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Tracking Over Time

Question asked by michelefish on Oct 6, 2015
Latest reply on Oct 6, 2015 by michelefish

I need to track data on 4 groups of individuals (adult learners, students, supervisors, stakeholders) over time (semesters).

  • Adult learners are employees who have supervisors that can change over time, even during a semester.
  • Adult learners may be enrolled in the program for more than one semester.
  • Students are assigned to one or more adult learners each semester.
  • Students may enrolled for more than one semester.
  • Stakeholders are other individuals who may be connected to adult learners (e.g., referral source), students (e.g., faculty advisor), and/or supervisors (e.g., their supervisors) or just "friends" of the program.

 

For each individual, I want to be able to display current term involvement as well as previous term involvement.

I also need to be able to analyze individual and group data in a variety of ways overall and by term.

 

I'm struggling with how many tables to use due to the potential for several many-to-many relationships. Once I have that figured out, I can manage the rest. Just getting the main tables figured out is often my greatest stumbling point. I would appreciate suggestions for how to set up my main tables.

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