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Using Data Visualizations to Advocate for Student Success
Item Code: WEB_ADVOC_STU_SUCC
Instructors: Tim Stanley
Recorded On: 11/19/2019
A wealth of data are collected throughout a student’s educational career to better understand their experience; those data are aggregated and used as evidence in improvement efforts. But, are those data easily accessible and consumable by all stakeholders? As higher education data and analytics professionals, it is our responsibility to ensure that the information we produce can be used to improve the student experience. In this session, we explore how we can serve as advocates of student data, how we can design visualizations and dashboards that clearly tells the student success story, and the types of data that should be used in those visualizations and dashboards.
As a result of this webinar, participants will:
Learn how data should inform continuous improvement efforts
Explore examples of data visualizations that support specific student success efforts
A recording of this webinar will be available for 30 days from the time of purchase.