data in the report actually means

Brian Berrellez from the College of Education will be presenting on how UAccess Analytics can be helpful with tasks related to UAccess Student.
  

Don't delay, register today!

 

Employee Training Management Updates
If you want to be included in the email updates for the Employee Training Management project that is in the works, add yourself to the Employee Training Management project listserv by visiting the list site and subscribing to the list. You will need to log in with your NetID.
 
Tips & Tricks
As people get more comfortable with Analytics, they come up with new and creative ways to use the data. One of those ways is getting a bit more attention. I'm referring to graphs. Graphs are useful tools. When used properly, they can readily convey important information at a glance. They can also unintentionally confuse us. Follow this thread to get some pointers on how to use different types of graphs to display your information. 
  
 
What might come as second nature to you might be something that a colleague still has questions on. You can be a hero to your coworkers by sharing your knowledge in the Tips & Tricks thread and they might be featured in next month's newsletter!
 
The UAccess Community is a fun and active place for anyone to find answers to their UAccess questions. If you have a question, don't be shy and ask away!

 

New Star Members
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Drum roll, please!....

 Jeff Schwarz is often jumping in to posts with great information. Even though Jeff works for EIA and can't earn a bronze star, we need to acknowledge his work in the Community. Thank you, Jeff! Keep it up. (Also, there was no way I was passing up a chance to put Gir in our newsletter. 'Cause who doesn't love Gir?). 

To become a Star Member, make sure to continue to post great questions and, even better, answer your peer's questions! 

You can find details about the Star Members program in the Welcome Center. And if you're interested in nominating a colleague, let us know.