Beginning this spring, students, staff and faculty may notice a change in their displayed pronouns in CarmenCanvas and CarmenZoom. These two tools will begin pulling pronoun information from my.osu.edu, the Ohio State app, Buckeye Link (for students), and Workday (for faculty and staff). Any...
Late last year, Ohio State’s Data Governance team launched a new initiative to standardize institutional definitions, partnering with colleagues across the university.
The first batch of these definitions, including full-time student, part-time student, and student rank has been finalized and is posted on the approved institutional definitions webpage . University members are encouraged to review these definitions and keep them in mind when discussing and analyzing student-related data.
The second batch of student-related terms, including definitions for full-time, part-time, and half-time students, is ready for community review. The group is open to hearing from all faculty and staff from the university and Wexner Medical Center during the review period. Those interested in reviewing these definitions are asked to fill out this Qualtrics survey by Friday, February 10 .
Earlier this year, the Data Governance team within the Office of Technology and Digital Innovation (OTDI) launched a new initiative to standardize institutional definitions, partnering with colleagues across the university and medical center.
While the group puts final touches on the first batch of terms, they are now seeking faculty and staff who wish to be a part of the second working group, which will continue to focus on terms under the “student” umbrella, including defining full-time student, part-time student and student rank.
Last month, the Data Governance team within the Office of Technology and Digital Innovation (OTDI) launched a new initiative to standardize institutional definitions, partnering with colleagues across the university and medical center.
The group is now collecting feedback on definitions developed for their first batch of terms, which fell under the “student” umbrella: undergraduate, graduate, professional, non-degree and non-credit students.
We use words like “student” and “employee” every day, but did you know that we don’t have standard definitions for these terms across the university and medical center? The Data Governance team is launching an initiative to standardize institutional definitions and is seeking assistance from colleagues across the university and medical center.
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