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TES® Recorded Webinars

  These are recorded versions of our regularly scheduled monthly webinars. To view a live webinar, sign up here: http://www.collegesource.com/training/webinars/.  

TES 101: An Introduction to the Transfer Evaluation System by CollegeSource
This introduction will demonstrate … User Management- Adding new users and maintaining existing ones.  Import/Export Options  User-Added Courses- How to build placeholder courses for equivalencies to elective credit or to designate courses that will not transfer.  Course Finder- A research tool for quickly researching institution profiles and course descriptions.  Equivalency Manager- For creating, editing, storing, grouping, retrieving, and sharing college-to-college transfer credit equivalencies.  Evaluation Tracker- A paperless workflow for recording and summarizing the decisions involved in transfer credit evaluation.  Equivalency Explorer- For discovering changes from one catalog to the next or quickly and proactively finding likely equivalencies between any two institutions.  The Public View- A feature that allows you to publish your equivalencies on your website so that prospective transfer students can see for themselves how their courses may transfer.  Reports- A quick look at some of the information you can get out of TES about what you have in it and how you are using it.

TES®: Reports
Learn how to run the Course List/Equivalency Report; the Course Change Explorer; and the Equivalency Explorer Reports in TES.

TES®: The Evaluation Tracker
Learn how to route course descriptions and proposed equivalencies to faculty and staff for evaluation using the workflow feature in TES. Track the approval process and add notes as needed. If desired, store the results as an equivalency. Create complex equivalencies and learn how to edit and delete equivalencies.

TES®: Groups and Group Reports
Learn how to place equivalencies from a transfer institution stored in TES into Groups and then use the groupings to create Group Reports. These reports might be used for Articulation Agreements, Transfer Guides, etc. and can be displayed in your Public View.

TES®: Equivalency Batch Editor
Learn how to search for equivalencies based on selection criteria and then how to edit the selected equivalencies all in a batch. Also learn about the three health check reports to help you troubleshoot and maintain your equivalencies based on changes to your home catalog courses.

TES®: User Added Courses
Learn how to create department prefixes and course numbers in TES that are not in your institution’s catalog to use for assigning to elective type courses that transfer but there is not a direct equivalent. These courses can be used for labeling courses for specific general education areas or certain degree requirements.

TES®: Administrator Role
Learn how to administer your TES account. Add users, set user rights, customize your public view, export equivalencies, view usage statistics, and more.

TES®: Public View
Learn how to setup the TES Public View for your institution. The Public View displays your equivalencies on your website for all to view. A current or prospective student can create a list of equivalencies and print this list or email the list to themselves. See examples of how some TES clients have setup their Public View.

TES®: Import and Export Options
Learn how to create a flat file of the equivalencies stored in your articulation system for import into TES. This presentation will go over the file layout and an overview of the import process. Learn how to export your stored equivalencies from TES into a flat file that you can use to build your equivalencies into your articulation system.

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