Thanks for checking out the January edition of the Engineerica Newsletter. This month we are announcing the upcoming Accudemia training session, looking for some Next Generation System Advisors, sharing award news, and more!
Here is an index of the topics:
Attention Accudemia Users:
We are pleased to announce that we are conducting an Accudemia Orlando Training Session on March 19-20, 2015. As a special treat Diego, Accudemia's Senior Developer, will be flying in from Chicago to join this event. Learn about software directly from the Accudemia team and interact with other Accudemia users during this 2-day training session.
This will be the only Accudemia Orlando training session this year, so make sure not to miss it! The registration fee is only $199 per person if you register by February 19, 2015. After that date the training fee is $299 per person.
For more information including the training agenda and travel information, please visit
We are working on the next generation of AccuTrack, AccuSQL, and Accudemia and need your feedback. The next generation will offer more capabilities for the entire institution and will be highly focused on the students. Along with the very successful existing features you depend on every day, we will be adding some new and innovative features that will increase the utility of the software. We are inviting you to participate in this effort by providing your feedback. If you are a heavy user of AccuTrack, AccuSQL, or Accudemia we would love to hear from you. Contact us today so we can start a discussion on what you would like to see in the next generation of the software.
We are glad to announce that Accudemia has once again received University Business Readers’ Choice Top Product Award. AccuTrack and AccuSQL Received an Honorable Mention.
The award is based on nominations from campus leaders from across the US. Winners are selected based on both the quantity of nominations and the quality of testimonials describing how these products are used to streamline operations and enhance student’s experience.
Read the full press release here: http://www.newsite.engineerica.com/press-release/Accudemia-2014-Top-Product
Many of our customers are currently writing a TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) grant so there have been many questions posed to us here at Engineerica concerning the AccuSQL Student Success Plan. Individual counseling is a crucial piece to a successful SSS program however, documenting this interaction has always been difficult and time consuming. While many TRiO programs use different titles for their plans the purpose of an individual education action plans or success plans, as we call them in AccuSQL, is to provide a student with a clear set of objectives which will lead them to success in college. The following statements may be useful for TRiO SSS programs who use or plan to use AccuSQL 2015:
Click here to read the rest of this article. http://accuideas.blogspot.com/2015/01/individual-educational-action-plans-for.html