New FERPA training available in myUA Learning Library

by Michelle Saport  |   

The University of Alaska (UA) recently adopted new Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA) training. It is available in the myUA Learning Library (type FERPA in the search box). All UA employees that work with and/or have access to student information and records are required to complete FERPA training when they first join the university system. These same employees are asked to complete FERPA training annually thereafter to remain up-to-date, refresh their knowledge, and help avoid FERPA violations.

Unlike the prior training, the new FERPA training does not produce a certificate. Completion of FERPA training in the myUA Learning Library is automatically logged in Banner, the university's student information system. The new training can be completed in 8-10 minutes.

All employees are invited to explore UA's new FERPA training and provide feedback. Please contact the University Registrar, Lindsey Chadwell, with feedback, questions or to report a potential FERPA violation.

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