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Enterprise Analytics: Taking Business Intelligence in New Directions
July 27, 2012

Business intelligence (BI) is not new to enterprise IT organizations, which have long provided departments with access to production data to help run their areas. Enterprise analytics, however, t…

EDUCAUSE Analytics Sprint, Day 3 Recap: Analytics for Enterprise Efficiency and Effectiveness
July 26, 2012

  Thursday, the third and final day of the EDUCAUSE Analytics Sprint. Today we heard about enterprise-level activities to support analytics at the University of Washington (UW) and at Arizona…

EDUCAUSE Analytics Sprint, Day 2 Recap: Analytics for Teaching, Learning, and Student Success
July 25, 2012

  The focus of today’s Sprint activities moved from general issues for higher education into the area of teaching and learning, an area that seemed to strike participants as either the most…

EDUCAUSE Analytics Sprint, Day 1 Recap: What Does Analytics Mean for Higher Education?
July 24, 2012

  The EDUCAUSE Analytics Sprint kicked off today, with the theme “What Does Analytics Mean for Higher Education?” A broad question, indeed, reflected in the wide-ranging comments and disc…

The analytics journey is not for the faint of heart
July 23, 2012

We learn much from spectacular success but we learn even more from failure. Such is the case with the use of analytics in both the public and private sectors. Education is no exception. Most edu…

On the Horizon: The Power and Potential of Analytics
July 23, 2012

 “We are at the dawn of an era in which educators have the potential to harness technology to produce a dramatic change in student achievement.  Although visionaries have been promising for y…

Gearing Up for the Analytics Sprint
July 16, 2012

Probably the only person who hasn’t heard people whispering or shouting about analytics is the guy who fell into a vat of liquid nitrogen in 1847 and was just thawed back into sentience. He’s…

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