Starting Nov. 6, employees will search and register for learning and development courses in a new system.
The Office of Human Resources is expanding the MyTrack system, currently used for recruitment and onboarding, to include a learning module focused on employee professional learning and development. The expanded features of MyTrack will enable employees and supervisors to collaborate by creating customized development plans. They can search and register for learning activities and track progress toward development goals.
Making Tracks, the current course listing and registration system, will be discontinued when the MyTrack learning module goes live. In preparation for the transition, course registration will be unavailable for a brief period so that current course registration data can be transferred from Making Tracks to MyTrack.
Employees and course administrators will be unable to register or view course listings and registrations from midnight Oct. 31 until the morning of Nov. 6. Human resources is working to complete this transfer process before MyTrack fully comes online, but some registrations may appear shortly after.
Employees will access the MyTrack system beginning Nov. 6 through the HR website. The system authenticates employees by asking them to enter their Duck ID and password. Once successfully logged in, employees will have access to the MyTrack employee portal and be able to search and register for activities through the learning library.
Additional information to help employees prepare for the transition from Making Tracks to MyTrack was recently published in Around the O Workplace.