How to put next-generation data strategies into practice

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


Data strategies are critical to an institution’s success, and they’re more important than ever–a reality made even more apparent by the pandemic.

Processing student information is essential for everyday campus operations, from basic back-office operations to sophisticated AI instructional techniques, 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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