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The University of Calgary developed a system for students to add non-course related experiences to their records.

The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is the University of Calgary’s official document that recognizes a student’s out-of-classroom experiences. Out-of-classroom is defined as any activity that occurs outside of the classroom, lab, practica, or internship, but which is still connected to the university. The U of C is the first university to establish a Co-Curricular Record in Western Canada. The CCR is being funded through a Quality Money Grant from the University of Calgary Students’ Union. (Source)

The system includes a fixed set of activities which can be added to the system by an authenticated user (Source)

It's not clear how these records are stored or made available.


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