This project is an app meant to help students and institutions search for course and credit transfer equivalency between institutions.
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June 2021 Sprint
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Team Leader(s): Peter Bernardi, Elevate Actual; Kathy Lueckeman, Olivet Nazarene University (https://github.com/Kathy-Lueckeman); Riley Schill, GoStratus
June 2021 AMER Team Members Matthew Blanski, Salesforce.org; Andy Corbus, Olivet Nazarene University; Emma Hutchinson, Coastal Cloud; Emily Rector, Traction on Demand; Steph Sisson, EDACS; Corey Snow, Salsforce.org;
The team adopted the vision from previous sprints. It updated the ERD from the Detroit sprint to reflect the new objects added at but not documented during the Philly sprint.
The team proposed removing the relationship from Course Transfer to Program Plan, since it's related to Course and the Philly. sprint introduced an object related to course to store rules associated with the course (e.g., program-specific rules).
The team also proposed updating the solution to include Affiliations, Application and Education History.
- Next Steps The team should draw the new ERD and replace the one in the Rsources link. The team should configure the relationships with the existing EDA objects proposed by this projedt team. The team should refresh the data in the repository to include data for these new objects.
From past sprints:
- Team Leader(s): Eric Kenney
- GitHub Scribe(s):
- List of all Contributors: Starley Flynn, Kim Schaefges, Corey Snow, Marc Beaulieu, Jace Bryan
Past Project Team
|Full Name||Github Username||Sprint(s)|
|Ethan Savage||Ejsavage||Detroit 2019|
|Tiago Ruivo||tiagoruivo||Detroit 2019|
|Robert Watson||robertbwatson||Detroit 2019|
|Margaret Fako||margaretfako||Detroit 2019|
|Ryan Klein||kleinryan||Detroit 2019|
|Zach Field||P0und-cake||Detroit 2019|
|Scott Lieberman||ScottLiebermnn||Detroit 2019|
|Corey Rittvo||coreyrittvo||Detroit 2019|
|Dave Lea||Dave-SFDO||Detroit 2019|
|Haley Gould||haleymgould||Detroit 2019|
|Victoria Tang||vtangToD||Detroit 2019|
|Kathy Zimmerman||KathyZimmerman||Philadelphia 2019|
|Matthew Blanski||MatthewBlanski||Philadelphia 2019|
Project Vision (Please make this your first task as a team)
When students want to transfer from one institution to another, they want to know how their course history will transfer to equivalent course credit at the desired institution. This project creates a schema to capture the information about transfer equivalency: details about the course at the originating institution, details about the course at the destination institution, how many transfer credits a course is worth, a history of course transfer information, and other course details.
Documentation can be found in the repository wiki:
- Welcome to Transfer Equivalency
- Setup Transfer Equivalency
- Use Cases
- Entity Relationship Diagram
- Requirements Mapping & Process Flows
Project Team Accomplishments What did the Project Team get done during the Sprint? March 2020: Updated the schema from July 2019 using my EDA objects. Included Application, Course with new recordtype (External), as well as Contact and Account (Education Institution record type). Built 3 custom objects: Transcript, Transcript Course, and Course Equivalency Rule. Transcript is a parent for Transcript Course. Transcript Course has a double look up to Course. Course Equivalency Rule is the object that matches an external course with the approved internal course.
Project Team Accomplishments (YTD)
- In July 2019, the project team created a schema, some record types, and an outline of the setup guide.
Future Contributions (AKA what were you unable to finish at the Sprint)
See the Issues tab for open enhancements. Feel free to add additional suggestions and use cases!
Students will be able to see how their courses transfer to the destination institution. This database of transfer equivalencies is exposed to students so students can "window shop" to see how their existing credits could transfer to different institutions.