Along with some bug fixes and other more minor enhancements, the first major software release since the March 31st initial rollout of Transferology took place on Monday, August 18, 2014.
Important highlights from this release
- Students may use the new Find a Replacement Course path in Transferology to find courses at another school that may be transferred back to the home school for credit (replaces the functionality of the old Quick Equivalencies feature from u.select).
- A new Popular Courses feature in Transferology Lab allows staff who are assigned the Transfer Specialist role to view which courses students are adding into Transferology and use this information to increase matching.
- A new Unknown Equivalencies feature in Transferology Lab allows staff who are assigned the Transfer Specialist role to to identify “unknown” equivalencies with unclear articulation rules and be more proactive with rule building in their DARS software tables.
Transferology Training and further Information
New and returning staff can learn more about Transferology by going to the DARS/Transferology Project Website Transferology page
For further information, please contact Laurie Tralle at email@example.com