University of Connecticut Teachers For a New Era Project. TNE-Neag Database. Where we were…. …un-linked data stored in multiple locations, in various formats…. SPSS Files. Office of Institutional Research. Student course records. Excel Files. Individual Faculty Records.
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…un-linked data stored in multiple locations, in various formats…
Office of Institutional Research
Student course records
Individual Faculty Records
Microsoft Access tables
Paper-based data collection
…transitioning between old, sporadic data collection techniques…
…to one central, complete database.
We are expanding our database efforts to include
information provided by the Connecticut State Department of
Education; including teacher’s BEST scores and K-12 pupil data.
Single Oracle server holds information for individuals automatically
through multiple user-friendly interfaces accessed through the World Wide Web.
How accurate is the data?
To have all Neag School of Education data stored in one central location on the Oracle server.
The TNE-Neag database is broken down into several manageable modules.
Each module is built piece by piece,
data can be entered from multiple locations.
Information can then be extracted
to produce clean, streamline,
Each new item of information is linked to an individual
identified by a unique number, assigned by
the University PeopleSoft system.
Complete web-based data collection and analysis
All user interaction through web browsers
Ability to follow students from entering university through entire teaching career
Building a relationship with Connecticut school systems, allowing researchers and policy makers access to anonymous data regarding both teachers and pupils
Forging our partnership with the Connecticut State Department of Education to develop a state-wide database linking teachers to pupil performance
For TNE, UConn, Connecticut Schools, Connecticut Educators,
and most importantly, Connecticut’s students.