MyOHIO Success Network connects the OHIO community to students and each other in pursuit of student success.
The tools available to faculty through the MyOHIO Success Network will provide you with a simple, convenient method of reporting concerns about a student, replacing the Academic Alert submission process (for all new Athens students and all RHE and ECAMPUS students in Fall 2016 and all OHIO undergraduate in Fall 2017).
MyOHIO Success Network is an information-sharing tool that allows us to accurately and efficiently identify the right student at the right time and refer them to the appropriate campus resources.
See the Resources & Links page for helpful training documentation.
Pilot: Fall 2016-Spring 2017
The 2016-2017 Academic Year will be a pilot year and during this year depending on your campus and the courses you teach, you may receive and email prompting you to follow a link to a brief student progress survey. On the progress survey, you will be able to quickly"Flag" (report a concern) on any students in your course who are not meeting expectations (i.e. poor academic performance, missing assigments, attendance concern). At the same time, you will be able to provide positive feedback in the form of "Kudos" for students who are doing well or showing improvement. In either case, a simple "check" in the appropriate box and a click of "submit" completes the task. Feedback for an entire class can be submitted in less than two minutes!
What if I want to report a concern about a student?
At anytime, faculty who wish to can raise additional Flags or provide Kudos to students by logging in to the MyOHIO Success Network and going to STUDENTS and clicking on the My Students Tab.
But please remember, on the Athens campus, MyOHIO Success Network is replacing the old MapWorks program for First Year students. For the regional campuses and ECAMPUS, all students are covered by the MyOHIO Success Network.
What happens to the Flags?
Flags will only be cleared when the situation no longer exists, the student has responded to our outreach attemps or the semester has ended.
Some Informational Flags reporting a concern may not be cleared until the end of the semester, but these Informational Flags are a critical piece of information on how the student is doing and are aggregated to help us identify and prioritize students for outreach.
Action Flags call for an advisor or student services staff to outreach to the student. Once someone has met with the student to discuss the issue, these Flags will be cleared.
How else can the MyOHIO Success Network be used?
The MyOHIO Success Network is being implemented over the 2016-2017 Academic Year, with new services rolling out for use each term. Updates and details can be found in the Latest News and Updates section. Current plan include using the system to do the following: