To complete the interview series begun at EDUCAUSE, we are progressively conducting a series of conversations with vendors and practitioners to describe the leading edge of analytics products and practice that affect higher education. This will result in a white paper later this fall. One of the important elements of Action Analytics is that the [...]
Wednesday’s program at EDUCAUSE was initiated by Gary Hamel’s rousing address on “Reinventing Management for a Networked World.” Hamel, well known management guru and professor at the London Business School, laid out a set of principles for Management 2.0 and discussed a set of seven steps enterprises could take to be as nimble as the [...]
analytics leaders who have perspectives on new developments today and in the future.
The Public Forum on Action Analytics and the Action Analytics Community of Practice are now available to higher education institutions and technology vendors worldwide via edu1world.org. Funded by a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities to support the Action Analytics Education Partnership (AAEP), these online communities [...]
The World of Educational Dashboards More sophisticated educational dashboards may contain complimentary operational management and governance functionality as well, aiding in compliance with the No Child Left Behind Act as well as other federal, local, and state mandates—from facilities management to attendance tracking. As education becomes more progressive, the lines between student management and school [...]
Academic Analytics is the term for business intelligence used in an academic setting. There is an increasing distinction made between academic analytics and traditional BI because of the unique type of information that university administrators require for decision making. – Wikipedia Why Academic Analytics By leveraging technology, skills, and process improvements to bring data and [...]