EDEXCHANGE 

is the principal

project of PESC’s

Common Data Services

(CDS) Task force.



EDEXCHANGE 

operates as a

User Group and participation in

User Group meetings is encouraged

and open to representatives of

PESC Member organizations. 


EDEXCHANGE

Chairs

Mark Cohen, California Community Colleges

Tuan Anh Do, PESC Board of Directors




EDEXCHANGE

Steering Committee

Rajeev Arora, SVP Products, Parchment
Mark Cohen, California Community Colleges
Tuan Anh Do,
PESC Board of Directors
Doug Falk,
Vice President and CIO, National Student Clearinghouse
James Kelly,
Senior Director of Technology, Educational Credential Evaluators
Michael Sessa,
President & CEO, PESC
Monterey Sims,
Director of Admissions & Evaluation, University of Phoenix
Jack Weber,
Executive Vice President, Credentials Solutions



MEETING SCHEDULE
Weekly - Thursdays 11am EST



LIST
CDS@lists.pesc.org



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EDEXCHANGE USER GROUP

Organizations Participating

AACRAO
AcademyOne
ACT
ApplyAlberta
Arizona State University
Bardic Systems
BC Campus
Brigham Young University
California Community Colleges
California State University System Credentials Solutions
Educational Credential Evaluators

Internet 2

National Student Clearinghouse
Ontario College Application Service
Ontario Universities’ Application Centre
Parchment
San Francisco State University
Stanford University
Student Connections
University of British Columbia
University of Missouri System
University of Phoenix
University of Southern California





EdExchange Student And Education Data Exchange

FALL 2017

DATA SUMMIT

PROGRAM <

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EDEXCHANGE 

is a neutral, data exchange platform,

Application Platform as a Service (aPaaS or PaaS), 

enabling the electronic & automated exchange of

standards-based data & digital documents. 


Achieved through an open web services

architecture and associated standards,

EDEXCHANGE 

is a look-up service, designed as

a peer-to-peer network providing a secure,

reliable & direct connection between users 

avoiding file-based technologies.

​​EDEXCHANGE


CDS/EDEXCHANGE BREAKOUTS
FOR FALL 2017 DATA SUMMIT


CDS/EDEXCHANGE MEETING NOTES

SEPTEMBER 28, 2017

​AUDIO


​ EDEXCHANGE DEMO

WEBINAR

GETTING STARTED


GITHUB


MAPPING



​>>  WHAT IS
EDEXCHANGE? 


EDEXCHANGE is a data exchange service offered and operated by PESC and directly managed by PESC Members. The foundation of the service is a directory 'look up' server that lists institutions, service providers and others that are able to exchange data electronically. The server itemizes the technical capacity of each, which document types are supported electronically and additional identifier data.  To exchange data, users then connect directly with the respective recipient.



>>  HOW DID EDEXCHANGE START?


EDEXCHANGE is a project of PESC's Common Data Services Task Force (CDS launched at Fall 2011 Data Summit).,  California's Community College Technology Center requested through PESC the formation of CDS and EDEXCHANGE, and have remained consistent leaders and participants, dedicating resources, hardware, software, and technical staff to run the service in test and throughout the pilot phase.



>>  WHO IS INVOLVED WITH EDEXCHANGE?


EDEXCHANGE is currently in pilot phase with six organizations: California Community Colleges, Credentials Solutions, Educational Credential Evaluators, National Student Clearinghouse, Parchment and University of Phoenix.



>>  WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF EDEXCHANGE?


EDEXCHANGE provides those that use, collect or exchange data with a consistent, reliable, open, cross-sector standardized option for data exchange.  Whether institutions connect directly or use a third party service provider, EDEXCHANGE serves both, providing data exchange services for all educational needs.


>>  HOW IS EDEXCHANGE GOVERNED?


The EDEXCHANGE User Group established a Steering Committee in 2015, ultimately governed by the PESC Board of Directors, to administer more direct management, oversight and strategic planning of EDEXCHANGE. The Steering Committee is made up of nine PESC member representatives, is diverse, representing the various sectors across education, is semi-autonomous, and is responsible for the overall management and operation of EDEXCHANGE.



>>  WHAT IS THE CURRENT STATUS OF EDEXCHANGE?


EDEXCHANGE is in pilot phase.  In 2016, PESC called for pilot participants and the following six organizations that responded are all in some varying degree of progress within their respective pilots: California Community College System, Credentials Solutions, Educational Credential Evaluators, National Student Clearinghouse, Parchment, University of Phoenix.



>>  HOW MUCH DOES EDEXCHANGE COST?


EDEXCHANGE seeks wide adoption.  In order to achieve this mission, it is envisioned that EDEXCHANGE users would remit a nominal, annual subscription service fee allowing unlimited use of the service while general lookup would be free of charge.


​>>  HOW DO I GET INVOLVED WITH EDEXCHANGE?


EDEXCHANGE User Group meetings are open to all PESC Members. Join the User Group calls held every other Thursday at 1pm EDT.










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EDEXCHANGE diagram of Users and Super Users
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FALL 2017 DATA SUMMIT
PESC Celebrates 20th Anniversary in 2017

​​Unlock the Mobility of  Education Data with PESC Approved Standards


BENEFITS OF

EDEXCHANGE



EDEXCHANGE  

does not limit types of data

and digital documents to be exchanged.


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EDEXCHANGE  

is not a database and does

not store digital documents or data.


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EDEXCHANGE  

requires a peer-to-peer

direct connection for delivery of

digital documents and data.


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EDEXCHANGE 

use is voluntary and

compliments previously established

protocols between organizations that

exchange digital documents and data.


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EDEXCHANGE  

is open source, and in partnership

with Apereo, the EDEXCHANGE 

specification, designed with open web

services architecture, is governed

as an open source community effort.


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EDEXCHANGE 

is owned and operated

by PESC and is governed and

managed directly by PESC Members.