View administrative systems data as a strategic institutional asset.
Data should be managed and treated as a strategic institutional asset. Institutions need to develop analytics strategies based on institutional strategic priorities that can meet compliance and regulatory needs, monitor progress on institutional short-term goals and long-term strategy, and inform institutional decision-making.
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- Use data and analytics to assess progress on digital transformation (Dx) initiatives
- Use analytics to answer important institutional questions
- Give your campus leadership the data they need
- Support analytics initiatives with data integration and governance
|Institutional Analytics in Higher Education
||An examination of institutional analytics and four steps to move forward to increase analytics maturity|
|2018 Trends and Technologies: Analytics
||Report from the 2018 Higher Education’s Top 10 Strategic Technologies and Trends research, covering the 13 trends and 13 technologies included in the analytics domain|
|Digital Capabilities in Higher Education, 2016: Analytics
||An examination of higher education analytics maturity and deployment based on the EDUCAUSE Core Data Service|
|Moving the Red Queen Forward: Maturing Analytics Capabilities in Higher Education
||EDUCAUSE Review article about how colleges and universities can mature their analytics capabilities without working twice as hard|
|Institutions’ Use of Data and Analytics for Student Success (research in partnership with NASPA and AIR)
||Report from three higher education membership associations, the Association for Institutional Research (AIR), NASPA—Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, and EDUCAUSE, which describes a variety of challenges and opportunities regarding institutions’ readiness to expand their use of data across functions|
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