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Training

Program Prioritization Data System
Program Author Training

Prioritization Plus is the web-based software system that NIU is implementing to facilitate the collection and review of program information as part of the program prioritization process. These workshops are for academic and administrative program administrators (department chairs, directors, etc.) responsible for drafting narrative responses and providing supplemental data as part of the Program Prioritization process. Advance registration is required.

For the hands-on workshops (90 minutes in length), individuals will have opportunity to practice entering program narrative information in Prioritization Plus, as well as learn the basics of how to login and access institutionally provided data and enter a program write up and other supplemental data. 

For the online workshops (60 minutes in length), individuals will have an opportunity to view all the steps for accessing and entering program information in Prioritization Plus as well as ask questions about the process for entering program information.


Data Workshops

NIU’s Program Prioritization Coordinating Team is providing additional data assistance for program authors over the next several weeks. These will be open-house style workshops are intended for authors seeking assistance in interpreting, applying, and integrating data into their narrations.

Four data workshops have been scheduled:

  • Monday, Oct. 26, 10 – noon, HSC Room 505
  • Friday, Oct. 30, 10 – noon, HSC Room 505
  • Tuesday, Nov. 3, 10 – noon, HSC Room 306
  • Thursday, Nov. 5, 10 – noon, HSC Room 306

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Additional Training Resources

The Program Prioritization Data Support Team has developed additional training resources, including video tutorials and printable quick guides with step-by-step instructions on using the Prioritization Plus system.

For questions about training workshops or resources, email the Program Prioritization Data Support and Training Team at prioritizationsupport@niu.edu