To survive and thrive in the current environment, institutions must engage in better informed decision-making and more sophisticated monitoring of the impacts of institutional practices and policies
To survive (and thrive) in the current environment, institutions must engage in better informed decision-making and more sophisticated monitoring of the impacts of institutional practices and policies. Given the vast amounts of data held across institutions, how do you know your data is being put to best use?
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Attend to learn how to:
Develop cooperative processes for sharing data
Use analytics to improve student learning and experience, as well as track research performance
Bring data together across multiple business units to support and monitor strategic planning
Processes for using data for the evaluation of programs and strategy
“As we move into a funding environment that focuses on performance measures, targets and accountability, a sound data governance framework will be crucial for the institutional researcher to contribute to and influence decision-making” Anne Young and Kevin McConkey, Journal of Institutional Research, October 2012
Link data and strategic decision making
Make data usable and accessible
Embed robust evaluation of institutional strategies
Use evidence to drive institutional performance
On Tuesday September 24, 2013 at 9:00 am, ends Wednesday September 25, 2013 at 5:00 pm.