New HEDA Trailhead Trail – Foundational Knowledge for a Connected Campus
Salesforce.org released the Higher Education Data Architecture (HEDA) in March of this year. With incredible collaboration and adoption from our community, we’ve seen a wild gain in momentum in a very short amount of time. HEDA has truly become the foundation for the Connected Campus – helping our customers realize accelerated success with Salesforce.
Today, we are thrilled to announce a Salesforce.org Trail specifically for HEDA. It’s time to accelerate the acceleration! If you’re looking to get started with HEDA, this new Trail is the perfect place to begin your journey. Learn the ins-and-outs of the Higher Ed Data Architecture, and quickly become an expert with this fun and interactive training. We take you through the HEDA Account model, Affiliated Accounts, Relationships, Academic Programs, Courses, and more!
Get started with the new HEDA Trail right away! And if you’re coming to Dreamforce, we invite you to come to the Higher Ed Kickoff, Tuesday, October 4th at 9:00 a.m., to hear more about how we put the Trail together. We’ll also be talking about HEDA and Trailhead throughout the entire week in our Salesforce.org Lodge at The Westin St. Francis.
We’d like to extend a huge thank you to the entire community of customers and partners, who’ve not only contributed to the success of HEDA, but who helped build the HEDA Trail with our team. Specifically, we’d like to thank Jace Bryan from Texas A&M University Commerce, who provided most of the crucial content and insight for this exciting material. You’ll be able to see Jace onstage at Dreamforce during the Kickoff and meet her afterwards – so be sure grab a front-row seat Tuesday morning!
Learning never gets old – especially when it contributes to the success of your institution. So give it a try today!
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