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Instructors:Eric Atchison, Mississippi State Institutions of Higher Learning & Wendy Kallina, Kennesaw State University
Recorded On: 03/20/2018
This webinar provides an overview of forecasting concepts and techniques. Topics include the history of forecasting, assumptions, data requirements, methodology, and the use and communication of results.
As a result of this webinar, participants will:
Understand why forecasting is important and identify potential stakeholders of this work.
Understand the basics of forecasting like time horizon, data patterns, associated costs of development, degree of accuracy needed, availability of data, and ease of operation.
Understand prior work conducted in enrollment forecasting.
Understand the best practices in forecasting like parsimony, appropriate update schedule, communications of assumptions, cross verification, and management of audience.
A recording of this webinar will be available for 30 days from the time of purchase.