EAB: Navigate - Differences Between Navigate & Degree Works

Summary:

This article will outline the key differences between Navigate and DegreeWorks' applications.

Content:

Navigate:

  • Allows students and advisors to schedule appointments with each other in a simply easy to use interface
  • Advisors can record notes pertaining to academic advising conversations so that other advisors and faculty have a single source to reference to ensure they have the latest information regarding a student and their academic progress
  • Allows advisors a single application to reference for student success as it pertains to GPA
  • Advisors can see current and past classes taken and the recorded grades
  • Allows a proactive approach for student retention
  • Tracks changes in majors for the student

Navigate is adminstered by Teaching & Learning Technologies, for additional assistance please use the links below under "Need Additional Help"

DegreeWorks:

  • This is a degree audit tool used to ensure students are taking and making progress against required classes and degree requirements for graduation
  • Shows what courses have been completed, including grades and in progress coursework.  Courses are grouped into appropriate degree requirement sections
  • Lists incomplete/remaining degree requirements
  • Allows you to run a "What-If" Degree Evaluation for different programs
  • NOT used to store advising notes
  • Students with questions about their Degree Work' audit should consult their academic advisor

DegreeWorks is maintained by the UNH Registrar's office.  For additional assistance with DegreeWorks please reach out to the registrar's office:  Registrars.Office@unh.edu  P: (603)862-1500

Need additional help?

Please fill out the EAB (Navigate) web form with as much information as possible, or contact the ET&S Help Desk team on your local campus.

For additional Training please visit the AT Docs & Training site

 

 

Details

Article ID: 1858
Created
Fri 7/19/19 6:24 PM
Modified
Fri 2/12/21 9:35 AM
Applicable Institution(s):
Plymouth State University (PSU)
University of New Hampshire (UNH)