Product Line: Academic Performance Solutions
we discuss analyses to help institutions assess optional and non-essential academic expenditures, with a focus on optimizing units’ mix of instructors and workloads in response to changing student demand.
Learn analyses that every institution should consider to ensure their academic resources exclude non-essential academic expenditures.
we kick off the Responding to COVID-19: Harnessing APS Data and EAB Best Practices webinar series with recommendations on how to prioritize courses for redesign
Explore 3 questions guiding fall semester 2020 scenario planning, and emerging trends in how colleges and universities are responding to the uncertainty.
We’ll then introduce the EAB point of view on annual reviews to ensure that changes to the program portfolio are informed by data and a clear-eyed analysis of what benefits can realistically be expected.
In this series of webinars, we present an analytical framework for evaluating your institution’s academic resource allocations in light of COVID-19. In this session, we continue with analyses that every institution should consider to ensure their academic resources are deployed in a way that best balances mission and efficiency. In particular, we discuss analyses to help institutions assess optional and non-essential academic expenditures, with a focus on using cost data to identify opportunities to improve efficiency without sacrificing quality.
In this session, we begin with analyses that every institution should consider to ensure their academic resources are deployed in a way that best balances mission and efficiency.
Academic Performance Solutions (APS) is a decision-support platform that allows academic leaders to easily access data to monitor key performance indicators around course offerings, faculty workload, course completion rates, and department-level costs. Learn more about how community and technical colleges are leveraging the resources and consultative services included with APS to incorporate data into academic and operational decision-making processes to increase resource efficiency and improve student progress.
As a result of the CARES Act, your institution now has money to disburse to students. This webconference will answer key questions about use of these funds.
This self-assessment tool helps college and university leaders identify key opportunities for improvement within their institutional success strategy.