Triangulating Data to Understand the Student Academic Technology Experience

Thursday, November 01 | 3:15PM–4:00PM MT | Board 108, Poster Area, Exhibit Hall B-E
Session Type: Poster Session
Delivery Format: Poster Session
The systematic and disciplined use of data as a common point of departure among disparate members of the campus community can promote honest and meaningful discussions around important issues in higher education. In this poster, we will share how we have intentionally created an "evidence over anecdotes"–based team culture.

Outcomes: Identify the opportunities and limitations of a single data source * Connect inferences from multiple data sources * Apply data-driven information to higher ed issues at multiple levels

Presenters

  • Martyn Clark

    Data Scientist, University of Maryland
  • Alia Lancaster

    Senior Research Analyst, University of Maryland
  • Megan Masters

    Director, Academic Technology Experience, University of Maryland