Defining and Dashboarding Student Success: Jump-Starting Data-Driven Decision-Making

Friday, November 02 | 9:00AM–9:45AM MT | Meeting Room 501/502
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
How can we help our institutions create a data-enabled culture that improves decision-making and student success? We will use a dashboarding activity to challenge attendees to define student success indicators, identify and connect direct and indirect evidence, and collaborate to synthesize meaning from scenarios representative of real institutional problems.

Outcomes: Create a dashboard of indicators to define student success * Collaborate to apply key concepts to a scenario that includes multiple direct and indirect data points * Reflect on student success indicators your institution might use to build a data-enabled culture and improve decision-making


  • Sherri Braxton Castanzo

    Senior Director for Digital Innovation, Bowdoin College
  • Jennifer Harrison

    Associate Director for Assessment, University of Maryland, Baltimore

Resources & Downloads

  • Defining and Dashboarding Student Success Supplemental Resources

    Updated on 6/15/2024
  • Defining and Dashboarding Student Success Jumpstarting DataDriven Decision Making

    Updated on 6/15/2024