The Office of the Registrar offers training opportunities for IUB staff and administrators in topics such as FERPA compliance, the IUIE student records reporting environment, and how to navigate the IU Workflow applications such as eDrop/eAdd and eGrade Change.
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This training session covers a basic overview of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (e.g., what constitutes a student record) and includes pertinent information concerning the recent changes to the federal regulations. Practical applications and real life scenarios will be presented and discussed to illustrate the principles and general practices of the campus. It is offered to all Indiana University employees on the Bloomington campus. For more information on this training session, you may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of the Registrar offers consultation opportunities for administrators and staff learning to use the IUIE reporting environment. Learn to access, download and prepare data for analysis and reporting. We can provide tailored or special consultations for your group or office. For additional information please contact email@example.com.
This training session is offered to provide an overview of the eDrop/eAdd process. This includes instruction on approving and disapproving documents, establishing and maintaining workgroups, and course set-up options available to departments. Additionally, information is provided concerning communication flows (to the students and to the approvers), as well as eDrop/eAdd timelines for future terms. For more information regarding eDrop/eAdd training, please contact eDocsBL@iu.edu.
The electronic-Grade Change (eGC) process is available to all instructors listed on the Schedule of Classes via the One.IU Faculty Center. Help sheets are available on this website, under the eGrade Change link in the Grades & Rosters section.
Administrative reviewers/approvers of these eDocs must be assigned to workgroups, which may be requested via email eDocsBL@iu.edu. Please include the name and username of the personnel to be added/removed from the workgroup, as well as the specific departmental or school affiliation. In addition, certain restricted administrative personnel may be granted access to submit eGrade Changes on behalf of their faculty. To do so, we require a hard-copy memo on departmental letterhead, signed by the chairperson or dean of the unit. The memo must include the name and username of person for whom the request is being made, as well as justification for the administrative access, and should be mailed to: Sofia Panigada, Office of the Registrar, 408 N. Union Street. Training is available once access has been granted. For more information, please email us at eDocsBL@iu.edu or call at (812) 855-6758.
This training session is offered to recorders only
This class provides a hands-on training for completion of degrees. Please contact Kathy Reese at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a training session. Training is provided remotely via Zoom meeting. Please plan on 1/2 to 1 hour for training.
This training session is offered to recorders and their staff only
This class provides a hands-on training for maintaining program/plan stacks. Please contact Anna Poling email@example.com to set up a training session. Training is provided remotely via Zoom meeting. Please plan on 1 hour for the program/plan stack training. If you have any special questions or problems, please bring examples with you for discussion and resolution.
This training session is offered to Scheduling Officers only.
This class is designed to instruct Scheduling Officers in the procedures required to build and maintain their academic unit's schedule of classes for registration periods and throughout the term. The training will help the scheduling officer verify that their course listings are displayed correctly in the online Schedule of Classes and in the online registration system. For more information regarding this training, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.