Analytics and Student Success: Research and Benchmarking

Thursday, October 27 | 8:00am - 8:50am ET | Meeting Room 304A/B, Level Three
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
Benchmarking can be used to calibrate institutional priorities, compare outcomes to peers, and measure progress toward institutional self-improvement. In this session we will discuss developing a framework for establishing benchmarks, aspirations for improving, and measuring success. We will look at specific benchmarks relevant to different types of institutions and the maturity of these benchmarks. This session will introduce participants to EDUCAUSE analytics and student success benchmarking tools and resources as well as showcase community members' case studies for benchmarking these topics.


Outcomes: Learn about the analytics and student success benchmarking tools and resources available through EDUCAUSE * Discover new methods that will help you adopt sound analytics and student success benchmarking practices on your campus * Expand your knowledge and appreciation for analytics and student success benchmarking use cases and business practices from your peer panelists

Speakers

  • Jeffrey Pomerantz

    Senior Researcher, EDUCAUSE
  • D. Christopher Brooks

    Interim Director of Research, EDUCAUSE