What's New in Transferology Lab?

Transferology Lab 1.6.2

February 28, 2017
  • School can define Requirement Categories for DARwin/u.achieve (iflag and acourses) and TES (user added courses)
  • Allow user to find Replacement Courses by Requirement Categories.
  • View equivalency from TES Evaluation request after the equivalency in Transferology.
  • School can allow/deny whether Lab user can choose the assignee for TES Evaluation requests.
  • Match details page has Expand/Collapse all notes link to display/hide all notes for a school.
  • Miscellaneous bug fixes & enhancements.
  • Accessibility improvements.

Transferology Lab 1.6

September 13, 2016
  • User Management integration- Lab users who also use TES or CollegeSource Online (CSO) will now use the same password for all three applications.
  • Ability to share Course Bundles with other users from the same school.
  • Enhanced Unknown Equivalencies page- additional filtering and ability to mark courses as Reviewed.
  • Ability to view a program's degree type (Bachelor's, Associate's, etc) on pages throughout the Lab.
  • Miscellaneous bug fixes & enhancements.
  • Accessibility improvements.

Transferology Lab 1.5

May 2, 2016
  • TES Evaluation Integration Features:
    • Lab users assigned to the new TES Evaluator role may create and send evaluation tasks to TES. Using this new role, Transferology administrators can determine who has access to the feature and exercise some control over the quantity of TES evaluation requests stemming from Transferology.
    • Tasks may be created from courses appearing in the unknown equivalency report as well as from match results. The idea is to help users target the courses from other institutions for which students most want transfer answers.
    • Any Lab user may view the progress of evaluation requests. While the evaluation activity is actually performed in TES, it is viewable in both the Transferology Lab and in TES.
  • Added ability for those schools not using audits to be able to add unique URLs for each of their programs
  • Standardized button colors in the Transferology Lab
  • Find Replacements now uses the index instead of SQL queries
  • Equivalencies for several American Territories are now shown in the Lab
  • Relaxed the strictness of Program file import validation
  • Added date range to Pending Audit Requests page
  • Standardized the UI on the Check Transfer Rules page
  • URL validation
  • Numerous accessibility improvements

Transferology Lab 1.4.1

January 11, 2016
  • Improvements in sorting, filtering data and keyboard accessibility.
  • Miscellaneous bugs & enhancements.

Transferology Lab 1.4

August 24, 2015
  • A new landing page explains the features of the Lab.
  • New menu items and navigation links are incorporated into the Lab.
  • New troubleshooting information is available for pending degree audits.
  • School Administrators and Program Administrators can manage their school's Year Term Conversions, Degree Programs, and Program Questions/Answers.

Transferology Lab 1.3.1

February 23, 2015
  • All users can now copy a course bundle to assist creating a bundle with several common courses.
  • Schools with TES rules (administered or imported) correctly show OR rules in the "Will my Courses Transfer" area; this is also applicable to those students at TES schools who work in the Transferology application.
  • A new Help menu item for accessing the Lab's support documents is now available between the My Stuff and Logout menus.
  • A Full/Partial credit message is now shown in Lab equivalencies.
  • A new auto archive option is provided for a school's recruit and advise requests.
  • Added Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) voting to help order most relevant topics.

Transferology Lab 1.3

January 6, 2015
  • Incorporation of the blue path for replacement courses in the Lab is new functionality introduced with this release.
  • The updated look of the Manage Course Bundles area now incorporates tabs analogous to the blue "Find a Replacement Course" and green "Will My Courses Transfer?" paths already present in the Transferology student application. New tabs include "Replacement" and "Transfer," respectively.
  • School administrators working in "Edit Mode" will see expanded access to customize information appearing on their School Profile page.
  • The Profile Preview tab, "About" section, and "Information Links" are now completely configurable.
  • A new Contact Emails tab allows administrators to manage how contact emails and request emails are routed within their institution.
  • Transfer Specialists may use the new Glossary Messages page to create, edit, and delete Glossary Messages. When configured, these helpful messages will appear on the Match Details page in the Transferology application for students. Message types include Alternate Course, DPMask, IFlag, and Target Course.

Transferology Lab 1.2

October 14, 2014
  • Staff can now access the new Replacement Course statistics.
  • The Unknown Equivalencies page now displays Year and Month on the details pop-up instead of Year and Term.
  • When submitting a Program Request (audit), the "Do you want to view how courses from another school might apply to this program?" prompt will only display for schools running DARwin 3.5.x or u.achieve 4.2.x.
  • Users will receive a new Account Expired message when subscription is flagged as expired during authentication.
  • The Transferology Home page contains a new menu bar, including a College Employees tab that allows staff direct access to the Transferology Lab.
  • Improvements to the mobile platform and accessibility features.

Transferology Lab 1.1

August 18, 2014
  • Staff have additional functionality to identify possible new equivalencies for their school, which will prove particularly useful for Transfer Specialists.
    • Transfer Specialists may use the new Popular Courses feature to view which courses students are adding into Transferology and use this information to increase matching.
    • Transfer Specialists may use the new Unknown Equivalencies feature to identify "unknown" equivalencies with unclear articulation rules and allow for more proactive rule building.
  • Several mobile device improvements have been implemented, along with enhancements to keyboard navigation and spoken word accessibility.

Transferology Lab 1.0

March 31, 2014
  • The Transferology Lab replaces u.select school tools for staff, where you can manage bundles of courses and view equivalencies with a cleaner, more modern user experience.
  • The Will My Courses Transfer? feature allows staff to add coursework to see how many schools in the Transferology network have matching courses that may be awarded upon transfer. Schools are ranked by the percentage of courses they accept, and results can be filtered or sorted by distance, undergraduate population, tuition and more. Match details discern between courses that transfer, courses that do not transfer, and courses that have not yet been evaluated by the school.
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