Resource Type: Webinar
In this session, we’ll look at the common reasons why your finance transactions, such as purchase requisitions, vouchers, and journals get errors. We’ll show you queries to identify those errors and suggestions for fixing the errors. To just view the slides from this presentation, click here.
How many of these questions can you answer? What is a trust fund? Is there more than one kind? Where do we get the money for a trust fund? How is a trust fund different from other types of funds? Does a trust fund use cash,budget,both, or none of these? What is ABC and AB? This session takes a closer look at trust funds and Tips and Tricks for using and reporting for Trust Funds. To just view the slides from this presentation, click here.
This session provides an overview and background of the development of the Faculty Portal. The Faculty Portal is a comprehensive portal developed specifically for faculty utilizing PeopleSoft’s “Fluid” technology. In addition to the background information a demonstration of the portal will be provided. To just view the slides from this presentation, click here.
ho: Any administrative user who has the need to upload attachments in their work. What: The Document Management team will review some ‘tips and tricks’ that may be helpful in determining what scanner settings to use when creating documents (if you are scanning). We will look at which settings ensure the document is optimized in size and visual clarity. Will also show the same documents, scanned with different settings to demonstrate the options and implications of what might be used. This session should be beneficial regardless of which system you use!
The Research Administration Service Request (RASR) tool is a workflow tool developed by the Office of Research Information Systems to aid processing units in the receiving and processing of all types of transactions including but not limited to Vouchers, Journals, Travel, and Requisitions. In this presentation/demonstration, attendees would learn (1) how a client could use the RASR tool to submit (and later view) a request to a processing unit, (2) how an administrator would review/approve transactions at a pre-audit level, (3) how a processor would take information from RASR and enter the transaction/request in UNC FInance Systems and, (4) how the system communicates to UNC Finance Systems to automatically complete the request notifying the client of process completion. This tool provides increased transparency to clients, a worklist of action items to the processing unit, and valuable metrics to the leadership of the processing unit. To just view the slides from this presentation, click here.
The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment (OIRA), the Center for Faculty Excellence (CFE), and Information Technology Services (ITS) have collaborated on the development of information-driven resources in an effort to improve the quality of instruction and inclusiveness in the classroom. Using SAS Visual Analytics, IR has created an interactive dashboard for course instructors to access longitudinal information on student demographics and grade distributions for all courses they have taught since 2010. The institutional goals of this resource are to 1) increase faculty awareness about student diversity; 2) provide instructors with information they can use to improve student learning; and 3) to encourage a systematic approach to improving teaching and learning. In this presentation we will discuss the roles of IR, CFE, and ITS on the project, piloting and provisioning the dashboard, and what is coming next for this partnership. To just view the slides from this presentation, click here.
In this session we discuss the differences between the General Ledger (GL) and the Commitment Control (KK) ledgers. We show when finance transactions are recorded in the various ledgers and how this affects reporting. To just view the slides from this presentation, click here.
The GradStar session will cover an introduction to the system, the latest updates and enhancements, and how GradStar awards affect a student’s financial aid. To just view the slides from this presentation, click here.
This presentation is an overview of the 2-Step Authentication and why it is so important in our environment.
The Curriculum Inventory Management system, aka “CIM” (pronounced “Kim”), is the University’s new tool for submitting and reviewing course proposals. CIM integrates with both the University Catalog and ConnectCarolina. This session will take a closer look at the course form, workflow, and the approval process. We will discuss new features available in CIM including request rollbacks, reporting, and course number changes. Additionally, this session will highlight advanced features that will be available in future years, including parallel workflows and voting tools for department-level curriculum committees. Learn more about CIM so that you can promote this new tool to your faculty and staff. To just view the slides from this presentation, click here.