Webinar: New enhanced Assessment Module in Symplectic Elements

Date: June 15, 2022

Time: 12:00 PM EST / 5:00 PM BST

 

The Assessment Module in Symplectic Elements is a highly configurable module designed to streamline and support internal reviews and assessment exercises (such as Faculty Annual Reporting, Promotion & Tenure, dossier generation, and mandated assessments such as REF, ERA, PBRF).

Data is sourced directly from Elements and added directly to exercises, giving a centralised space for assessment content and workflow management.

Following an extensive user review and in response to client feedback, we have a significant suite of enhancements planned for the Assessment Module.

In this webinar, Product Manager Sam Gibbons-Frendo highlights some of the new planned functionality and improvements to the Assessment Module, including a new simplified and streamlined UX with improved researcher and reviewer experience.

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Caleb Smith, Senior Strategy Manager for Research Intelligence & Analytics, University of Michigan

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Caleb Smith, University of Michigan

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