Leveraging Predictive Analytics in Support of Student Success

Tuesday, September 26 | 1:40PM–2:40PM ET
Session Type: Virtual
Representatives from three institutions will describe their approaches to using predictive analytics models and will share associated ethical considerations and risks in using big data in support of students.

Outcomes:
  • Review different approaches to implementing the use of predictive models in support of student success

  • Develop a more nuanced understanding of what it takes to educate staff, faculty, and administrators about using the insights that predictive models can offer

  • Explore some of the ethical questions that arise from introducing this new technology across campus

Presenters

  • Timothy Renick

    Executive Director, National Institute for Student, Georgia State University
  • Chris Romano

    Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, Ramapo College of New Jersey
  • Rick Sluder

    Vice Provost for Student Success and Dean of University College, Middle Tennessee State University

Resources & Downloads

  • Session Slides 1

    529 KB, pdf - Updated on 9/29/2017
  • Session Slides 2

    1 MB, pdf - Updated on 9/29/2017
  • Session Slides 3

    3 MB, pdf - Updated on 9/29/2017
  • Transcript

    122 KB, doc - Updated on 10/2/2017
  • Recording

    Updated on 7/14/2021