What is the ctcLink Document Repository?
The ctcLink Document Repository (cDR) is a centralized access point for ctcLink project-related documentation. The cDR is built on the Box™ file storage and sharing platform and configured specifically for the needs of the ctcLink Project.
Its purpose and scope is to support the ctcLink implementation and its continuing use as an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution.
Who may use the cDR?
The cDR is for any SBCTC or Washington community and technical college system staff working to implement the ctcLink Project or who work with the PeopleSoft ERP software.
How do I get access?
Access to the cDR is by invitation only. Direct your request to your college’s ctcLink project manager (PM). If authorized, your PM will work directly with the cDR Manager to arrange for your access.
How do I stop getting all the cDR notification emails?
By default, the cDR sends an email notification any time a document is added to folders shared with you. Here’s how to turn off those notifications:
- Go to Box.com and log in using your email as the username and whatever password you created when you created your Box account.
- Click on your name icon in the upper right corner of the user interface.
- Select Account Settings.
- Click on the Sharing tab.
- In the Email Notification section, Uncheck the boxes in the “folders I’ve joined” column.
What content is in the cDR?
Any content that supports the purpose of the ctcLink Project may be found in the cDR.
Content will be continuously added from launch through the time that all colleges have successfully implemented the PeopleSoft ERP system. Content archived in previous storage solutions will also be moved into the cDR.
Who is in charge of the cDR?
The cDR Manager oversees build-out and manages the cDR as part of the ctcLink Project team. A Governance Team (including ctcLink project staff from SBCTC and the colleges), sets cDR usage policy and identifies which content should be included.
cDR User Manual
ctcLink Document Repository (cDR) User Manual in the ctcLink Reference Center
Where Can I Find Documents and Resources?
Last Modified: 7/23/18 1:02 PM