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Monday, January 23, 2017

Decomission of ULearn and Destiny One non-credit registration system adoption

Decommission of ULearn
The University has made a concerted effort under President Kaler to eliminate waste and make the most out of existing technology. During a November Operational Excellence meeting, a decision was made to leverage existing systems for the University’s learning management needs. The systems available include Destiny One for training registration and tracking; Moodle for course delivery; and Qualtrics for surveys and evaluations and the data warehouse for learning transcripts. The Destiny One team is actively engaged as a member of the transition team, completing fit gaps and helping to identify cohorts of ULearn users to begin to usher in planned phases over the next 18 months.

Destiny One non-credit registration system adoption
The Destiny One non-credit registration system implementation was the culmination of years of interest and effort to find an effective tool to manage registration for courses, conferences, and other learning experiences that do not bear formal academic credit. Below are some points of interest since its launch:
  • Total units: 23 program offices, 135 costing units 
  • Total courses and sections: 732 courses, 1570 sections
  • Total conferences: 554
  • Total system users: 289
  • Revenue to date: $14,355,446
  • Total registrations: 72,988
    • 67% of registrations are learners in MN
  • Average 2.3% credit card processing fees

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