University of Oregon

Integrated Data & Reporting (IDR) now includes university data on UO students

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UO staff who work with data involving UO students — including class rosters, lists of undergraduate majors, and departmental class schedules — now have access to that data through Integrated Data and Reporting (IDR).
 
The full list of new reports about students is available at http://idr.uoregon.edu/reports/student.

What is IDR?

IDR is a service that provides an integrated approach to campus data analysis and reporting. The web-based Cognos reporting tool offers access to finance, HR, and student data in formats that are intuitive to read, such as lists, graphical charts, and spreadsheets.
 
A core set of data is available to all IDR users, with additional data available through an approval process. IDR includes a set of standard enterprise reports, with more expected in the future. Departments can also create their own reports.
 
This service is available for both academic and administrative units. Training is also available. If you are a UO employee and need access to student, finance, or HR data in IDR, please visit http://idr.uoregon.edu/getting-access.
 
With the launch of student data and reports, the initial phase of the IDR project is complete. The next phase will add additional analytical features, reports, and dashboards to the service.

Legacy Data Warehouses Still Available

The legacy data warehouses for student, finance, and HR data (SIS, FIS, and HR DWHS) will continue to run in parallel to IDR. The IDR Steering Committee is developing a plan to sunset the legacy data warehouses in the future, once equivalent functionality is available in IDR, but no dates have been set. We will share updates with data warehouse users as that plan progresses.
 
Learn more about IDR at http://idr.uoregon.edu and at AroundtheO ("New tool eases access to data on finances, HR and students," 12/3/15).
 
If you have any questions about IDR, please send an email to idr@ithelp.uoregon.edu.