Manuel Dietze and Stephan Velay of unisolution GmbH at the U.S. Briefing on RS3G hosted by PESC on May 28, 2008.
On November 9, 2007, forty participants from thirteen countries met in Rome, Italy in a workshop to begin discussing how to define electronic standards for the exchange of student data between institutions of higher education. The workshop and the group now referred to as the "Rome Student Standards and Systems Group" ("RS3G") is continuing the initiative. As PESC and U.S. higher education have a vested interest in this initiative, several representatives from PESC and the U.S. attended this first workshop in Rome and continue to participate.
For a complete overview of this first workshop including a final report and presentations, click here. Minutes prepared by both Dave Moldoff and Jim Farmer are posted to the right.
A second workshop was held in Dublin, Ireland on April 25, 2008. For a complete overview of the second workshop, click here. Minutes prepared by Jim Farmer are posted to the right as well.
Two European representatives from the workshop, Manuel Dietz and Stephane Velay of unisolution GmbH, presented a briefing in Washington, D.C. at PESC's offices on Wednesday May 28, 2008.
A third RS3G workshop was held on December 11, 2008 in Stuttgart, Germany. Minutes prepared by both Dave Moldoff and Jim Farmer are posted to the right.
Manuel Dietze will also be presenting a session as a featured speaker at the upcoming 6th Annual Conference on Technology & Standards.
Stay tuned for more information on this third workshop.
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