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Watch this two-minute video with EAB expert, David Attis, on how COVID-19 is changing university spending trends and how to think about cost-cutting
The resources on this page provide leaders with a framework to approach cost optimization, platform demonstrations and step-by-step guides to apply analyses, and best practice strategies to consider.
Although the financial impacts of COVID-19 on the fall 2020 term are uncertain, one thing for certain is institutions are planning for multiple scenarios of what their campus could look like in the future. In every scenario, budget shortfalls are expected. Use this four-tiered framework to help identify cost optimization opportunities.
Explore 3 questions guiding fall semester 2020 scenario planning, and emerging trends in how colleges and universities are responding to the uncertainty.
This session is intended for you to think strategically about next fall's course schedule and work alongside your APS Collaborative peers to explore your data and uncover concrete course recommendations to inform your Fall 2021 planning.
Learn how your campus’s complicated technology infrastructure may be holding back strategic analytics efforts.
To use data for decision-making, campus leaders must overcome obstacles to data literacy. See tested strategies from our partner schools to build and improve data literacy.
Join us for a reprisal of one of our most popular 2019 APS Summit breakout sessions. Watch this on-demand webconference for a look at the APS Program Analytics feature and learn how the new program-level data can support program portfolio management and annual department health check-ups.
Watch the archived webinar to hear key findings from Academic Performance Solutions’ latest benchmarking data on the top drivers of instructional costs and trends in cost-per-student credit hour by department.
In this short video, Dr. Mazachek also discusses how access to data has transformed decision-making and which APS analyses have been most impactful for Washburn’s academic leaders.