• Security and the Internet of Things

    by Kate Heider, Technical Writer | Jul 23, 2018
    EdTech Magazine reports that by 2020, around 34 billion devices will be connected to the Internet, outnumbering traditional computers by a 2-to-1 ratio. It’s called the Internet of Things (IoT) and it refers to a system of interrelated computing devices that provide us the ability to transfer data without requiring human-to-human interaction.
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  • A Day in the Life of a Transcript Order - Infographic

    by Rose Addison, Manager - Documentation & Training | Jun 11, 2018
    Have you ever wondered how we do what we do? How long it takes? What's involved in getting the job done? Take a look!
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  • The Future of the Academic Transcript – Do Employers Ask for Your Transcript?

    by J. James Wager, Consultant & Education Strategist | Jun 11, 2018
    This series examines the current and possible future presentation, use, and purpose of the academic transcript. In today’s environment there exist many discussions related to academic transcripts. We’ll discuss these major topics and bring some clarity to these diverse and sometimes confusing topics.
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  • 4 Benefits of Automation in the Workplace

    by Kate Heider, Technical Writer | Apr 26, 2018
    At Credentials, we automate back-office processes for university registrars. Our core mission is not to replace jobs, but to help registrars do their jobs better with software that handles repetitive, time-consuming tasks.
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  • Innovation in the Registrar’s Office

    by Kate Heider, Technical Writer | Apr 10, 2018
    Registrars know all about small, incremental innovations, as they’re often pressured to perform with ever-shrinking budgets and workarounds. This kind of innovation is really more of a mindset.
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  • Beyond Management: What Type of Leader Are You? Take the Quiz!

    by Rose Addison, Manager, Documentation & Training | Mar 30, 2018
    Besides these fundamental factors, many leadership styles exist. While no one person operates solely within one style (that’s a good thing), understanding your own leadership tendencies can help you change your approach when the situation calls for it.
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  • Data and Decision-making in Higher Ed

    by Kate Heider, Technical Writer | Mar 05, 2018
    "Data-driven" is not just a buzzword anymore, it's a mission. In recent years the tracking and analysis of data has become increasingly sophisticated, especially in higher ed where it’s gone beyond the registrar’s office and enrollment.
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  • Beyond Management: What Makes a Great Leader?

    by Rose Addison, Manager, Documentation & Training | Feb 19, 2018
    In this series, I’ll be talking about leadership – what it is and what it isn’t. I’ll explore what drives good leaders, why they lead the way we do, and how those in leadership positions can ultimately motivate others to do more!
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  • Credentials Explains: What is a Data Matrix Barcode?

    by Rose Addison, Manager, Documentation & Training | Feb 06, 2018
    A data matrix barcode, or DMB, is a unique two-dimensional barcode encoded with alphanumeric information.
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  • Credentials Explains: What is the Intelligent Mail Barcode?

    by Rose Addison, Manager of Documentation & Training | Jan 23, 2018
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