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Learn@Work - New Learning Management System for Compliance and Trainings

Posted Date: 4/16/2015 11:19 AM

Content Categories: Education-General Announcements; Research Compliance

Subject: New System for Tracking Compliance and Training Requirements: Learn@Work

Learn@Work - Coming Soon!

Washington University faculty and staff members have many mandatory compliance and training requirements that must be completed upon hire and on an ongoing basis. From their perspective, the current processes for training, monitoring, and notifications are uncoordinated, difficult to manage, and cumbersome.

In June, 2013, the Faculty Practice Plan Clinical Practice Committee at the Medical School commissioned a task force to develop recommendations with the goal of creating a faculty-centric and user-friendly portal to access and track all compliance training requirements and developing a coordinated process to notify faculty of their upcoming activities.

As a result of the task force findings and recommendations, Washington University has decided to implement a new university wide learning management system (Learn@Work). Learn@Work is a cloud-based application that will replace the current compliance training system (RAS).

Learn@Work will provide faculty with:

  • A single web based site to accurately track and complete compliance activities
  • A “dashboard” view of assigned compliance training (see attachment below for an example)
  • A monthly email summary of all assigned compliance training
  • The ability to access compliance training from mobile devices
Implementation is scheduled for March 2015. Stay tuned for more details on Learn@Work in the upcoming weeks prior to go-live.​

For more information please contact Michele Harashe at (314) 935-2960 or LearnAtWork@wustl.edu.


This information was authored by Danica Johnson  

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