A podcast series focused on technology and Higher-Education by Campus Labs.
Managing Change During Uncertainty
In this episode, we’re listening to real talk about change in higher education. What does it look like to drive and manage change in this jarring new reality? What data do we need to steer the ship? And how do we use that data to maintain financial stability and ensure student learning?
Giving Data Definition, Part II – Perspective on Co-Curricular Engagement
Giving Data Definition, Part II – Perspective on Co-Curricular Engagement by Campus Labs
Giving Data Definition, Part I – Perspective on Co-Curricular Engagement
Understanding and assessing student involvement data comes from both quality and quantity of co-curriculars on campus. But there isn’t one standard definition of involvement that works for every campus. Hear Kelli Rainey, Ph.D. and Moira Phippen discuss ways you can better understand what involvement means for you through the unique perspective of cultural resource centers at member campus Kennesaw State.
Make it Count: Putting Your Data into Action
"Closing the loop" might be the most popular phrase in assessment—but are you actually making your assessment cycle count? In this episode we speak with Emily-Rose Barry, a senior product manager at Campus Labs, who helps lend her expertise to the idea of putting your data into action to make your assessment processes as seamless and effective as possible.
Breaking Down Digital Badging & Credentialing
What exactly is a digital badge or credential? In this episode we speak with Chris Husser, Director of Product at Campus Labs, who breaks down the concept of digital credentials and how these elements directly engage learners to better understand their skill achievements and educational journey. We also discuss how campuses can use digital credentials to benefit their own programs and make more out of learning at their institutions.
The Importance of Non-cognitive Data in a Student Success Strategy
Non-cognitive skills are integral to your retention strategy. Annemieke Rice, Vice President of Campus Success and Emily Siegel, Student Success Consultant discuss how a holistic student success strategy doesn’t just consist of demographics and academic scores but also includes insight into the skills and abilities students have that also help them succeed in college.