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Training and Access

 

About the UDW+ Training Program             


The UDW+ Training Program supports this requirement and is aimed at:

  • Providing a variety of learning environments where end users are able to receive the necessary training for UDW+, finance business processes, and data interpretation.
  • Supporting the end user’s smooth transition from Brio to UDW+, and minimize impact on productivity.
  • Developing and implement an on-going training program for UDW+ users that will meet their evolving training needs.
  • Supporting NYU’s objectives in reaching its goals.


Is Training Required?


Yes. Successful completion of UDW+ training course(s) is mandatory to gain access to UDW+.
 

What Training Is Appropriate For My Needs and How Do I get Access to UDW+?

 

How do I register for UDW+ Training?


All UDW+ training courses, schedule of classes and registration are available on NYU’s iLearn from the Work tab of NYU Home.

 

I have been selected as a UDW+ Super User, what does this mean?


UDW+ Super Users have been selected from each school or division to become in-house experts in the reporting data, business processes and OBIEE system use for reporting and analytics needs. Super Users are early adopter of UDW+, and will be the first to attend training and gain access to UDW+ and OBIEE. Once the Super Users in each school/division have become familiar with UDW+, and have developed any necessary school/division specific ad hoc reports, the UDW+ roll-out to other users within the department(s) will continue.

If you have questions about your role as a UDW+ Super User, please contact your School/Division's Fiscal Officer.


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UDW+ Training Delivery Methods

A blended learning approach is used to deliver UDW+ training. Blended learning combines different learning environments. This approach combines face-to-face classroom methods with computer-mediated activities such as live eLearning, and self-paced instruction to form an integrated instructional approach.

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