Predictive Analytics Webinar

Hosted by Jason Lane, Vice Provost for Academic Planning and Strategic Leadership and Senior Associate Vice Chancellor, The State University of New York (SUNY)

Date: October 19, 2017
Time: 1:30pm EDT/12:30pm CDT/11:30am MDT/10:30am PDT

Colleges campuses have been spending hundreds of thousands of dollars investing in new data analytic solutions with the hopes of improving student success on campuses. However, the impact of such solutions is moderated by the extent to which the campus has the capacity to understand and use the new data. So, how do you build a campus culture that embraces data analytics and understands and has the resources to use it to improve student success?

Over the past year, system leaders from SUNY, the University System of Maryland, and the Tennessee Board of Regents have been developing new tools to help systems and campuses further their understanding of the emerging role of data analytics and to help build campus capacity to more effectively use data to drive student success. The first set of tools, developed with support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, includes a set of guiding principles, a buyer’s guide, and a guided pathways document to help leaders link actions to findings.

The webinar will provide an overview of these tools and engage participants in a conversation about how improve campus capacities to use data for student success. Participants in the webinar will receive copies of each of these tools, be invited to provide feedback for their improvement, and will learn about the development of new tools in the works.

If you would like to join, please contact Krissy@nash-dc.org for a registration link.

Please contact Krissy Haynes, Krissy@nash-dc.org for additional details about upcoming webinars.