Student Records Management: A Handbook (Google eBook)

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M. Therese Ruzicka, Beth Lee Weckmueller
Greenwood Publishing Group, Jan 1, 1997 - Education - 230 pages
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Covering a wide range of issues pertaining to student records management, this book will be of interest to both novices and seasoned professionals who work in a variety of offices at colleges and universities: Admissions, Records and Registration, Enrollment Services, Financial Aid, Veteran Affairs, International Students programs, Athletics, and Information Systems. Chapters written by experts for the forward-thinking higher education administrator cover: ethical practice; confidentiality of student information (including in an electronic record-keeping environment); compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act; certification of eligibility for veterans' benefits; unleashing human potential in the workplace; training in an automated systems environment; certification of academic eligibility for athletics participation; disaster preparedness and recovery; interpreting foreign academic credentials; and the impact and use of technology in the management of records and provision of services to students.

  

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Contents

When Major Change Becomes Inevitable
19
Data Control Security and Confidentiality in an Electronic
29
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974
43
Managing Enrollments of Individuals with Disabilities
77
Certifying Academic Eligibility for Athletic Participation
91
Veterans Certifications
99
Foreign Educational Credentials
109
Electronic Data Interchange EDI
125
A Tool for Document Management
157
Training in Automated Systems
175
Technology Brings Change to the Registrars Office
211
About the Contributors
227
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Page 218 - Act of 1967, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

About the author (1997)

M. THERESE RUZICKA is Assistant Director of Enrollment Services at the University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee.BETH LEE WECKMUELLER is Director of Enrollment Services at the University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee.

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