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Summary: Electronic cohort default rate appeals process training sessions now available on video

Publication Date: March 12, 2008

Author: Susan Szabo, Chief Business Operations Officer, Federal Student Aid

Summary: Electronic cohort default rate appeals process training sessions now available on video

Posted on 03-12-2008

Federal Student Aid is pleased to announce that the electronic Cohort Default Rate Appeals process (eCDR Appeals) online training sessions are now available for viewing on video. These instructor-led online training sessions were held via Microsoft Office Live Meeting. They provide a demonstration of how a school or data manager user completes the registration process for the eCDR Appeals system and demonstrate how a school user prepares an incorrect data challenge (IDC) and how a data manager user responds to an IDC through the eCDR Appeals system. Session information and links to the videos are provided below.

Session title "eCDR Appeals for Schools"--includes registration for eCDR Appeals and training in the preparation/submission of cases: https://www302.livemeeting.com/cc/fsatraining/view?cn=&id=WD7Q38&pw=

Session title "eCDR Appeals for Data Managers"--includes registration for eCDR Appeals and training in case review/processing of cases: https://www302.livemeeting.com/cc/fsatraining/view?id=H2TQPC

Please note that a Recording Key is not required, simply enter your name and hit "View Recording". There are two versions of the video available for streaming or downloading. Please note that the Microsoft Office Live Meeting High-Fidelity Presentation version is not working correctly at this time. Microsoft Office is attempting to correct the issue; however, the Microsoft Office Live Meeting Replay version is working correctly. If viewing the Microsoft Office Live Meeting Replay version, it's recommended that you install the Replay Wrapper available at the same site.

If your organization has any questions regarding eCDR Appeals, please contact Default Prevention and Management at (202) 377-4259 or via e-mail at fsa.schools.default.management@ed.gov.

Last Modified: 03/11/2008