Tennessee Board of Regents’ Comprehensive Learner Record Initiative
The Tennessee Board of Regents is pursuing large-scale implementation of a Comprehensive Learner Record (CLR) aligned with the IMS Global Standards. These standards are part of the 1EdTech network (formerly the IMS Global Learning Consortium), a non-profit organization that enables a plug-and play architecture and ecosystem that provides a foundation on which innovative products can be rapidly deployed and work together seamlessly. The CLR will showcase the entirety of a student’s academic and co-curricular journey. The plan for 2023 is to use the CLR across all community colleges and technical institutions in Tennessee. High Impact Practices and Student Learning Outcomes are coded by placing attributes on the course in Banner (enterprise resource system or ERP) that identify the Student Learning Outcomes and/or High Impact Practices for the course. Co-curricular values will be assigned a code and placed in a Banner for all institutions to use. Issues being addressed are commonality among program and course competencies at the technical institutions; and using Banner to support all of the information that feeds directly to the CLR.
Partners: AACRAO, 1EdTech, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation – with pilot institutions: Volunteer State Community College and Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Shelbyville (TCAT Shelbyville)
Link to Resources: https://www.tbr.edu/student-success/comprehensive-student-record
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