ctcLink testing and training has been ongoing this month for FirstLink colleges as we march toward their February 23 ‘go-live’ date. It’s been a busy, busy month for all involved, to be sure!
As we wind down 2014 and look ahead to 2015, the ctcLink project team would like to extend a huge and heartfelt THANK YOU to everyone at Spokane, Tacoma and Spokane Falls community colleges for all your hard work and perseverance. You know who you are and all the ctcLink things you’ve done, while simultaneously handling all your normal college duties. It’s a lot of work and now it’s time for a much-deserved tiny break from ctcLink, so we’ll keep this short and sweet:
Happy Holidays and thanks again for your time, expertise and patience. We’ll see you next year!
If you have a few minutes, check out these photos of recent ctcLink happenings.
Click on a photo to enlarge the slide show and see the captions…
THANK YOU to Troy Peterson, Retention Specialist in Assessment and Access Services at TCC, for performing accessibility testing on many of the ctcLink components. For example, he used a screen reader used by the visually impaired and tested it out on the new system to detect any issues so they can be fixed prior to launching ctcLink. Thanks again, Troy (and Andy Duckworth).
These Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) were all smiles earlier this month during Campus Solutions training in Spokane.
SBCTC’s Tamara Allen sports her “I survived User Acceptance Testing” tee. As a Student Financials Functional Analyst, Tamara participated in UAT and was a lucky recipient of one of TCC’s memorable tees (courtesy of Andy Duckworth). Notice it also includes Testing Lead Maureen Avery’s famous quote, “Testing is NOT Training.”
It was a December to remember, with ctcLink training all through the month, including this Campus Solutions training at Spokane Falls CC.
Leave it to Spokane’s ctcLink Project Manager, Dick Hol, and his colleagues to keep it on the positive. Someone at CCS posted these “ctcLink affirmations” all over Dick’s office earlier this year while he was away at a ctcLink planning meeting.
Thanks to TCC’s ctcLink project manager, Andy Duckworth, for a full year of informational ‘vlogs’! Check them out at http://ctclink.tacomacc.edu/
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