Content Type: Toolkit
As IT leaders continue to navigate operations amidst COVID-19, they must regularly reflect purposefully on the efficacy of their immediate response and ongoing operations. This toolkit is intended for CTOs to assess their operations amidst COVID-19, identify areas for improvement, and identify operational metrics to explain IT’s contributions amidst COVID-19.
The pricing landscape today is challenging. College and universities face acute financial pressures, and families are struggling to afford college. This resource provides in-depth analyses of alternative pricing strategies, as well as a disciplined decision guide to help college and university leaders determine whether to pursue a given strategy.
To prepare students for careers and postgraduate studies it is important to align academic requirements with co-curricular opportunities. Discover the resources needed s to support the creation and deployment of experiential major maps.
Given the magnitude of the COVID-19 crisis, it can be difficult for campus leaders and their teams to find time to review the success of past efforts and pull out lessons learned for the upcoming semester. To assist in these efforts, this toolkit and guide provides a framework for reflecting on and enhancing the institution’s ongoing response to COVID-19.
Your K-12 district’s COVID-19 website serves as a central repository for all information related to how the pandemic currently impacts students, families, teachers, staff, and other community stakeholders. This audit helps districts optimize their COVID-19 websites to ensure everyone can easily find available resources, up-to-date communications, and current operating status.
This toolkit enables managers to create remote onboarding plans for higher ed that uniquely support remote new hires.
College and university advancement leaders need a way to track short-term and long-term goals. This check-in template will help gift officers and managers track short-term contacts, moves, and leading indicators to assess progress toward annual goals.
K-12 district leaders are expecting to see a continued surge in the number of students requiring additional support for their mental health. The ten strategies in this toolkit provide district teams with a structured approach for school-based mental health supports, forming the foundations of a “population health management” model that will improve outcomes for students and reduce strain on district staff and resources.
To help students graduate, institutions must do more than rely on the traditional once-per-semester advising appointment—they need to send timely communications that prompt students to complete required tasks. Learn how to refine student communications and promote unit coordination in this toolkit.
The Web Presence Audit contains a series of exercises to conduct collaboratively with your school’s admissions, communications, and marketing teams. By working together, you can examine various aspects of your school’s web presence and think strategically about how best to communicate key messages online to prospective families that may not be directly reaching out to you to learn about your institution.