SXSW EDU 2020
Does Student Success Scale?
In the course of 5 years, 11 of the country’s largest publics have increased the number of low income graduates by 29%--a number with big implications for the health of our society and economy. One part of our strategy was analytics-powered advising, which we put to the test with a 10,0000-student federally-funded randomized control trial. After 3 years of research, come hear what has been learned--the wins and the trials--when we tap data to personalize and improve the student experience.
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- Hear results from the largest RCT on the impact of analytics-powered student advising, funded by the federal First in the World grant program.
- Understand the campus conditions necessary to optimize and scale student advising.
- Learn about common mistakes and lessons learned when deploying student success initiatives.
- Tim Renick, Senior Vice President of Student Success and Professor , Georgia State University
Jenna Talbot, SVP, Whiteboard Advisors