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Creating Statewide Longitudinal Data System Needs Vision, Planning and Patience

Creating Statewide Longitudinal Data System Needs Vision, Planning and Patience

Lisa Feldner, Vice Chancellor for Institutional Research & IT North Dakota University System

Building a successful statewide longitudinal data system is not a quick win or low hanging fruit. Rather, it requires establishing a vision, building relationships and shared governance, having top of the line privacy and security policies,

Data, Information and the "Business" of Student Success

Warren Sandmann, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, William Paterson

Perhaps starting with a quotation from the President in office immediately before the Great Depression is not an especially auspicious beginning, and could lead to interpretations that higher education in the United States.

Stopping the Ping Pong Effect: Improving Service across Campus for Students, Faculty and Staff

Stopping the Ping Pong Effect: Improving Service across Campus for Students, Faculty and Staff

Rhonda Spells-Fentry, VP for Enterprise Technology and CIO, Prince George's Community College

Technology leaders can audit service levels and monitor resource allocation.

Moving from the Transactional LMS to the Transformational LRM

Moving from the Transactional LMS to the Transformational LRM

Paul J. LeBlanc, President, Southern New Hampshire University

All of us, but especially today’s college students, expect technology to be...

Securing Tests and Exams; Need for 360 Degree Security

Securing Tests and Exams; Need for 360 Degree Security

Darrin Theriault, Director of Academic Testing & Prior Learning Assessment Coordinator at Kennesaw State University

One of the positive outcomes of the cheating scandal is the conversations that are starting...

Where is the Augmented Reality Revolution within the Healthcare Industry?

Ivan George, Director, The James And Sylvia Earl Sail Center, Anne Arundel Medical Center

​Many technologies have historically been adapted or repurposed rather than developed specifically for use in the medical arena.

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