AArdvark – Academic Advising. Introduction – Prof Tony Dooley Prototype demonstration – Ms Outi Brennan [ITES * ] & Dr Geoff Whale [ITES, CSE ** ] Current Academic Statement AArdvark interim login page Program Summary – rich summary of overall progress in the student's current program
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AArdvark – Academic Advising Introduction – Prof Tony Dooley Prototype demonstration – Ms Outi Brennan [ITES*] & Dr Geoff Whale [ITES, CSE**] • Current Academic Statement • AArdvark interim login page • Program Summary – rich summary of overall progress in the student's current program • Virtual Transcript – chronology with rule assignment • Rule List – hierarchical representation of requirements • What-If scenario – applies the rules for potential plan or program changes to a student's record Summary and questions * Information Technology Enterprise Systems, IT Services ** School of Computer Science and Engineering
Graduation Enrolment Advice Plan Change Enrolment Basket Assessment Results AArdvark – Academic Advising Prototype • Introduced enhanced progress indicators, virtual [online] transcript and what-if scenarios • Validated assumptions about benefits of simplified program rules • Established new cooperative ways of IT development Integration with myUNSW services • Student service model can eventually embrace life-cycle from initial enrolment advice through to graduation signoff
AArdvark – Academic Advising Aardvark – Other Academic Admin services • Integration with Handbook and Academic Proposals • Extension to enrolment advice (what-next scenarios) • Progress tracking (eg INTNL students – minimum time) • Plan changes and internal program transfers • Timetabling (clash free course requirements) Next Steps • Need further analysis and design of scenarios and rule-sets • Need to design innovative ways for staff to enter, view and maintain rule sets in myUNSW • Need to “mainstream” Aardvark project to extend rules coverage to all coursework programs • Need to scale technology to “production quality” (to support large number of users in peak periods) • Need to secure Faculty, School and Academic Admin involvement