For New Users
Discuss with your supervisor and/or fiscal officer which courses you need to take based on your particular responsibilities. See Steps to Gain Access to the Financial Systems.
iExpense Employee Training:
iExpense allows faculty and staff to enter and submit expense reports using a standard web browser and integrates with Oracle Payables for quick processing and payment. This hands-on session will walk employees through how to navigate the iExpense system, including setting preferences, preparing and submitting an expense report, and an overview of the business expense policy. This session is recommended for all faculty and employees.
All training sessions will be held on the first Wednesday of the month (dates below), from 1:30-3:30pm at the 37 Dewey Instructional Center/Computer lab.
October 5, 2016
November 2, 2016
December 7, 2016
January 4, 2017
February 1, 2017
March 1, 2017
April 5, 2017
May 3, 2017
June 7, 2017
July 5, 2017
August 2, 2017
September 6, 2017
To register for the courses below click ABC Signup.
Working with the Chart of Accounts - This course will provide an understanding of the General Ledger Chart of Accounts and the PTAEO used in the Oracle Grants Accounting. GL Chart Strings (pdf) - PTAEO Chart Strings (pdf):
This is a REQUIRED and prerequisite course in order to take the following courses:
IRA Basic-Running Financial Reports - This course will provide an understanding of the financial reporting tool (IRA). This is a prerequisite for the IRA Advanced course. Course reference material (pdf)
IRA Advanced- Modifying IRA Report Views - Learn how to use the Answers tool to modify IRA report views to create customized report views. Course reference material (pdf) - Pivot Table Views (pdf) - Pivot Table Data Fields by Report (pdf)
Working with eProcurement - This course is for anyone who needs access to the eProcurement system, either to order goods and services by requisition, or to approve requisitions created by others. Course reference material
Journal Entries in Oracle General Ledger, Web ADI - This course explains the journal entry process, guidelines and rules, and how to use the WebADI tool to create and upload journal entries to the Oracle General Ledger. Note: The Journal Entry method taught in this course is for non-grant-related transactions only. Course reference material (pdf)
Journal Entries in Oracle Grants Accounting, SPUD & Cost Transfers - This course explains the journal entry process, guidelines and rules, and how to use the SPUD tool to create cost transfers in Oracle Grants Accounting. Course reference material (pdf) Template Matrix (pdf)
To register or cancel a course, log on to the ABC Signup website. Note: You cannot cancel your registration on the day of the course using this link. If circumstances require you to cancel on the day of a course, please send e-mail to Fiscal.Services@Dartmouth.edu. If you are having difficulty registering for a course, refer to the Course Registration Help document (pdf).
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Fundriver (Endowment Fund System) Training
Fundriver is a web-based endowment management program that allows Dartmouth College to manage its endowments. Fundriver is the system that has replaced Funkhouser.
If you need HELP signing in to Fundriver or have system questions, please contact Institutional Accounting at Endowment.Fund.System@Dartmouth.edu. If you have questions regarding an endowment fund, please contact Endowment Administration staff.
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Last Updated: 9/29/16