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Get a sneak peek at our newest study, and discover 10 questions you need to ask when evaluating your current data-informed decision practices.
About the Webconference Determining which students need support is only the beginning. Often the most difficult part of an advisor’s role is communicating with students who may be in trouble to guide them to the best decision or action. This is even more difficult when students are unresponsive to traditional communication methods. During this session, […]
About the Webconference Over the last year, colleges and universities have been asking the IT Forum how they can assess if virtual or augmented reality (VR/AR) technology is a good fit for their campus. To address these questions, we’ve brought together four panelists from institutions that have adopted VR/AR technology. If VR/AR technology is on […]
Ransomware attacks are starting to feel inevitable and it’s important to stay vigilant and take preventative actions. Find out what you can do to prepare your organization for a cyberattack, both before and after employees encounter malware.
Learn five challenges you'll need to address—and the approaches that five schools are taking to meet them—for your cloud-based ERP implementation to produce a worthwhile technology investment.
Colleges and universities want to use data to drive decisions and address their greatest challenges on campus—and many assume that the data to make those decisions is IT’s domain. However, collaboration between IT and other campus members is critical to improve the potential of data-informed decision making. Here’s why.
Learn how the University of Wisconsin-Madison used course data to identify three root causes of bottlenecks, and how that insight helped highlight which departments were more prone to the issue.