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Episode 2: History of the Student Recordplaybutton2

In this episode of For the Record, we converse with Dr. Ethan Hutt from the University of Maryland and learn about the development of the student record and the role higher education (and registrars in particular) had in shaping it into what it is today.

Key Takeaways:

  • The student record as we know it today evolved over three distinct periods in higher education;
  • Registrars played a key role in standardizing the student record;
  • The student record will continue to evolve and registrars will continue to play a part in that evolution.

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Episode 03: Business Intelligence

Episode 04: Performance Management


Previous Episodes

Episode 1: What's a Registrar Anyway?playbutton2

In the first episode, we discuss the position of the registrar, its place in higher education’s history, the evolution of the role and the way technology has influenced that evolution, and the many and varied responsibilities registrars are charged with.