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5 Ways BPM Software Helps Higher Education Institutions

Matriculation is a complicated process made even more complex by factors like financial aid administration, enrollment by foreign students, dual-enrollment agreements with local high schools, and arrangements for on-campus housing. Each of these processes involves forms and workflows, and when they’re poorly managed, the result can be chaos.

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Students Evaluating Teachers

At Ed Automate, we recognize that discussions regarding teacher evaluations can be contentious at times.  It is difficult to substantiate those characteristics that will always make a good teacher – engaging, challenging, caring, interesting, etc.  Methodologies vary and teachers with quite different teaching styles and

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In Process Automation, Form Follows Function

Any student of architecture or engineering is probably familiar with the guiding principle that “form follows function.”  This phrase, accredited to architect Louis Sullivan, implies that the function or intended use of an item (e.g., a building or a chair) must determine the form or design of the item.  No

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Follow up to Should Students Evaluate Teachers

by Rebecca Renshaw, Director of Customer Service, Ed Automate A few weeks ago, I posed the question to a LinkedIn group of school administrators asking if they thought k12 student surveys should be used to determine a teacher’s merit and what percentage of those answers should factor into the teacher’s overall

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