This Week in Higher Ed Innovation: 5 Must-Read Articles

By Brandon Ortiz | March 19, 2017 | Higher Education, Recruiting, Student Success

It’s time for another roundup of the #edtech articles that have been on our reading list recently.

But before that, I quickly wanted to divert your attention to some new content of our own that we think you’ll like. Introducing great resources for our solutions in Student Success and Recruiting. We hope you enjoy them as much as we enjoyed putting them together!

And now back to our regularly scheduled programming:

Ed data1. Mining Data Across the Campus
By: David Raths of @Campus_Tech
How Clemson University uses their rich sources of data to optimize decision-making processes.

Educause review2. Can Making College Completion Paths More Personalize Increase Student Success?
By: Ana Borray of @educause
The short answer to this questions headline: yes! Find out why.

Ed at SxSW3. Wednesday at SXSWedu 2017: NYC’s Equity Bet and Liberal Arts 2.0
By: Roger Riddell of @EducationDive
Education Dive gives us the scoop on what’s going down at SXSWedu.

EdSurge4. Lessons on Transformational Reform From Technology-Mediated Advising
By: Melinda Mechur Karp via @HigherEdSurge
Technology-mediated advising reform. That’s the topic of much current research at Columbia’s Community College Research Center. Here’s what you need to know.

Ed tech magazine5. Let’s Ensure Data Analytic Improves the College Experience for Everyone
By: Dave Doucette via @EdTech_HigherEd
Data analytics is amongst the top education trends for 2017 that could help bring student success for all.

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