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Six More Colleges Gear Up for Oct. 25 and Nov. 8 Go-Live

October 07, 2021

The ctcLink Steering Committee met Tuesday with project managers and college leadership from deployment DG5-B colleges (Bellingham Technical College, Big Bend Community College, and Whatcom Community College) and DG5-C colleges (Bellevue College, Everett Community College, and Grays Harbor College) to discuss readiness for Oct. 25 and Nov. 8, 2021 ctcLink go-lives. After reviewing the readiness results, the ctcLink Steering Committee unanimously approved DG5-B go-live for Oct. 25 and DG5-C go-live for Nov. 8, 2021. >>

Next Deployment Group Gears Up for October 11 Go-Live

September 28, 2021

The ctcLink Steering Committee met today with Deployment Group 5-A — Green River College and Skagit Valley College — project managers and college leadership to consider readiness for ctcLink go-live. The committee unanimously approved DG5-A go-live for Oct. 11, 2021, after reviewing readiness areas for the colleges, as well as the ctcLink Project team’s readiness for DG5-A conversion and the SBCTC ctcLink Customer Support organization’s readiness to support DG5-A colleges post-go-live >>

“Lessons Learned” Take ctcLink to the Next Level

April 28, 2021

After each deployment group (DG) goes live in ctcLink, the ctcLink Project Team documents and compiles issues (as well as successes) and considers improvement strategies to be implemented for the next deployments. This process of documentation and continuous improvement is referred to as “ctcLink Lessons Learned.” >>

User Acceptance Testing Continues for DG4 Colleges

November 20, 2020

As February 2021 go-live draws nearer, Deployment Group 4 (DG4) colleges — Centralia College, Edmonds College, Highline College, North Seattle College, Seattle Central College, South Seattle College, Seattle College District, and Wenatchee Valley College — wrap up the first sprint of User Acceptance Testing (UAT) and will begin the next round of testing on Nov. 30. >>

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