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Welcome to Training and Organizational Development's myUFL Toolkits! These pages are designed to provide, in one place, the key resources you need to learn and use the myUFL system--the university's term for our business applications system, which includes PeopleSoft functionality.General Information
Home Identity Management
Instruction Guides: Alphabetical List Security Roles
myUFL Basics Toolkit Feedback
Financial Toolkits HR Toolkits
Asset Management Commitment Accounting
Budget & Commitment Control Effort Reporting
Budget Checking Enterprise Reporting
Chartfields Foreign Nationals
Distance Learning Hiring and Additional Pay
Grants Job and Position Actions
Hyperion Budgeting myUFL HR/Payroll Upgrade
Journal Entry Online Promotion & Tenure
Managerial Budgets Person of Interest
Material & Supply/Equipment Use Fees Time and Labor
myUF Payment Solutions
Paying Vendors Enterprise Reporting Toolkits
Requesting UF Budgets for Support Units Query Studio
Student Financials Reconciliation
Travel and Expense
Florida Polytechnic University
Most toolkits contain several key sections:
simulations.asp Web Simulations provide you with the opportunity to see and practice important procedures in a simulated myUFL environment.
alphalist.asp Go to the Instruction Guides section to find the processes described in an easy-to-follow step-by-step format.
The Training section will identify the classroom and online training opportunities for that subject and provide a link to class schedules and registration.
Find the required roles for common end-user functions related to the topic in the Security Roles section. For a full listing of security roles and related information, please check the Enterprise Systems web site.
If there is other information that might help you to better understand these procedures or related policies, we have listed them in the Other Helpful Information section.
Finally, most pages include key Contact Information so you can find the best resources for answering your remaining questions.
We hope you find these pages useful. Please let us know if there are any other tools we can add to make them even more helpful. After you use a toolkit, send us your feedback!
December 10, 2013 8:30 AM