Welcome to The Weekly Wag, your home for quick news and updates on the ctcLink project.
Congrats to Crystal, Justin, Kili, Monditza and Vicky!
This week’s Golden Paw Award winners are the members of the Course and Class Building Team. Read about their accomplishments on the Paws Up page.
Searching for a Song
Delta Dog wants her own theme song. Baha Men’s “Who Let the Dogs Out” is her favorite suggestion to date. Do you have others? Send your ideas to email@example.com.
$25 Could Be Yours
Every person who earns a paycheck at Highline will need to complete ctcLink training. Why not make it pay off? Get started today and you could win a $25 gift card to Amazon. Learn more in the new blog post, “2 Crucial Courses for ctcLink Success.” The next drawing will be October 30.
What Does Delta Dog Eat for Lunch?
Join us Friday, October 30, at noon for Lunch and Learn with Delta Dog. You’ll hear from special guests, including project manager Pat Daniels and other ctcLink team members. Bring your questions and your lunch.
Mark Your Calendars
Join Delta Dog and friends at the next campuswide Town Hall on November 17 at 2:30 p.m.
Among the topics will be ctcLink. You’ll hear the latest on the project and learn how you can prepare for the February 8 go-live date.
Delta Dog looks forward to sharing the virtual stage with President Mosby and several ctcLink project team members, including Tim Wrye and Pat Daniels. Look for details in a future issue of The Weekly Wag.
The clock is ticking. Just 63 working days until Highline goes live with ctcLink on February 8, 2021.
Delta Dog wants to connect with her two-legged campus friends through social media. Join her on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Word of the Week
While you learn and work with ctcLink and its software, PeopleSoft, you’ll come across many words and terms. To help you learn the lingo, here’s this week’s word (find others on the Terminology page):
Chart of Accounts
The foundation of the PeopleSoft accounting system. The Chart of Accounts provides each business unit, fund, department, cost center, project/grant and account with a unique identification number and a common language for identifying financial transactions.
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.
For information about the statewide ctcLink project, visit the SBCTC ctcLink page and read the blog, ctcLink Connect.