Automating Student Information between SIS and LMS
J. Guevara, Marlene
Ellucian’s Intelligent Learning Platform (ILP) is an academic enterprise platform product, which creates a live connection between Ellucian’s Student Information System (SIS) and a school’s Learning Management System (LMS), while extending additional Ellucian product offerings such as the Ellucian Portal, and the Ellucian Mobile App. Georgetown University uses Banner, as their SIS, and Canvas by Instructure, as their LMS. The infrastructure at the University does not currently have an integration between these two systems, creating a gap in the synchronization of a student’s academic information. This paper is proposing that Georgetown implement the ILP to achieve the following: live data integration, improved business processes, reduced customizations, diminished data entry errors, and an enhanced user experience. The paper explains the functions of an SIS and LMS, and the various needs for a modern solution based on the current issues faced by students, faculty, as well as the University’s information technology team, and registration offices. This paper will outline how the ILP implementation answers these needs, the timeline and plan for implementation, the risks associated, and the return on investment.
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