AACRAO SPEEDE Committee: Promoting The Understanding of Electronic Transcript Exchange

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OVERVIEW:

Join members of the AACRAO SPEEDE Committee as they share and discuss developments and technologies in the world of electronic transcript exchange. The discussion will focus on some trends influencing institutional receipt of electronic data, and the issuance of electronic transcripts through exchange services. Other highlights will be on the relative benefits and shortcomings of various types of electronic delivery and the availability and use of approved standards for the K12 and postsecondary community. Time will be provided for attendees to ask questions of the panelists at the end of the webinar.

Who Should Attend?

This webinar is geared toward admissions, registrar, and enrollment, technology professionals interested in implementing the various methods of electronic exchange of student transcript data, or who are looking to leverage their existing efforts and identifying alternative solutions.

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Parchment is the leader in electronic transcript exchange. More than 9,000 high schools (over 30% of the U.S. secondary school market) and postsecondary institutions have exchanged 4 million transcripts using theDocufide by Parchment™ SaaS platform. Beyond providing the cost and operational efficiencies of electronic transcripts, Parchment works with learners and institutions around the world to unlock the value of transcript and credential data – helping people collect, promote, and share their education credentials in simple and secure ways.

Presenters:

Tuan Anh Do, Assistant Director, San Francisco State University

Tuan Anh Do serves as Assistant Director for the System Support Group within Enrollment Management at San Francisco State University going on 15 years. He oversees all the Information Technology needs for Enrollment Management and key on-campus auxiliary units. Tuan is Enrollment Management's main technical contact on a variety of systems, inclusive of being Coordinator for the Student Information System, Coordinator and Oracle DBA for Singularity Document Archive system, Oracle Application Developer, EDI Developer, ASP Web Developer and a shared resource on-campus for issues concerning Data Flow, Transformation and Integration between systems. Tuan has been the California Representative of the AACRAO SPEEDE Committee since 2005 and has served as Vice-Chair of the committee. Tuan has also served as Vice-President and President of the Singularity User's Management Team (SUMiT) as well as being active members of the PESC Change Control Board, PESC Technical Advisory Board and is the current co-chair of the PESC Education Record User's Group.

Doug Holmes, Software Developer, Ontario Universities' Application Centre

Doug has been a software developer at the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC), a centralized admission application processing service for the 20 universities in Ontario, Canada, since 1995. He was part of the original team which developed OUAC's EDI-based postsecondary transcript exchange system, and has supported the OUAC's various proprietary admission application exchange systems. Doug served as the Association of Registrars of Universities and Colleges of Canada (ARUCC) representative to the AACRAO SPEEDE Committee from 1998 - 2005, and has recently rejoined SPEEDE in this same role. He is an avid fan of golden retrievers, movies and almost anything related to the Lord of the Rings.

Matt Bemis, Associate Registrar, University of Southern California

Matt has served as Associate Registrar for Degree Audit and Evaluation Services at USC since 2002. Matt oversees the operations of the Degree Progress department, which is responsible for management and delivery of all degree audit functions, training and support for our academic advising staff on campus with respect to University policies and procedures, and evaluation and degree conferral services.

Introduction from Parchment Executive Sponsor



Dennis Dulniak, Ed.D.,Vice President, Higher Education Services, Parchment, Inc.

Dennis joined Parchment in October 2012 by way of the Avow Systems acquisition and continues to provide quality services for our higher education members and post-secondary community. After retiring from the University of Central Florida as University Registrar in 2009 and culminating 35 years in universities that included Austin Peay, Lander, Ohio Wesleyan, Montana State, Rochester and Dayton, Dennis focused on sales and expanded services with Avow Systems. Georgia Tech, Emory, Vanderbilt, Pittsburgh, University of Tennessee and the University of Central Florida are among the prestigious institutions he has initiated and maintained service relationships while advancing electronic transcripts and other certified document applications.

Dennis earned his doctorate in Higher Education Administration from Montana State University, Master's in Student Personnel Services from the University of Dayton and Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from SUNY Fredonia. Professional awards include Honorary Membership from the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) and the Southern Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (SACRAO), and the Founders Award for Leadership from AACRAO.

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