What are the responsibilities of an Outcomes Site Administrator?
This product specific role is responsible for the maintenance and direction of Outcomes, including contributing to the initial site construction, controlling settings, determining users and permissions, and understanding the detailed functionality of the tool. The Site Administrator will be responsible for communicating choices concerning the platform to relevant stakeholders on campus as well as understanding the full functionality of the platform. They are also responsible for training the broader campus audience in product use. We recommend that there are between 1-3 Site Administrators for Outcomes.
On other Campuses, who has been an Outcomes Site Administrator?
Site Administrators have held titles such as Director of Assessment, Director of Institutional Research, AVP of Academic Affairs, Director of Student Life.
What is the level of involvement and time commitment of an Outcomes Site Administrator in orientation and implementation?
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Outcomes Site Administrators will be involved in the Core Data Preparation during on-boarding and technical implementation. They will attend a five-part Implementation Training series introducing settings and functionality of the tool.
What is the level of involvement and time commitment of an Outcomes Site Administrator after launch?
The Site Administrator will be a contact point on campus for users and training as well as a contact point for Campus Labs regarding check-ins, product updates, and product communications.
NOTE: Roles are not exclusive. An individual may fill multiple roles based on the goals and workflow of your institution and a role may be filled by multiple people. The individual(s) will be responsible for all responsibilities and time commitments in each role. As decisions are made regarding the coordination, timeline, and roles of campus members, consideration of these factors will be essential to a successful implementation.