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MISSIONS, MEETING SCHEDULES & LOGISTICS
This table details all active PESC GROUPS AND COMMITTEES, providing a listing of each along with their corresponding mission statements, chair(s) and meeting schedules. All groups and committees are chaired by PESC Members and participation in all groups and committees is limited to PESC Members, except Academic Credentialing & Experiential Learning, Canadian PESC User Group and Global ID Workgroup, in which participation is open and offered free of charge to the general public.
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While policy leaders continue to drive and facilitate the transformation of credentialing, this task force is monitoring this transformation and community progress in order to prepare PESC for any new standards as well as any extensions or additions that might be needed to existing PESC APPROVED STANDARDS.
National Student Clearinghouse
CanPESC looks to ensure that all PESC development and deliverables support & incorporate Canadian-based stakeholder interests; encourages participation in PESC development efforts and groups; and promotes and educates Canadian stakeholders on the importance of data exchange standards and global interoperability.
Cathy van Soest,
EdExchange looks to establish a data exchange platform enabling the electronic exchange of standards-based data and digital documents. Achieved through an open web services architecture and associated standards, EdExchange is designed as a peer-to-peer network providing a secure, reliable and direct connection between institutions avoiding file-based technologies.
The Global ID Workgroup looks to establish a standardized methodology in order to develop a global directory service of institution codes.
The SAB governs the voluntary program offered for implementers of PESC APPROVED STANDARDS to indicate a uniform level of implementation according to the original intent and spirt of development efforts. The SAB follows a formal process governed by specific policies and procedures, and is comprised of PESC members appointed by the Board of Directors.
University of Phoenix
The Forum, governed by a Steering Committee, oversees and houses all development efforts (XML, JSON, PDF, EDI) and workgroups and is comprised of PESC members appointed by the Board of Directors.
The CCB governs the establishment and management of data elements, core components, taxonomies, schemas and code sets; authorizes all changes and updates to any and all PESC APPROVED STANDARDS; and is comprised of PESC members appointed by the Board of Directors.
ERUG governs all admissions and registrar-based PESC APPROVED STANDARDS including XML, EDI, PDF and others works closely to guide all agreed-upon changes through the CCB and TAB; and is comprised of PESC members appointed by the Board of Directors.
The TAB is responsible for updating and maintain all PESC technical specifications; for providing guidance and research on technical and architectural issues related to standards development in various technologies; and is comprised of PESC members appointed by the Board of Directors.
PESC GROUPS & COMMITTEES
include education leaders & experts
spanning policy, practice & technology,
working together through PESC
in 'co-opetition' - that is
'cooperation among competitors'.
GROUP & COMMITTEE
meetings are held regularly
weekly, monthly and/or quarterly
by voice and/or by webinar;
while they convene in-person
at Spring and Fall Data Summits.
Participation in PESC
GROUPS & COMMITTEES
is open and available to
representatives of PESC Member
organizations (in good standing).
Each PESC GROUP & COMMITTEE focuses
on one common cause or interest.
All GROUPS & COMMITTEES:
foster collaboration across educational sectors to solve industry-shared problems
strive to bring much needed clarity and coherence to the education eco-system
educate and inform on current initiatives
and emerging best practices impacting technology & standards
promote innovative, collaborative solutions that employ automated, reusable and sustainable technologies and standards