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While these are certainly trying times, various circumstances can necessitate virtual services from today’s colleges and universities. Watch the on-demand webconference where EAB's Christina Hubbard, Senior Director of Strategic Research, will share a few recommendations that can help you, your students, and your staff to feel more connected even when they can’t interact in person.
Along your students’ college journey are many Pivotal Moments, inflection points that can mean the difference between success and failure. This session, originally presented at CONNECTED19, will help you understand the challenges related to Pivotal Moments across the student lifecycle and explore intervention strategies to help more students succeed.
While many schools have taken steps to improve the quality and consistency of follow-up to an indication of student risk (e.g., alert, progress report), most continue to face challenges in scaling impactful interventions. Watch our webconference to deepen you understanding of the five steps in the early alert process and learn successful practices that have proven to be impactful for other colleges and universities.
Who owns student success at your institution? Over the last five years, many schools have moved away from the old “owned by everyone” model in favor of one that assigns ownership to a specific leader tasked with overseeing key student services. This session explores the emerging role of the “Chief Student Success Officer” and how best to organize your own enterprise.
In this first session, we will focus on the upfront planning needed to allow for easier and more effective impact analysis of your student success initiatives. Planning includes clearly defining your goals, objectives, and strategies, as well as which metrics you will use to track impact.
In this second session, we will focus on the backend of the process – analyzing and reporting on the outcomes of your initiatives. We will dive deeper into using the tools within the Navigate platform to assist with your evaluation, including the new Intervention Effectiveness tool. We will then close out the session with recommendations for how to successfully communicate your results and use your successes (or challenges) to inform future initiatives.
This session, originally presented at CONNECTED19, will help leaders develop artifacts to equip advisors with the skills to proactively manage their assigned student caseloads using technology—with a special focus on new hire training, professional development, and goal-setting.
View this webinar to learn about our newly released Intervention Effectiveness tool. You can use this tool to assess the impact of in-platform (e.g., appointment campaigns) or offline (e.g., using a new tool in advising appointments) interventions on your student populations.