2018 E-live Scholarships

Scholarships for Ellucian Live 2018, April 8-11, 2018 in San Diego, CA

The PowerCampus Users Group is pleased to again announce scholarships which will cover the Ellucian Live 2018 conference registration cost for up to three attendees, each from a different institution. We are hoping that this will assist PowerCampus users to participate who have institutional budget restrictions that place Ellucian Live out of reach.

This year, we have devised specific roles for each scholarship recipient. These roles are as follows:

·         PowerCampus Visibility Coordinator- Assist PowerCampus attendees to be more visible to each other and the larger Ellucian community.

·         PowerCampus Feedback Coordinator- Assist the PowerCampus community in gathering feedback through online or paper surveys. Assist during the annual user group lunch meeting (Wednesday, April 11).

·         PowerCampus Attendee Connection- Reach out to first-time Powercampus E-Live attendees using various methods and encourage community interaction. Assist in planning meet-ups during the conference.

In order to apply for one of these scholarships, please tell us for which scholarship role you would like to apply and how you would use that role to contribute to our PowerCampus users community.  You may apply for one role or all of the roles listed. Please include an assurance that your institution would be able to cover your transportation, hotel, food costs, etc.  Each scholarship will only cover the actual conference registration fee expense.

Winners will be chosen by the Powercampus Users Group Board. Please submit your entries to Laurie Strothman (lstrothm@ringling.edu). Deadline for submission is December 1, 2017. Winners will be notified as quickly as possible in order to allow registration prior to December 15.

 

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Please select up to 5 topics to vote on.  PCUG will publish this to let presenters know which topics are popular.  Contact us if you are willing to present on one of these topics.

 

PCUG Discuss – Migrating from PowerCampus Portal to Ellucian Portal

Topic:
Migrating from PowerCampus Portal to Ellucian Portal

Description:
College of Saint Mary migrated from PowerCampus Portal to Ellucian Portal.  The project required a new version of Sharepoint and a complete redesign of the portal site.  This presentation will cover the process CSM followed and discussion on lessons learned and things we would do differently in the future.

Presenter:
Victoria Hoskovec
Vice President for Institutional Technology
College of Saint Mary

When:
Wednesday, August 23rd at 2:00pm EST.

Webex Recording:
https://meetings.webex.com/collabs/url/TNfSkp69WIEGIwkSnuaPY6FEbBWKBYZbI2JQ9ae4BsO00000

PCUG Discuss – Custom Integrations

Topic:
Custom Integrations with PowerCampus

Description:Western Technical College has multiple custom integrations that they have setup to either import or export data from or to other systems.  Josh Kinstler will be presenting a technical overview of these integrations.  Some of the custom integrations include GP (HR/Finance), PowerFaids (Finacial Aid), Blackboard (LMS), Nebraska Books (Book store), Academic Works (Scholarship management) and curriculum on their website.

Presenter:
Josh Kinstler
Database Administrator
Western Technical College

When:
Wednesday, July 19th at 2:00pm EST.

Webex Recording:
https://meetings.webex.com/collabs/url/rmnZVvB8FfUfrWp-kfRsAzsJF_WfGfHXiY9aOnacugW00000 

PCUG Discuss – CRM Discussion

PCUG Discuss – CRM Discussion
Discuss CRM options and what others have implemented

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 2:00PM EST.

Registration:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pcug-discuss-crm-discussion-tickets-34700619487?ref=estw

Recording:  PowerCampus Users Group’s Discuss – CRM with Western-20170524 1744-1.arf

We have several starter questions we plan to ask the group concerning CRM on your campus:

1. What package is everyone currently using?

2. At what point does the prospect move from the CRM to a student in Powercampus?

3. Who manages the CRM environment on your campus?

4. Is your recruitment staff included in your Admissions department?

5. Does the CRM interact with your student Portal?

6. If you have a CRM – how many staff are required to maintain it?

This will be a great discussion, don’t miss it.