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Overview. Student data is complex, and prerequisite training in SRS and an online course is required. In addition, there is an established user community here at Penn that meets periodically, and a listserv is available to help you query Student data in the warehouse.

Listserv and user group. The users of the Student Data Collection in the Data Warehouse across the University have a wide range of expertise, and are a valuable resource when questions come up about student data: where it comes from and how it is used. When you are granted access to the data, you will automatically be given a subscription to the student-wh@lists.upenn.edu, the list devoted to users of the Student Data Collection, and you will be invited to meetings of the Student Data Collection user group. When you have questions or comments about the data, please send e-mail to the list or bring them up at a user group meeting. Announcements about dates for user group meetings will be sent to the list.

The list is also the place to send email if you notice that some documentation needs updating. For documentation published on the Web, please specify the URL for the documentation that needs to be updated. For Business Objects documentation, please specify the Universe, Class, and Object.

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