October 2, 2017 | Higher Education, Institutional Analytics

    Two of my favorite things, Fall & EDUCAUSE

    It’s October and at HelioCampus, we’re excited about the upcoming EDUCAUSE conference. Why are we so excited? Well, we are thrilled to be involved with two different panels, along with forward thinking leaders in higher education, to discuss institutional & business analytics, structured and unstructured data, and improving the student experience. Come and hear insights from our awesome panel of institutions including UNC General Administration, St. Edward’s University, Ithaca College, UMass Lowell, University of Kentucky and UNLV. If you are planning to attend EDUCAUSE, we hope you’ll swing by one, or both, of our sessions, or come visit us at Booth 1052.  

    Session 1: CIO Perspectives on Charting the Path to Institutional Analytics: Business Problems, Decision Processes, and Lessons Learned

    Whether you are getting started with institutional analytics, looking to extend existing investments, or broadening data visualization and data science services across your institution, a thorough due diligence process is a pre-requisite. Hear from CIOs who recently navigated this path and learn about their decision-making process, results and lessons learned. 

    Date: Wednesday, November 1st
    Time: 3:10 – 4:00pm
    Location: Meeting Room 204B
    Panelists: Steven Hopper, Vice President for Information Technology and CIO, UNC-General Administration, Justin Sloan, VP Institutional Effectiveness & Planning, Chief Data Officer, St. Edward’s University, David Weil, Associate Vice President and CIO, Ithaca College and Michael Cipriano, Associate Vice Chancellor and CIO, UMass Lowell

     Session 2: Analyzing the Full Student Experience: The Powerful Intersection between Curricular, Co-Curricular and Student Life Data

    It is now possible to build a data infrastructure that combines structured (e.g., admissions, enrollment, financial aid) and unstructured (e.g., wi-fi library, LMS logins, mobile, card swipes) data that can provide greater visibility into curricular, co-curricular and student life experiences and outcomes.  Learn how this broader view into key non-traditional metrics across the student lifecycle help inform strategy and action. 

    Date: Thursday, November 2nd
    Time: 1:30 – 2:20pm
    Location: Meeting Room 204A
    Panelists: Justin Sloan, VP Institutional Effectiveness & Planning, Chief Data Officer, St. Edward’s University, Craig Rudick, Ph.D., Executive Director of Institutional Research and Lead Data Scientist, University of Kentucky, Cam Johnson, Manager, Operations Center, UNLV, Matthew Bernacki, Ph.D., Professor, Educational Psychology & Higher Education, UNLV, Rich Seidner, Business Development, Splunk

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