Adopting next-generation data strategies on your campus

Data strategies can be successfully implemented into the everyday workflow of school district procedures--learn how institutions are already making it work


Data and data strategies are more important than ever–a reality made even more apparent by our current pandemic era.

From basic back-office operations to sophisticated AI instructional techniques, processing student information is essential for everyday district operations, whether in-person, hybrid, or remote.

Join eCampus News and a panel of experts to discuss how data strategies can be successfully implemented into the everyday workflow of school district procedures.

Topics will include: availability & access (ensuring staff has pertinent student data to improve learning outcomes for students), predictive analytics to identify at-risk students, managing data in different places, addressing privacy concerns, and securing data.

Laura Ascione

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