Tag: Data and Analytics
See four lessons to inspire better data stewardship across campus.
Academic Performance Solution (APS) technology helps academic leaders to make informed, effective, and timely decisions. See four key ways members have seen tangible returns on their investment in APS.
Read our latest post to learn how to think cross-departmentally to facilitate interdisciplinary program launches.
Dr. Richard Wilkens, Associate Provost at Salisbury University (SU), spoke with us about how he has led SU’s efforts to create a data-informed culture. See what tips he shared to increase adoption and use of data, analyses that helped increase course completion rates, and more.
Data-informed decisions are a priority for most college and universities. But simply making the data available is hardly enough of a push to get staff to actively use it. Here’s three secrets to influence increased data utilization at your school.
See what questions our Academic Performance Solutions platform can help you answer and learn why we’re focusing on program analytics in the new year.
The first session of the series will provide a brief overview of the APS Benchmarks dashboard.
Providing academic leaders with access to data does not guarantee the use of data to make decisions. At our annual summit we outlined three imperatives to help bridge this gap in utilization.
College and university leaders have a growing imperative to consistently use data to inform decisions about faculty resource allocation, course offerings, costs, new programs, and others. But with the introduction of data often comes resistance, stemming from the fear that data will tell a different, possibly unfavorable, story about academic unit-level performance. Here’s how to identify and respond to your toughest data critics.
Avoid these common missteps colleges and universities make in academic portfolio review and in pursuit of strategic growth.