Webinar | Exploring the 2022 Horizon Report | Data and Analytics Edition
This webinar will explore the trends, challenges, and key technology developments identified by a panel of experts in the 2022 Horizon Report | Data and Analytics Edition. Members of the Horizon Report team and panel will highlight contextual trends and challenges and discuss how key technologies can assist higher education data and analytics professionals in meeting upcoming challenges and capitalizing on opportunities. Implications of trends and key technologies will be considered from the perspectives of different institutional roles.
- Learn about the content and methodology of the 2022 Horizon Report | Data and Analytics Edition
- Understand the trends and challenges identified in the report to accelerate or impede data and analytics initiatives in higher education
- Consider the implications of the possible futures related to the trends, technologies, and practices forecasted to impact higher education
Chief Analytics & Insights Officer, Montgomery College
Connie JohnsonChancellor, Colorado Technical University
Olivia Kew-FickusChief Data Officer and Executive Director for Data & Strategic Analytics, Vanderbilt University
Betsy ReinitzDirector, CIO and Senior Technology Leaders Program, EDUCAUSE
Jenay RobertSenior Researcher, EDUCAUSE
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