A small group of CIOs will be invited to join EAB at a roundtable to discuss their needs and priorities. As CIOs become more important in our work, we must learn from this stakeholder in order to better fulfill their needs and engagement them on the Student Success products. This session is limited to Chief Information Officers.
This cohort will consist of three webinars designed to familiarize institutions with Next Generation Academic Planning, understand their plans for template publishing and maintenance, and equip them with the information needed to complete the migration to Next Generation AP in Spring/Summer 2023. We recommend that at least one representative from each institution in the cohort join each session and sessions will be recorded for those not able to join live.
This presentation will dig deeper into the data and share how institutions are using the opportunity to finally address student success challenges that have vexed us for years. Those that navigate the recovery well will find themselves stronger and better able to support students than they were before.
Periodic faculty-provided progress feedback on student performance and engagement in the classroom is a foundational part of any early alert strategy. However, its often a challenge to know where to start with (or how to improve) faculty engagement in those feedback mechanisms.
As students return to campus, many institutions deploy intake surveys to better understand their students’ needs. Are you asking the right questions the right way? Do you have a strategy to follow up and support students throughout the term based on what they share?
EAB announced today an extension of its flagship student success technology, Navigate, to help colleges engage and enroll prospective students. The new Recruitment Management module enhances Navigate’s customer relationship management (CRM) capabilities and allows institutions to recruit and retain students with a single, unified platform.
As we think about where student success is headed in the next decade, it’s useful to look back at where we’ve been. From guided pathways to student engagement and experience, this post reviews how our understanding of student success and success metrics has evolved by exploring the four big “lineages” of student success best practice.
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