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This session will highlight a variety of promotion tactics and successful examples that partner institutions have used for both staff and students. You’ll learn how to deepen engagement on campus by understanding your audience’s needs and preferences, using swag creatively and effectively, and incentivizing users by showing them how Navigate can make their lives easier.
To help you prepare, EAB gathered over a decade of our student success research into a single document, our Playbook for Student Success. This webinar will provide an overview of our strategy recommendations and provide a basis of discussion for the leadership team on your campus.
Progressive institutions are prioritizing strategies to help students develop the mindset and skills they need to succeed in college before they present in crisis. This session, originally presented at CONNECTED19, discusses how to prime students with resilience and mindset interventions as they transition to college, provide proactive support at high-stress
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.
We are excited to announce several improvements coming in early 2020 to the standard reporting functionality within Navigate. Register for this webconference to learn more.
We asked CONNECTED19 attendees to write product briefs for problems they needed Navigate to solve. Join this follow-up session, where we will synthesize the information from these briefs.
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.
This session will outline five steps in the early alert process and share successful practices for scaling impactful student interventions.