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The New University Alliances Community on SCN

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The New University Alliances Community on SCN

The University Alliances (UA) Community is proud to be a part of the SAP Community Network (SCN) migration to the new Jive SBS 5.0 platform.

This community provides you global and regional access to important academic information, collaboration, and participation in an easy-to-use environment.

Highlights include:

  • Leveraging Current Resources – Only certain components will migrate to Jive. We will still continue to leverage SCN features such as the federated search from across multiple SAP online properties, single sign-on, Knowledge Management System (KM) for the article library, e-learning and videos.
  • Private Access to the Curricula Library – For our professors and lecturers who access the UA private members-only curricula library it will continue to be hosted in the current platform with no changes. Later in the year we will migrate this content over to the new SAP Community Network and bring it to a single platform experience. 
  • Your Feedback – We continue to listen to your feedback. We have conducted a community survey and held interviews, receiving valuable insights from many of you. We continue to be open to your suggestions as we move forward in 2012 and beyond.

When you visit the UA Community for the first time, we encourage you to listen to our brief recorded tour of the site which can be found on the left side of the site. It will highlight many of the new features, navigation, FAQs, and how you can participate by way of blogs, forums, and content contributions.

We look forward to experiencing the new University Alliances Community on the SAP Community Network with you. If you have any questions or comments, contact us at

Best regards,
The UA Community Team

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      Peterborough ON