Welcome to The Weekly Wag, your home for quick news and updates on the ctcLink project.
What’s Next? Dates You Should Know
Today is the last day before purchasing restrictions go into effect. See other key milestones and deadlines on the Timeline Road Map.
Time-Saving Tips From Jean Munro
Jean Munro is happy about our upcoming move to ctcLink. Here’s a bit of what she learned in the Employee Self-Service (ES100 HCM) course:
“I learned how to reduce the amount of clicks (7) down to 2 clicks by creating my personalized homepage with tiles I will be using most for my job. … I also now know I have more than one way to access actions I will be using each day.”
Woof to Jean! Read more of what she learned at Hear From Delta Dog’s Friends, where you can also view a 2-minute video featuring four campus colleagues who share what they are looking forward to in ctcLink.
Time to Train Says Tim
In a January 14 message to campus, Tim Wrye urged all employees to complete ctcLink training by January 31. If his email got buried in your inbox, read “Get Ready for Go-Live: Train for ctcLink.” Get started today at Training for ctcLink.
Help ctcLink Team by Answering 18 Easy Questions
Your answers to this quick survey will help us decide how (and what) to communicate as we near ctcLink Go-Live on February 8. It should take less than 5 minutes to complete and closes January 25.
Go Mobile With ctcLink
Students are now receiving weekly emails to build awareness of the move to ctcLink. This week they’re learning about Highline’s new mobile app. Staff and faculty can use it, too. Learn about it at “Go Mobile With ctcLink.”
Chat, Chew and Connect: Fridays at Noon
Join us Friday, January 22, at noon for the next Lunch and Learn with Delta Dog. You can ask questions of project manager Pat Daniels and other ctcLink team members.
Question of the Week
Delta Dog loves getting questions from her human friends. Here’s a recent one:
Dear Delta Dog,
In all of the excitement of getting ready to go live with the new ctcLink system, everyone is being asked to do training. I don’t do any input or retrieval of student, financial or HR-related data in my job. So why should I take the training?
— Can’t Teach This Cat
Dear Can’t Teach This Cat,
Excitement, yes! ctcLink is a pawsitive move for our campus.
Every employee on campus will use ctcLink PeopleSoft to some extent. After February 8, you will use it to track and report time, view leave balances and more. You may not use ctcLink daily like others will, but you will still use it.
Everyone who earns a paycheck at the college should take at least these two courses to prepare: PeopleSoft Fundamentals 9.2 and Employee Self-Service (ES100 HCM). Learn how to register at Training for ctcLink.
— Delta Dog
The clock is ticking. Just 12 working days until Highline goes live with ctcLink on February 8, 2021.
Word of the Week
While you learn and work with ctcLink and its software, PeopleSoft, you’ll come across many words and terms. Here’s this week’s word (find others on the Terminology page):
A group of processes that are related to each other (e.g., Student Records is one module and Admissions is another).
Ask Delta Dog
Who is this blue dog? Learn why Delta Dog is our trusty companion on the journey to ctcLink.
If you have questions about ctcLink, ask Delta Dog.
You can also view the Frequently Asked Questions page.