Below is a short video about classroom scheduling. In eduTrac ERP, you can book or schedule courses into specific classrooms. Once the classroom have been scheduled, it will be shown on a student’s timetable as well as the teaching faculty member’s timetable. [embedplusvideo height=”373″ width=”610″ editlink=”http://bit.ly/1C8rt66″ standard=”http://www.youtube.com/v/ksOUQDaSH3U?fs=1&vq=hd720″ vars=”ytid=ksOUQDaSH3U&width=610&height=373&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=1&autoplay=0&react=1&chapters=¬es=” id=”ep4643″ /]
As with most users of a system, they are unaware of how the data is organized or interconnected. It’s been stated time and time again, that the philosophy behind eduTrac is historical data. Therefore, single value and multi value data play an important role. Single value data is data that […]
Every now and again, we will get the question, “why is eduTrac built in a way that doesn’t allow the loading of all the data?” This question doesn’t pertain to students because they don’t have access to any lookup screens, but it pertains more to admins, faculty and staff. The conversation […]
In today’s society, we have to be careful about the release of student data. We must strive to maintain their privacy as well as their safety to the best of our ability. Since release 4.4, you can now add a FERPA restriction if a student requests it. The video below shows […]
eduTrac SIS 4.5 which is dedicated to the English composer Christopher Tye has been released. New features include transferring credits, uploading of school photo, FERPA restriction, CSV to Email Reports, and many other bug fixes and enhancements. Attached are the release notes for your perusal.
Our eduTrac enterprise edition is a student information system as well as an ERP. However, most people are somewhat confused as to what an ERP is or what makes an ERP unique. The ERP SoftwareBlog has a great article entitled, What Is ERP? Where Does This Term Come From and […]