GDN Pilots, projects and best practices database
Starting February 2018, the GDN website will offer a moderated self-service pilot and best practices upload tool that will enable GDN participants and non-GDN participants to host information on their ongoing pilots and projects for others to see. The tool’s format will guide you through the data that may be uploaded. Once you are done uploading, your submission will be reviewed by the GDN Pilots Task Force who will need to approve the content before publishing iton the website. For more information, visit the I.D.E.A Hub.
G.R.E.E.N. Statement of Principles endorsed by Groningen Declaration Network
Digital educational data should encounter no limits wherever they are sent, to whomever, wherever. In order to make that happen, the networks through which these data are sent should offer open access, balanced with security and trust. That is what the G.R.E.E.N. Statement of Principles is about, G.R.E.E.N. being short for the Global Registrar EduRecord Exchange Network.
In September 2013, the G.R.E.E.N. Statement of Principles was publicly announced by the National Student Clearinghouse, in close cooperation with AACRAO and the AACRAO SPEEDE Committee.
The G.R.E.E.N. Statement of Principles is dedicated to promoting a free, open, principles‐driven data exchange ecosystem through which electronic student academic records can be securely exchanged worldwide. The Groningen Declaration Network endorses the G.R.E.E.N. Statement of Principles as one of those best practise that hopefully can henceforward inform the further development of the Digital Student Data Ecosystem.