eLion Advising Notes and ISIS Screen ARUEA|
Rationale and Purposes
ISIS screen ARUEA was developed, in part, to provide the mechanism by which an adviser records an individual advising contact and the content associated with that contact. These contact records were designed to indicate who was seen, when, why, and by whom, what advice or information was provided, and what academic actions were recommended or carried out. Additionally, these electronic records were intended to provide a chronological, historical view of contacts with individual students. When taken together, the records would afford a way for advisers and administrators to analyze demand for and delivery of advising and the flow of students across colleges and campuses. This information would be used to enhance advising at Penn State and to improve planning and staffing efforts. In addition, it has since been recognized that the content and referral codes used on this screen can serve as a way of describing, for advisers and others, the many types of activities that occur in individual advising sessions and the complexity and subtleties of those activities.
In summary, screen ARUEA serves three main purposes.
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