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This webinar will help you leverage Construct towards scalable text transformations on your data. We're not assuming any background experience with text manipulations, so come as you are, and find out how you can expertly manipulate strings.
CPO is designed to empower individuals involved in course planning with historical analyses and course forecasts to make data-informed decisions.
Read on to find out what elements consistently make for effective dashboards.
Learn more about the reasons why you should build financial dashboards and what metrics you should include.
This article details how the University of Michigan Medical School (UMMS) moved towards a more productive use of limited research space through a home-grown lab allocation process based on indirect cost recovery.
This report investigates how administrators within advancement offices evaluate donor perceptions, opinions, and satisfaction with the overall giving experience.
This report explores how advancement leadership reorganize staffing and unit structure to prepare for and support capital campaigns of more than one billion dollars. The report details the number and type of staff officers added to support the campaign, and how a campaign budget is developed. The report also traces campaign timeless and phases.
Includes sample dashboards and reports from dozens of institutions from across the spectrum of higher education, along with an Insights Brief highlighting key findings on the metrics most frequently reported to the Board, average number of indicators for each functional area, Key Performance Indicators compendium, and more.
Embedding Data in the Review Process to Improve Resource Allocation Streamlining Department Review with Standardized Data About St. Ambrose University (SAU) is a private university located in Davenport, IA with a total enrollment of 2,916. Quick Facts Institution Type: Private Enrollment: 2,916 Location: Midwest Partnership: Edify The Challenge Department chairs and deans lacked accessible data […]
Everyone wants to use data—but few on campus have the skills to do so effectively.