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Academic Technologies and Online Learning (ATOL)

Office Location: G-601

General Phone: 718-254-8565



General G-600 Lab Hours:

Monday - Thursday Friday
10:00am - 6:00pm 10:00am - 5:00pm

Voorhees V-217 Lab Hours:

Monday - Thursday Friday
11:00am - 6:00pm 11:00am - 5:00pm

ePARSE System

The Electronic Professional Activity Report & Self-Evaluation (ePARSE) system was implemented to facilitate the creation and review of a faculty PARSE report. The system is intended to help organize faculty PARSE submissions and streamline the review process. For information about the contents of the ePARSE, refer to the Guidelines for Faculty Personnel Process.

The Office of Faculty and Staff Relations (OFSR) sets due dates within the system in accordance to the Instructional Staff Calendar. The ePARSE system allows Faculty to make changes to their ePARSE on an ongoing basis. An ePARSE must be submitted via the system before the communicated due date. The submitted ePARSE is a snapshot of the PARSE information up until the point of submission. This submission will be locked for the review process on the due date. Additions or changes to the submitted ePARSE are not permitted after the due date, except as outlined in the Guidelines for Faculty Personnel Process. Note, that the submitted ePARSE can be edited and resubmitted up until the due date.

Security and Confidentiality

The ePARSE system is a web-based application intended to provide a convenient and comprehensive way for faculty members to prepare a record of their work and accomplishments in light of their overall goals. Information contained within the system is safeguarded using information security best practices. Access to the system and information therein is secured through individual credentials and role-based security. All users of the system, faculty, reviewers and members of the OFSR are subject to University information security policies.

ePARSE System Video Tutorials

ePARSE Tutorial: Login and Navigation

ePARSE Tutorial: Uploading Documents & Files

ePARSE Tutorial: Building my PARSE with Option 1