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Why Data Can’t Solve the Completion Crisis

With broad adoption of predictive analytics and data management software, colleges and universities have access to an amount of data that was unthinkable just ten years ago. But more information doesn’t always mean better action. Some colleges and universities' data work hasn't moved the needle at all. What does it take to leverage data to improve student success? Join a panel of university and technology leaders to discuss what is and isn't possible with data and student success innovation.

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  1. Discuss what tech companies, associations, and higher education institutions have learned about using data to improve student outcomes
  2. Understand the limitations of data's impact on students, as well as how these limitations can be overcome with well-designed student support programs
  3. Identify the importance of advisors in effective higher education data analysis programs



Ben Heverly, Senior Associate, Whiteboard Advisors

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  • Tags: edtech, data
  • Event: EDU
  • Format: Panel
  • Track: Higher Education
  • Level: Basic Understanding
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